Kitchen Tips

Add some boiled rice while grinding for Dosa, this will give soft Dosas! If you don’t have any cream to add in the soup or gravy, add a mixture of butter and milk! Keep boiled eggs in cold water for 5 minutes, this will make removal of the shell easier!Store … Read more

8 uses of Honey

1. Make a soothing facial treatment Blend 2 tablespoons of honey with 1/2 cup of ground oatmeal. Add a few teaspoons of water to thin the consistency to preferences. After cleansing your face, apply the mixture evenly. After 30 minutes, remove with a soft, damp washcloth. Admire your glowing skin! … Read more

Iftari & Sehri – Restaurants Offering Iftar & Sehri in Karachi (2008)

Source: KarachiSnob.com HOTELS AVARI TOWERS Fatima Jinnah Road Karachi, Pakistan Tel: (92-21) 566-0100 UAN: 111-282-747 IFTAR BUFFET: Rs. 799 + Tax (Poolside) IFTAR BUFFET: Rs. 950 + Tax (Sky Grill) IFTAR BUFFET: Rs. 899 + Tax (Asia Live) IFTAR BUFFET: Rs. 699 + Tax (Khorshed Mahal for Corporate Groups) Avari … Read more

Hyderabad Colony maintains reputation for culinary delights

The princely state of Hyderabad Deccan could not become a part of Pakistan in 1947 but its Indo-Arabian cuisines have made inroads into the country’s culinary delights. And for that reason the credit goes to the denizens of a locality established opposite the Central Jail. Welcome to Karachi’s little Hyderabad, … Read more

Pakistani Northern Areas Cuisine Restaurant in UK

ONE of Huddersfield’s newest restaurants, Saim’s, is rapidly becoming a local favorite with those who like to eat out. Saim’s of 113 Bradford Road, Huddersfield, owned by Abdul Hafiz, is a haven of modern contemporary styling which includes a full length glass frontage and a mezzanine floor for upstairs dining. … Read more

Culinary efforts: Lucknow hosts Pak food festival

The Prime Ministers of India and Pakistan may have met in Delhi for diplomatic talks to improve bilateral relations, but in Lucknow efforts of another kind are on to improve ties between the two countries. The city is hosting a Pakistani food festival—Zaika-e-Pakistan — and on the platter are Peshawar’s … Read more

Eating Out

Shrine to Seafood They say, “What’s in a name?” but if the name of this new eateries doesn’t alert you to the fact that this is a veritable shrine to seafood, the interior will. The décor is dominated by shades of blue, artfully draped fishing nets, marine life-inspired motifs and … Read more