September Monthly Roundup at Bengali Cuisine

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Wishing you all a very happy festive season. I hope you all had a very nice Durga Puja and Dusshera week. It’s the first day of the month and as you all know this is the monthly round up time.

September had in all 7 posts among which 4 were authentic Bengali recipes. Here’s a summary of activities last month at the blog.

September Monthly Roundup at Cook Like a Bong

4 Authentic Bengali recipes –

  1. Narkel Nadu
  2. Chicken Keema Curry
  3. Luchi
  4. Kasha Mangsho

We also held the Durga Puja Food Festival event and had a number of recipes from many food bloggers all over the world. We’ll soon be publishing the roundup along with the eBook for the Food Festival.

September had a rise in the number of visitors coming to Cook Like a Bong, and the visitor count has this time touched 17,000.

Durga Puja being shifted to September this year we took almost a week break from blogging to celebrate the greatest festival of the Bengalis. There are very few Bengali households where the Durga Puja rituals are carried out at home; Durga Puja is mainly a neighborhood Puja these days with more than 1500 pujas in Kolkata itself. I am proud to say that Durga Puja is carried out at my own home.

Here are some of the snapshots from my family Durga Puja festival.

AlpanaDaabBaron DalaSarba Bhadra Mandal108 PadmaBoli

YajnaPacha Pradip

See the previous roundups here:

August Monthly Roundup

July Monthly Roundup

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