The Blue House in Goa and my mirror image

While we were in Goa this house was calling out for the stories associated with it to be unraveled. I spent about 30 mins around the house and came back with more questions than the pictures. Introducing for the first time in blog my mirror image and its thoughts . Please read the poem and show some love and care

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Eggless rich fruit cake and this magical season

The dry fruits had been soaked in Rum almost a month and half ago. In Kolkata, New Market is the area where one will find most of the baking items . We mention few of those stores here. The baking season continues at home with this egg less rich fruit cake .

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Mexo Italiana food festival at Casa Kitchen Kolkata

Casa Kitchen kolkata has brought to the city a new food festival . Mexo Italiana is equally lucrative for Vegetarian as well as non vegetarian food lovers of the city . A carefully curated menu offers best of the dishes cooked with care and the same reflects in the taste also . Read the review here .

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Sundays and baked chicken with basil and tomatoes

We have two contrasting pattern of Sundays . There are sundays which start on a bright note with excellent breakfast and then a sumptuous lunch with a basic healthy dinner . Then there are sundays which have working breakfast , basic lunch and by the time its evening we realize that we cannot let go the sunday just like that. This baked chicken with basil and tomatoes is just one of those dishes which lifts up the spirit and let us look forward to Mondays .

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Finally winter is here – we start with mince pies

This is a winter tale or rather waiting for winter. A post which I had written couple of months back in anticipation that winter will come in soon, however it delayed. Those few days of winter in Kolkata brings a sparkle to Madhushree’s eyes and Tugga our son and her assistant jumps into action . We start with mince pies and many more to come . We also do a review of the new OTG by Borosil – Prima 19 L

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My Kolkata – Amar Calcutta

I can never be tired of speaking about Kolkata . Someone for whom I have nurtured a crush which finally blossomed into a whirlwind crush . This is how I explain my lady love to Kolkata . Thanks for being in my life and making the otherwise black and white life full of colour .

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Karen Anand – I don’t even know how to roll a Roti

Karen Anand was recently in Kolkata with her now famous farmers market . With so much of achievements, it was always interesting to catch up with her over a cup of coffee and discover more about her . In spite of her busy schedule she managed time for us and we came across a complete unknown face of the gourmet goddess .

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Christmas is knocking on the doors . Well almost

The air starts smelling of cakes and puddings when its Christmas . The build up and preparation starts lot earlier . As Madhushree soaks her dry fruits in rum and we attend the cake mixing ceremony at Stadel – christmas is knocking on the doors – well almost

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Sky Lanterns – our first time with Tugga

Sky Lanterns or Fanoosh is a dying art . There are few interest groups in Kolkata who every year organise to fly the Sky Lanterns . Madhushree and I have never flown a sky lantern and it was a great experience to enjoy the first time with Tugga . As a photographer the could not resist the temptation to post a lot of pictures . Read the story here

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Looking through sunglasses – Can I confess something?

The Farmers’ market by Karen Anand was high on fashion quotient . If there were beautiful food and farm produces on display then there were beautiful people too . As I clicked on the food I also tried to capture some of the trendy sunglasses which were on display . An attempt which could have been more successful , hence the confessions .

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