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Amar Khamar brings Bengal’s indigenous produce from farms to tables
The Kolkata-based enterprise champions natural ingredients of the region with their organic produce store and a unique culinary experience ...
By Barnini Maitra Chakraborty
The Kolkatan is a thinking diner: Chef Auroni Mookerjee
The executive chef of Sienna Cafe writes a culinary love letter to the only city he would like to cook in...
By Auroni Mookerjee
Dhakai Ponir with Tok Dhyarosh to Doodh Cha Crème Brûlée: Storm in a delicious Sienna cup
The Sienna kitchen team celebrated ‘Bangla ranna’ with Vir Sanghvi and other delegates of the Apeejay Kolkata Literary Festival...
By Nayantara Mazumder
Joynagarer Moa is now a cake!
Ma Kali Sweets & Khokoner Moa of Joynagar has sold over 250 moa cakes since Christmas...
By The Plurals News Network
Beyond maachh and kosha mangsho at a vegetarian pop-up with two champions of Bengali food
Rakhi Purnima Dasgupta from Kewpie’s and author Babli Mukerji’s event at Waypoint Café showcased spectrum of flavours in 'Bangali khabar’...
By Saurav Roy
5 YouTube food channels
These channels get into the bylanes of old Dhaka and trek the open fields of Sri Lanka to uncover little-known recipes...
By Saikat Chakraborty in Calcutta
Have you picked up this simple ‘gurer naru’ recipe yet?
Make your own festive sweet in a few simple steps...
Pre-Puja gift of lost treasures for the city with the sweet tooth
Mishti Mela, organised at Kasba, presented ‘Sabeki o Harano Mishti Carnival’ this festive season ...
By Subhadrika Sen
Head to this food festival at EcoHub this Durga Puja!
On offer are a mix of items ‘Bangal’ and ‘Ghoti’...
Sunday Classics: A taste of lost sweets at ‘Sabeki o Harano Misti Carnival’
Enjoy Badam Bilas, Chanar Nadu, Khejurer Pantua and more...
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