Malaika impressed Arbaaz with her cooking skills?
Malaika impressed Arbaaz with her cooking skills?

 Actress-producer Malaika Arora Khan will share some secrets of life in Sunday's episode of "Farah Ki Daawat", including how food paved the way to her husband Arbaaz Khan's heart.

Indians spend over 13 hours each week on cooking: Study
Indians spend over 13 hours each week on cooking: Study

People in India and Ukraine spend just over 13 hours a week cooking, compared to the international average of less than six and a half hours each week, a study revealed on Monday.

TV recipes not healthy: Survey

If you source your recipes from TV, you are likely to weigh about 11 pounds more than if you watch cooking shows for entertainment and do not often cook, finds a study.

Akshay Kumar to return to 'MasterChef India'?
Akshay Kumar to return to 'MasterChef India'?

 If all goes as planned, Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar will reportedly return to the world of reality TV show again after ‘Dare 2 Dance’ with ‘MasterChef India’ season four.

It's no to films, and yes to cooking now: Aditya Bal

Model-actor turned chef Aditya Bal says he would not turn back to his previous career and will instead continue his culinary journey as he loves his current profession.

Cooking linked to heart disease risk

Scientists have found that the more time people spend preparing meals in the kitchen, the greater their risk of heart disease.

Heidi Klum loves to cook with four kids
Heidi Klum loves to cook with four kids


Los Angeles: Actress Heidi Klum says she likes to involve all four of her kids when she prepares meals at home.

Mario Balotelli wants to sign up for cooking classes
Mario Balotelli wants to sign up for cooking classes

Mario Balotelli, who relied on restaurant meals and takeaways everyday when he was playing for Manchester City, has expressed his desire to learn cooking.

Bradley Cooper learns to cook burger for `Adam Jones`?

Hollywood star Bradley Cooper is reportedly learning to cook burger to prepare for his role in the upcoming film `Adam Jones`.

300,000-year-old hearth used for cooking discovered

A team of Israeli scientists have recently discovered in the Qesem Cave, the earliest evidence of unequivocal repeated fire building over a continuous period.

Bopanna derails Qureshi in cook-off

Known for their amazing team work on tennis court, the India-Pakistan Express Rohan Bopanna and Aisam Qureshi were pitted against each other in a different sort of competition that required cooking with spatulas.

Katy Perry `Clueless` about cooking!

Katy Perry can cook up great livewire performances, but the `Clueless` pop star says she can neither cook food nor boil water in the kitchen.

Cooking, travelling in store for Tendulkar?

Cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar is looking at a life of some leisure after his retirement when the batting maestro will spend more time with family and friends and travel to places where cricket is not played.

Fancy dishes complicate, says celebrity chef Mahigan

The most common mistake made by cookery show contestants is that they choose complicated dishes over simple ones to impress the judges, says celebrity chef Gary Mehigan who loves to gorge on south Indian cuisine whenever he is in the country.

10 Easy ways to de-stress

Indulge in simple activities like dance, day dreaming and praying to de-stress.

Fans pay $2,000 to meet Gwyneth Paltrow

Gwyneth Paltrow, who recently released her second cook book, `It`s All Good`, launched an offer on, inviting 60 fans to spend 2,000 dollars to attend her exclusive cooking class in New York, on Tuesday.

Chris Martin is a bad cook

Rocker Chris Martin is no good in the kitchen, says his actress wife Gwyneth Paltrow.

Learning to cook led to evolution of human brain

Learning to cook may have helped the human brain to grow, leading to the development of tools, culture and civilisation, scientists claim.

Eat home-cooked food for longer life!

Tucking into a home-cooked meal can make you live longer, new research says.

Coal, wood burning kills more people than malaria

Burning coal, wood or charcoal for cooking kills two million people worldwide, each year - more than malaria - thanks to severe respiratory diseases this causes through indoor pollution, warns an expert.