Amul took to social media to share a quirky topical for newly appointed Indian-origin Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal. Take a look!
Viral Twitter thread: A Twitter thread asked users to share what's on top of their fridge, and the hilarious post instantaneously went viral.
A hilarious Twitter thread has given English names to popular Indian foods, and the results will leave you in splits.
Celebrity Chef Vikas Khanna shared a video of a cookie box with a hilarious caption and Twitter users found it extremely relatable.
American Chef Rick Bayless cooked up multiple Indian delicacies for his son-in-law's birthday, and Twitter was seriously impressed.
Shah Rukh Khan treated his fans to an 'Ask-Me-Anything' session on Twitter, where he revealed his health secret, his most hated food and more.
Twitter Food's official handle ran an interactive tweet on Twitter about how people prefer to take their coffee, united by the sheer love for it.
Viral: We stumbled upon a Twitter account that takes pride in smashing and scrunching some glorious food creations and posts pictures of foods being gripped hard with the force of hands.
Viral: A Twitter user fondly remembered her grandmother's noodle soup, however, she later got to know it was made from a packet.
Viral: A Twitter user posted a picture of French fries stuffed between two dry pieces of bread and it appalled people so much that a full-blown discussion on strange foods started.