Tease Your Palate

Quelling hunger is an issue of necessity. But when foods make us gravitate just for the experience of savoring them, our impulses rule and rules cease to apply. And our impulses aren’t triggered by the taste alone. What we’ve heard or read about them, the looks, the aroma, the environment and, finally, the taste…. it all adds up to craving for more. Each experience is unique and each relates to the environment where it belongs. So, we taste it first and then crave for more and we long to discover newer culinary magic where we didn’t know it existed.

Bharari food

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Bharari food

We Indians are big foodie and we always opt for some relishes to add that extra flavour in our food, be it pickles or chutney. In Maharashtra, this chutney is one of the favourites among Maharashtrians.

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Malvan food

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Malvan food

Malvan, the coastal region in Konkan is known for its unique way of cooking. Malvani masalas have dried red chilies and other spices like coriander seeds, peppercorns, cumin, cardamom, ginger, garlic, etc.Try Malvani fish and chicken that will leave your taste buds wanting for more

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Ukad food

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Ukad food

This simple recipe is comfort food at its best. Its a rice flour based dish and is good for a light yet filling breakfast. So, next time you get those hunger pangs and desire to try something healthy and new, how about some Ukad?

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Danyachi amti food

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Danyachi amti food

Danyachi amti is a classic dish especially made during the fasting time in Maharashtrian culture. This amti is paired with vari tandul which is small grained rice of sorts. So, try this humble meal for a quick and delicious dinner.

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Vadi Food

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Vadi Food

Ah, the delicious kothimbir vadi is all you need on a cozy, comfy evening. This yummy vadi made of coriander is a fluffy and tasty rendition that comes close to the pakoda family. We urge you to try this dish with some fresh green chutney

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Darjeeling Tea

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Darjeeling Tea

‘Tea tourism’ is the latest concept being popularised in India. The tourists are encouraged to stay in tea garden Bungalows with all amenities during which apart from enjoying serene atmosphere of tea garden they can also see the tea manufacturing process and the unique culture of tea garden. Nature walks, tea plucking session, trekking, rafting and golf is also on offer.

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Mashallah scrumptious bread

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Mashallah scrumptious bread

Mashallah scrumptious bread: Very commonly found in country side of many midlists & central Asia’s country. Very delicious when it match with spicy kabab’s and other dishes.

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Grotta Palazzese

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Grotta Palazzese

Grotta Palazzese, Puglia-Italy We’ve ever been at this restaurant?

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Breakfast

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Breakfast

Chefs believe that a good day begins with a good healthy breakfast.. You are all welcome

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Red Bananas

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Red Bananas

Mto wa Mbu is the entry-port to Lake Manyara National Park, and also conveniently on the way to Ngorongoro Crater and Serengeti National Park, which makes it an ideal rest place for most safari travelers… Also famous for its RED BANANAS

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