When there’s Xmas, there has to be cakes. Not the fancy ones we normally prefer round the year, like ‘a … Continue reading What the Cake!
A long, deep breath of Calcutta air during the winter months, bring with it the smell of freshly baked tea-cakes, … Continue reading Cha & Taa: A Warm Hug in the Winters
Japanese is fast becoming the hottest foreign cuisine in the country, shoving Chinese, Thai and Lebanese into the background. … Continue reading Sushi Somethings-I: The A-B-C of Sushi
The much-famed Ilish (Hilsa, for the uninitiated), holds a special place in the heart of Bangalis worth their ‘Machh-Bhaat‘. Be … Continue reading To Love or not to Love the new-age Ilish:
Eid-ul-Fitr, literally means the Feast or Festival of Breaking the Fast in Arabic. The smell of new clothes, the tinkle … Continue reading A Walk through the Food and Festivities of Eid
The term ‘Molecular Gastronomy’ first entered my vocabulary a few years back, thanks to Masterchef Australia. I watched in awe … Continue reading OMG: Over-Enthusiasm over Molecular Gastronomy
It is often said that Bengalis have more festivals than the number of months. And the grandest of them all … Continue reading Durga Puja Through a Donut