Sunday, January 21

Food

The language of cutlery that you must know.

The language of cutlery that you must know.

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Do you know that cutlery has language of its own? Yes, it’s true that cutlery speaks .It is also a method to give visual signs about the meal served to you and that also without saying anything.Using these signs you can easily convey your message to the person serving you. As it is rightly said that “A picture is worth a thousand words” therefore this pictorial language helps in giving visual signs to the waiter serving you. Let’s begin with the signs of cutlery: Start First of all, if your fork is on the left and knife on the right; this is the starting position for your meal. Pause Pause is to rest your fork and knife making an angle between them or an inverted ‘V’ shape. If you are in group having a conversation and have not finished your meal yet, yo
Ultimate food journey of India that you must try

Ultimate food journey of India that you must try

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Every state in India has different food and different cooking style. Here’s a list of some authentic, must have, local dishes indigenous to the various Indian states. Food journey begins below,enjoy..!! Jammu & Kashmir: Rogan Josh            Img credits: www.ndtv.com The spicy aromatic lamb dish is one of the most Kashmiri dishes you`ll ever come across. You have to try it to experience the taste of soft mutton cooked alongside tangy herbs and spices. Rajasthan: Daal Baati Choorma            Img credits: i.ndtvimg.com The iconic dish of Rajasthani cuisine is not only popular in the state, but all across the country as well. Punjab: Makki di Roti with Sarson ka Saag            Img credits: tripadvisor.com Try the iconic Makki ki Roti and Sarso