While most of us party till wee hours, some of us may like to follow certain good old food traditions in order to welcome the New Year
Meghalaya's inaccessibility has helped preserve many traditional food customs, from rice growing to beekeeping.
Food items and their consumption across the globe carry with them an underlying meaning, wrapped in tradition and culture.This is an attempt at showcasing some of the few well-known food traditions.
Here's exploring some ancient food traditions that form the basis of our culinary lineage and have left a significant mark across cultures.
New Year 2019: A number of New Year's Eve food traditions are based on the idea that these dishes will bring good luck and fortune in the coming year. Here are some foods considered lucky ...
There is a popular food tradition that says that once you are done eating what was offered to you in the container, you should never return back an empty container as a mark of courtesy.
Diwali 2020: As the festival made its transition from being a celebration to becoming a shopping extravaganza, many food traditions have got lost.
America is celebrating its Independence Day today. Fourth of July, is celebrated with some traditional foods and delicacies . Here are some of them. Happy Fourth of July.
Nearly all the Japanese population eats soba (buckwheat noodles) on New Year's Eve. This is one of the superstitions involving new year culinary traditions.
Eating with your hands has more health benefits than eating with spoons. If you haven't given this a thought, we have your back