16th of October is celebrated as ‘World Food Day’. Why not celebrate it everyday? - This year, The World Food Programme was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize. In doing so the hunger parity around the world has been brought into focus, and Hunger has been identified as a human right violation. Read more on how you can minimise your food wastage.
Mushrooms are fungi that we consumer in so many delicious recipes. Know what mushrooms are good to consume and how to identify rotten mushrooms. Follow the link for more information...
Our body automatically internally adjusts to the external changes in the weather. This call's for an adjustment to our diets seasonally to help our bodies accommodate these changes with ease. Read more to find out what you should and shouldn't eat..
Find out what pn, pt, Tbl actually means in your recipe book...
Get an understanding of what the festival of Baisakhi/Vaisakhi is and how it is celebrated. While also getting an insight into the Langars, the community kitchen operated at every Gurudwara, open to all religions and communities.
The latest news on how to source the daily necessary items in India.
List of doable things you can do on your own to keep yourself busy during the 21 day National lockdown.
This article sheds light on another important attribute that might have a natural effect on Coronavirus : TEMPERATURE
There is a lot of anxiety about Coronavirus and how it affects our daily decisions. Cuisine Canvas will be doing a series of articles that help answer and clarify some important questions arising in this difficult time.
Eyes, we use them all day everyday. It's important to know what food items are good for our eyes so that we are better informed to take care of them.