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Ishita B Saha (IshitaUnblogged)
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Author of @IshitaUnblogged and Editor & Co-Founder of @FoodeMagdxb
Author of @IshitaUnblogged and Editor & Co-Founder of @FoodeMagdxb

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When you finally move out of Dubai… which restaurant would you like to visit for one last time? #wheretoeatindubai #mydubai

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In June 2018, it was formally announced that #Krakow was the first recipient of the title – European Capital of Gastronomic Culture for 2019, bestowed by the European Gastronomic Academy. And oh boy, what a foodie paradise it is!

#culinarytravel #poland
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A week long culinary trip and a lifetime of memories in #Poland! The country is waiting to be discovered - one historic place at a time, one popular dish at a time. Enjoy the video... and you don't want to miss the last part where +CoffeeCakesAndRunning by Debbie Rogers and I are singing in the rain!
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Ostrich Egg - Crack it, Cook it, Eat it! An unique culinary experiences in recent times is when our close friends invited us home for an 'Ostrich Eggstravaganza'! #unusualeats
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Kalyan, learnt a lot going through the post. It's amazing that some dishes that we hated as a child have now become so desirable - eye buro boyeshe! For me, that would be shukto and korola. Til Rui, never heard that. However, since posto is banned here, we have resorted to using white sesame paste as a substitute to post. It works! Also, about the Tok daal... did you know Subir and his family who are 'paar bangal' as they would say... have it at the end of a meal, with rice. It is quite a tradition from the place in Bangladesh that they hail from. I am very interested in reading about your Assam trip.
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A complete guide to Bengali cuisine... from shukto to chutney and mishti. There are so many layers to the cuisine, so many regional variations and if we probe into the evolution of the cuisine, it will also reflect the history of Bengal. #traditional #bengali #food

https://ishitaunblogged.com/2012/06/30/authentic-bengali-cuisine-in-slight-details/
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ভ নববর্ষ… Shubho Noboborsho! Also wishing others who are celebrating their new year too… Vaishakhi in Punjab and North India, Vishu in Kerala, Puthandu in Tamil Nadu, Bihu in Assam and more. And what better day than today to share a special podcast made on Bengali food by the sister duo +Arva Ahmed and Farida from +FryingPanAdventures? #bengalifood

https://ishitaunblogged.com/2018/04/14/shubho-noboborsho-and-a-traditional-bengali-menu-for-frying-pan-diaries-podcast/
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Kavtaradzes’ Khinkali in Pasanauri | Our best food memories in #Georgia until now! Hot, steaming #Khinkali anyone?
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A-Z of Bengali Fish, inspired by a month long stay of in-laws and eating fish for breakfast (almost), lunch and dinner! Also the various type of fish preparations that are best suitable for each fish. #traditional #bengali #fish
A-Z of Bengali Fish
A-Z of Bengali Fish
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