Enlisting all of my zero-waste, plastic-free achievements. How did yours go?
A quick-and-easy, one pot recipe for the sumptuous, classic lamb and rice pilaf from Azerbaijan.
Wondering about some off-beat places to see in 2019? Visit Rotterdam, Europe's coolest port town! Know where to go, what to see, eat and do that will leave a mark in your mind and tummy!
Here is a fast and easy way to make Kulcha - the best ever accompaniment to any Indian gravy or curry dish.
I have been hit by the flu virus (thanks little human!) and so the onus of dinner-making has fallen fair and squarely on the husband. While he is very hands-on with the kid and most of the household chores in spite of being a pro-level procrastinator, cooking is something he avoids most days! It isn’t... Continue Reading →
If you are a Bengali, or if you know one, you’ll realise all I can think of right now is Durga Puja – and here’s why
Knowing we would be spending only a day in York meant we had to hit the ground running.
One of these weekends, pack your bag and plan a short trip to the mesmerising Dales of Yorkshire!
Oh my God! Is it September already? To realise I haven’t posted a single blog in a month and I have been cooking so many stories in my mind! That’s some admission of how much of a procrastinator I am; or how busy the last month has been. Not to mention, it has been a... Continue Reading →
Florence is not just the heart of Renaissance and the beautiful Tuscany - it also offers something brilliant at every turn- be it in art, shopping or food.
A Sunday lunch or, for that matter, any celebratory lunch for a Bengali is never complete without mishti doi - the creamy, sweet and slightly tangy, heavenly dessert - incomparable in the kind of foodgasm it brings about. While it is so coveted and loved, seldom is it prepared at home; more so, because it... Continue Reading →