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Hot (for) Dog!

It’s one of the world’s most famous and beloved fast foods. Most commonly served with ketchup and mustard and sometimes with onions and mayonnaise, this sausage in a bun is known in almost every part of the world today. The methods of cooking it vary from extremely simple recipes (like […]

Break The Habit…Have Some Rabbit

It’s Rabbit Season in Licious! We have just added the succulent and juicy Rabbit Curry Cut to our range of meat. If you are a novice to the world of rabbit meat and need a reason to try it, we are going to give you FIFTEEN! 1: Rabbits, especially the […]

Will You Marinade Me?

It’s a great marriage of fabulous flavours and succulent meat. Nothing infuses wonderful and magical flavours to a piece of meat like a marinade. It results in an exciting explosion of flavours in your mouth, floods your bloodstream with endorphins and takes you to a state of sensory overload. The […]

The Picnic Papers

Ahh, the weekend is here. It’s a beautiful time to head out, soak up the sun, grab your friends along and have some fun. If you are like most Indians, chances are that you’ve been on at least a few picnics in your life. And if you haven’t, why not? […]

A Biryani Blurb

If there is one dish that is unites foodies from all corners of India, it is the Biryani. No Indian thumb has ever faced down when questioned about Biryani. It’s as ubiquitous over the country as the Indian Flag. More interestingly, different regions of the country have a different type […]

Quack for the Attack

The Delectable Duck has recently made a triumphant return to our catalogue. It’s one of the tastiest, healthiest and most versatile meats out there. If you are unfamiliar with it, you might wonder, why the duck should I eat it? Well, aside from the fact that it oozes a large […]

Wicked Sensations: Malevolent Marvels

What, exactly, is so wicked about mixing hard-boiled egg yolk with mayonnaise and mustard? We would understand if they were so hot and spicy that they evoked the fires of hell, but most of the Deviled eggs can hardly be classified as having more than a mild kick. Was the […]

Food Seasoning: A Peppery Tale

Yesterday, we took a look at the history and origins of salt, and today, as promised, is pepper’s turn. Unlike salt, which can be found or made practically anywhere in the world, black pepper is indigenous only to the great and spicy state of Kerala,. References to pepper appear in […]