by Anindya | Dec 29, 2015 | Food, Foodblog |
We have two contrasting pattern of Sundays . There are sundays which start on a bright note with excellent breakfast and then a sumptuous lunch with a basic healthy dinner . Then there are sundays which have working breakfast , basic lunch and by the time its evening we realize that we cannot let go the sunday just like that. This baked chicken with basil and tomatoes is just one of those dishes which lifts up the spirit and let us look forward to Mondays .
by Anindya | Oct 15, 2014 | Food, Foodblog |
Revisiting Tero Parbon – The Bengali theme restaurant at Gariahat kolkata and the experience and review thereafter
by Anindya | Nov 16, 2019 | Food, Foodblog, Uncategorized | The Kerala egg roast song and how it all started The origin of this post is when we got inspired from our friend Tanushree. She shared a picture of Kerala egg roast in our facebook post of Dim Kosha (Recipe). The recipe was simple, easy to make and looked similiar to...
by Madhushree Basu Roy | Jul 16, 2019 | Food, Foodblog | It was one evening that I got this call from Debjani (she blogs at KitchenofDebjani ) and I could sense the excitement in her voice. Someone had approached her if we were willing to collaborate for a Bengali food festival. Last December, Debjani and I had conducted a...
by Anindya | Apr 10, 2015 | Food, Foodblog |
Identifying 10 best sweet shops in Kolkata is like searching needle in a hay stack . From the neighborhood to the century old legends each one is a star in itself . In the first part of this effort we try to explore some new and and some century old sweet shops in kolkata . Let us know which are your favourites