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The Godfather Burger With 12 Layers of Meat and Cheese is Trending in Mumbai

When even before giving out the contents of the dish, your menu cautions you that ‘This is Big’, you know you aren’t in for regular fare. The Godfather Burger at Howra in Lower Parel in Mumbai is anything but the norm. Made with three meat patties, caramelized onions, three layers of cheese, three layers of crumb fried onion rings and three types of sauces, this 12-layered wonder is 7-inches tall and is a feast on its own. Enormously greasy and gigantically wholesome, The Godfather Burger, that is available with both lamb or chicken patties, is the stuff right…

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How to Cook and Peel Hard-Boiled Eggs Perfectly Every Time

Making hard-boiled eggs is an essential cooking skill — a task that is seemingly easy but always comes up just short of perfect. Make the process easier use this headache-free method for the easiest hard-boiled eggs. Step 1: Place the eggs in a pot, cover with cold water, and place the pot on the stove. It is best to use eggs that are just past the point of fresh, though not expired or bad. The outer membrane in fresh eggs tends to cling to the shell more than older eggs, making the peeling…

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Indian assistant prof and solar energy expert selected as ‘young scientist’ to address BRICS meeting in China

Hyderabad An assistant professor of a city-based University of Hyderabad (UoH) has been selected as young scientist to participate in the second BRICS meeting, scheduled from July 11-15, at Hangzhou in China. Murali Banavoth, who recently joined as an assistant professor at School of Chemistry in UoH, will be addressing on the theme titled Solar Energy in the BRICS meeting, a release from the University said today. After obtaining his Ph D, from the Indian Institute of Science, Banavoth moved to King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) as post-doctoral…

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3 Simple Ways To Reduce Stress And Anxiety

1. Take a trip into nature People with regular access to nature have a lower risk of stress or depression, according to research from the University of Exeter. If you’re in the 14% of people in England that don’t have access to woodlands within 500m of home take a lunchtime walk or run in nature. If you don’t have time, look at inspiring images of the great outdoors on your screen: research from the University of Minnesota found this stimulates parts of the brain associated with happiness and positivity. 2….

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Why You Shouldn’t Stand and Drink Water, According to Ayurveda

More than two thirds of the weight of the human body is made up of water. It is essential to keep the body hydrated, and enable waste to move out of the body and improve blood circulation . It maintains spinal and cognitive health. Every day, our body loses significant amount of water. Water must be consumed in such a manner that our body is able to absorb every ounce of it. By chugging water down, we disallow our body to absorb the maximum benefits required for replenishing the system. The way one drinks water…

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5 Smart Kitchen Appliances: From Wifi Enabled Oven to Coffee Maker and More

The clickety-clack of life plunge people into a state where you become complete ignorant about a healthydiet. You always end up ordering oily junk foodbecause by the end of the day you are too tired to cook. That moment when you are stuck in traffic, you only dream of a miracle that can keep your meal ready when you reach home. Well, that miracle is now possible. The never ending advancement in technology is making all our dreams come true. Here are the five high tech kitchen appliances that make cooking a cake…

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