We wish you a great year ahead. Shubho Naba Barsho. Here are the Top 10 items you should eat on Poila Boisakh. Breakfast (Jal Khabar) Luchi Chholar Dal or Alu Dom Jilipi Lunch (Dupurer Khabar) Shukto and Fulkopir Tarkari (or its twist) Bhaja Rui Kalia or Parshe Machher Jhol or Tel Koi Mishti Doi and Rasogolla…
Bengali Food Bloggers Interview – Kalyan Karmakar
Think about a man who loves to eat, loves to write what he eats, loves to travel to eat – and there’s Kalyan Karmakar for you. A man who loves food. And here’s a little insight to the man behind the famous blog – Finely Chopped
Remembering 2010 – A Year Gone Past Well
Wish you all a very Happy New Year! Here’s another new year and new hopes in mind. But, before we usher in the new year with new posts and recipes in our blog, its time for a little backward journey to the year gone past.
Blogger Interview Series Part 5 – Sharmistha
After the interviews of four wonderful Bengali food bloggers, today we bring to you the fifth post in the Blogger Interview Series. Today’s guest is Sharmila, the lady behind the well known Bengali food blog – Cook-a-doodle.
Get to know more about her in this interview. First time ever Sharmistha discloses about the first dish she prepares, why she named her blog Cook-a-doodle-do and many more questions.
Blogger Interview Series Part 4 – Sharmila
Fourth in the Bengali Food Blogger Interview series is well known blogger, Sharmila from KichuKhon. She started blogging regularly since mid 2008 and is now a well known face in Bengali food blogging arena.
Inspired by the wonderful food blogs, Sharmila started blogging about food. Thereafter, requests from her ardent fans and followers obliged her to post more recipes.
Today, in this post read about Sharmila and many other hidden facts about the lady behind Kichukhon.
Bengali Food Bloggers Interview Part 3 – Indrani
The third Food Blogger in Bengali Food Bloggers Interview Series is Indrani. Indrani, a mom of three young kids started blogging about 2 years back.
Appayan, Indrani’s blog features mainly Bengali recipes, but other regional Indian as well as Western recipes are not left behind unattended.
We at CLB are here to bring an insight to the lady behind this wonderful blog, Appayan.
Bengali Food Bloggers Interview Part 2 – Bong Mom
You search for a recipe, and land up in a wonderful blog with just the spot on content you were searching for. And you wish you knew more about the author.
About the person who spent so much time to prepare the dish, undertook several hassles made to make it look, smell and taste perfect. Well, you need to wait no more.
CLB is here with the Food Blogger Interview Series to bring the personal side of your fav food bloggers. Part 1 was Jayashree and Part 2 is Bong Mom – a Bong by birth, a mom of two and a wonderful cook. Read more to know her secrets.
How do people find this blog: 5 keyword goof ups
Which Beatles record started as egg and bacon? If you search for this in Google, which website would you land in? Beatles official site, some record store or a music review website may be possible options. But surely not a site on Bengali food?
But this site had received such visitors. And several more thanks to keywords like – mishti doi food poisoning, how to color diya crafts etc.
Read on for a funny treatise on keyword traffic.
How much do you know about your favourite food bloggers? Do you know how he/she started cooking? Or, his/her first dish? Or, his/her fav kitchen companion? I doubt you know all the answers. Thats because there aren’t too many sites that bring out the ‘persona’ behind the blogs.
Well, not anymore. Starting today, you would get to know the personal side of several food bloggers.
Today, we feature Jayashree Mandal of Spice and Curry (from the Top 7 Bengali Food Blog list we came up with 6 months back).
As they say in Bangalore, Enjoy Madi.
Top 7 Bengali Food Blogs
Here’s a list of Top 7 Bengali Food Blogs. The list includes:
1. Bangali Meye of A Bengali Girl in US
2. Jayashree Mandal of Spice and Curry
3. Sandeepa of Bong Mom’s CookBook
4. Sharmila of Kichu Khon
5. Indrani of Appyayan
6. Sharmishtha of Cook a Doodle Do
7. Angshuman Das of Cooking in Calcutta
The list doesn’t include Sutapa Ray’s Bengali Recipes on the Web (most popular websites for bengali recipes) and Cook Like a Bong.