I’ve always been afraid of baking breads, because my past experience(s) with it haven’t been so great. But now with the lockdown and only the commercial bread being available in the market and no sight of artisanal breads and delicious stuff like croissants and foccacias that I love, I finally gave in and made some. … Continue reading Bread Without Yeast Recipe: No Yeast Foccacia
Lockdown Diaries: What Has The Pandemic Taught Us?
“It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness, it was the epoch of belief, it was the epoch of incredulity, it was the season of light, it was the season of darkness, it was the spring of hope, it … Continue reading Lockdown Diaries: What Has The Pandemic Taught Us?
Recipe: Al Yakhni aka Bottle Gourd In Spiced Curd
Bottle gourd or lauki/doodhi is a vegetable I just cannot fathom eating. It is like the sworn mortal enemy I have when it comes to vegetables. So, imagine my luck when a few days back the only vegetable that I could find in the refrigerator was that. It was time to get creative and messages … Continue reading Recipe: Al Yakhni aka Bottle Gourd In Spiced Curd
Can I Cook? Maybe!
I am decent cook and took to cooking very naturally, thanks to my parents - both of whom are excellent cooks. But I had always wondered how a person who has never been too inclined to step into the kitchen would react to a situation where he/she has to cook a meal. So when Rushina … Continue reading Can I Cook? Maybe!
Kolkata’s Park Street: A Winter Story
Kolkata, the grand city of emotions, cultures and romance, has always been a forerunner of sorts in following and upholding British cultures. The old capital of British India boasts of a number of antique churches, cemeteries and Anglo Indian strongholds. The Armenian Church, St.Paul's Cathedral and the South Park Street Cemetery are noteworthy tourist attractions, … Continue reading Kolkata’s Park Street: A Winter Story