Archive for May, 2016

Burnt Sugar Cake

Burnt Sugar Cake

There is something to be said about burnt sugar cakes. They remind you of an English Grandma from the country or the church. The thing is that this genre is losing its remembrance because you simply cannot bake a burnt sugar cake out of a packet. You just have to have to make the burnt […]

Making Memories and Food With Abhinanda Bhattacharya

Making Memories and Food With Abhinanda Bhattacharya

Red Polka covered pepper corns and some anecdotal receipes on the occasion of mothers day 2016. Beautiful memories and eclectic receipes were both well appreciated. In Bengali, the mother’s mother is called “dida”, another word for ‘naani’. My dida was a pretty lady, and I never saw her out of her white soft cotton saree […]