Cheers with Grilled Orange Cocktail for The Battle of the Oranges

Do you know the stories behind the Battle of the Oranges? As per the legend, this festival was started because of the anger of oppressed ones against the ruling class. History says, “he” was someone from the Royal family who was exercising his right to have fun with a commoner. Well, this commoner called “Violetta”... Continue Reading →

Cheers with Valentine’s Day Cocktails

A good date's first impression is as essential as a refreshing cocktail, oozing with love. Whether it is a sit-down dinner date at restaurant, a movie at home, party at bar or more creative ventures, certainly a stimulating cocktail makes the time most memorable. The classic and all-time great cocktails opens way to perfect blend... Continue Reading →

Food and Drink at Bestival

From September 4th to 7th, 2014, enjoy the Bestival at Robin Hill Country Park, near Newport on the wonderful Isle of Wight. The occasion will be accompanied by lotto music from 11 am to 5 am. This  award winning, 4 day boutique, music festival will include pioneering music events and releases of records from Rob... Continue Reading →

Enjoy Germany’s Stuttgart Wine Fest

Stuttgart Wine Village, 2014 (Germany) welcomes you with more than 500 exotic wines from Baden and Wurttemberg. The beautifully decked-up 125 wine arbours will certainly drive you crazy. Not only this, the masterchefs from Stuttgart show their cookery skills through best of Swabian food like Kasespatzle, Maultaschen, Schupfnudeln etc. Kasespatzle is noodle plus cheese blend.... Continue Reading →

Chill with 6 Grills

Here are some unique food which you never thought could be grilled. 1. Cake- This even surprised me when i first heard of it from a friend of mine. Grilling cake may sound odd but it gives a toasty texture. Pound cake orpolenta cakeare the best options. Enjoy the warm cake with your favorite ice-cream or maple syrup. 2. Eggs - We boil eggs, fry them,... Continue Reading →

St. Patrick’s Day Drinks

St. Patrick’s Day is celebrated annually on March 17, across the world especially in Ireland, Newfoundland and Labrador and Montserrat. It is marked as public holiday around the world especially in Britain, Canada, the United States, Argentina, Australia and New Zealand. It is a religious feast day for the patron saint of Ireland. The international... Continue Reading →

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