Durga puja has already started. As Bengal gets decked up with all the pandals and the puja shopping almost come to an end, I on the other hand, living thousands of miles away is waiting for this weekend to arrive. The Durga puja in the US is held during weekends just for the convenience of the attendees.
With Memorial Day passed by, summer has set in. The Texas sun has started taking its toll, and it has become almost impossible to go out in the afternoon. With the heat rising and the dry weather, the best thing to keep yourself cool is to have loads of fruits.
Its the beginning of a new year. Subho Nabobarsho 1419. Hope you had a great year and hope this new year bring more joy to you. Here’s a collection of recipes from our kitchen for the new year celebration
Leave the cliche red roses and chocolates this year, gift your Valentine something more unique, a candle light dinner with mutton rogan josh and warm white rice. Have a great Valentine’s Day.
Durga Puja Timings
Eid special recipe, starting with a yum guest post from Sohini Biswas
Second in the series of Poila Baisakh special recipe, here’s pumpkin flower fritters
The Poila Baisakh special series, starting with Tel koi
Happy Holi to all of you, here are some of the authentic recipes for Holi
Lets celebrate Holi with this colorful paneer preparation
Make this Valentine’s Day a special treat for your Valentine. Prepare a easy to make apple crumble and make him fall in love again.
Its the time of the year which every sweet loving Bengali looks up to. Dive into the sin of pleasing your sweet tooth with these easy to make bhapa pithe – sweet steamed dumplings.
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.
Wishing You a Merry Christmas in advance. Enjoy this Winter festival with some wonderful tarts filled with meringue and decorated with red cherries.
As we bid good bye to Goddess Durga its time to welcome Lakshmi, the goddess of wealth to our homes. Enjoy the day with the very authentic Bengali murki and mowa.