Red Bananas!!!

Red bananas are a subgroup of bananas from Southeast Asia with red skin. They should have a deep red or maroon rind when ripe, and are best eaten when unbruised and slightly soft. They are soft and have a sweet flavor when ripe. They are softer and sweeter than the yellow banana varieties, some with…

Sprout of Asian Palm!!!

Palmyra sprout is called as sprouts of Asian palm in English. The season starts at November. It is a seasonal and also forgotten traditional snack in India. It is Organic Food by default. They are very popular in Andhra Pradesh. It is neither a fruit nor a root. Usually each palm fruit will have three…

Dual colour Chai!!!

For all the tea lovers out there, here is one uniquely presented tea you will ever find, that is near Kaladka, a small town near Mangalore. A small restaurant called ‘Laxmi’ which is near the main road with rustic seatings which serves breakfast and evening snacks. The tea is one of their hottest selling and…

Dry Seafood!!!

Dried fish has been widely appreciated as a sophisticated food here in the coastal regions of Karnataka which has dried, cured fish and shrimps as one of the delicacy. Usually water is removed by air drying, sun drying, smoking and salting which is practiced to preserve food. Dried fish has a storage life of several…

Home made wine!!!

Recipe for home made wine Crush and make juice out of it. Put it in a jar Add a good amount of sugar depends on how sweet the juice is. The sweeter it is the more better the quality and the taste of the wine will get. It also depends on how sweet you want…

Sprouted Coconuts!!!

They are the edible spherical sponge-like white flesh of germinating coconuts. They have a crunchy watery texture with a slight sweetness. They are not commercially produced. These can be found inside mature coconut fruits. They can range from marble-sized to completely filling the cavity inside. They are preferably eaten while small and fresh, as older…

Groundberries!!!

The Cape gooseberry is native to America, but is common in many subtropical areas. Its use in South Africa near the Cape of Good Hope inspired its common name. They are widely cultivated in India as well, where it is known as Tipari or Rashbari in Hindi. Its a genus of flowering plants in the…