Food  /  Published 16.09.22

Never too ‘maachh’: Lessons in Bengali cooking at a potluck celebrating small fry

“As Bengalis we often tend to get comfortable in our spaces and be content within ourselves. But if we have to grow to be something world class, we cannot do that,” he added. Having chef Z...
By Rumela Basu

Food  /  Published 14.09.22

In pictures: A fishy feast from Bengal’s kitchens

At the Choto Maach Potluck with Sienna Cafe and The Locavore there was ‘maachh’ to celebrate from the region’s culinary techniques...
By Rumela Basu

Events  /  Published 02.09.22

Potluck and pop-ups coming up with three top chefs in Kolkata

Pooja Dhingra will pop into Kolkata (September 3-4) for a Le 15 Patisserie pop-up at a city cafe in Deshapriya Park. The bubbly chef, who is credited with bringing macarons [not macaroons] to Mumbai a...
By Karo Christine Kumar

Entertainment  /  Published 14.09.21

Cyrus Sahukar on ‘Potluck’

So did you get better at cooking while staying alone? Can you organise a potluck of your own, so to speak? I was alone at home for six months. I learnt six dishes very well and cooked them over and o...
By Priyanka Roy 

Food  /  Published 20.04.19

Adda is the secret ingredient at a Bengali potluck

It is “a truth universally acknowledged” that the most invigorating and splendid conversations take place while we have a plateful of food in front of us. Food and conversations have always gone h...
By Anjan Chatterjee


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