The tale of Awadh and Mughals is as old as history itself. The ascendancy of Mughlai cuisine over the region of Awadh was inevitable during the mughal rule. The flair of Awadhi cuisine despite of having striking similarities with Central Asian and Middle Eastern cooking patterns is indigenous to India today. Amidst all the brands … More From Awadh with love
The fried or ice pan ice cream made its way to India quite a while ago. This skillful mixing and rolling of milk or cream with desired fillings over a chilled teppan, a favorite of East Asia has wooed the Indian ice cream lovers victoriously! Branding this style to kolkata is FROLLZ or more conveniently ‘Fried … More FRIED AND ROLLED OVER!
Breakfast, according to many is the most relevant meal of the day. While few tend to avoid it, others break the fast religiously and with style.Breakfast is essentially not a meal as celebrated as an evening snack in Kolkata. This might be due a scarcity of classic breakfast options offered by the city. To quench … More BREAKING THE FAST WITH ELEGANCE: EDESIA
Whipped cream isn’t whipped cream until it’s been whipped by whips, just as poached egg isn’t a poached egg unless it’s been stolen from the woods in the middle of the night. ~ Willy Wonka Egg forms a major part of everyday nutrition, we generally consume it as a savory than a dessert. But … More WHITE CHOCOLATE TERRINE ON A BED OF EGG HALWA
Durgotsav today, goes far beyond just a religion. It’s not only one of the biggest festivals celebrated by the Hindus all over India but one of the largest outdoor art festivals on earth. Durga puja today is not entitled or confined to a particular religion. Kolkata in particular hosts the grandest of Durga pujas in the … More Moha pujor Moha Bhoj at THE OBEROI GRAND.