The Road Less Travelled on Dubai Eye 103.8FM | 16th December 2014
Joining the travel team – Mark Lloyd of The Travel Show in Dubai Eye 103.8 FM, as I talk about Filipino food and Thai food and where it’s available in Dubai. Here’s the podcasts…
The Road Less Travelled on Dubai Eye 103.8FM | 11 th November 2014
Joining the travel team – Lucy Taylor and Mark Lloyd of The Travel Show in Dubai Eye 103.8 FM, as I talk about Thai food and contemporary Indian food and where it’s available in Dubai. Here’s the podcast…
The Road Less Travelled on Dubai Eye 103.8FM | 16th September 2014
Joining the travel team – Lucy Taylor and Mark Lloyd of The Travel Show in Dubai Eye 103.8 FM, as I talk about my passion for travel and the cuisines of Kolkata and Sri Lanka. Here’s the podcast…
Finalist in the *Best Blogger* category, BBC GoodFood Middle East Awards 2014
Ahlan Gourmet | Decmeber 2014
‘In the food world, Ishita B Saha is one of Dubai’s food blogging elite’… describes Ahlan! Gourmet. Oh, what an ego uplifter! More on Rasgulla in my blog – the history, the recipe and how I made Rasgulla on Dubai One TV, and a very popular post of mine – a fusion recipe – Rasgulla Macapuno!
SIAL Middle East supplement | November 2014
BBC GoodFood ME – Food Safari of Bengal | October 2014
My journey from childhood until now, a food safari of Bengal and recipes of Mustard Fish and Mishti Doi in the 7th Anniversary bumper issue of BBC GoodFood ME. Read more…
Ahlan Gourmet | February 2013
BBC GoodFood ME ‘Meet the Blogger’ | August 2012
Featured in the section ‘Meet the Blogger’ of BBC GoodFood Middle East. A few posts down the line, a few good blogger friends made down the way, a few inspiring bloggers to look up to, a few ups and downs and some moments of real high! Read more…
On TV and other online channels
Zee Connect episode of Zee TV ME | June, 2014
I created a contemporary menu with all the nuances of traditional Bengali cuisine for the ‘Cook The Books’ in BookMunch, an unique monthly event where the host Chef talked about his/her cookbook or some recipes from their favourite cookbooks, followed by a dinner where the menu had been created by the host Chef. Read more…
Ramadan Special video for Dima Sharif | July 2014
Dima Sharif has created a video in which I have opened up my Bengali kitchen and lay my soul bare with the dilemmas of expat living. Read more…
UAE National Day Special for My Dubai My City | 2nd December, 2012
Dubai One & Noor Dubai | August, 2012
Showcasing the most famous of Bengali Sweets – the Rôshogolla or Rasgulla on local TV channels – Noor Dubai TV and Dubai One as a part of Ramadan special episodes. If this doesn’t reflect the multi-cultural aspect of Dubai, what else will? Read more…
On the web
‘Middle Eastern Food Blogs To Check Out’ in Fine Dining Lovers | March 30, 2013
Featured in Fine Dining Lovers as one of the Middle Eastern Food Blogs To Check Out as part of the Best of the Blogs series. ‘These blogs are colorful, informative and give you a sense of the mosaic of influences that give birth to the cuisine of the region.’ It writes – ‘Writer, photographer and mother of two, Ishita travels with with family in tow. Her blog presents culinary adventures from Dubai, Kolkata and beyond’. Clearly from street-food to fine-dining – I’m eating well!
Beram & Tajine E-Magazine | 3rd December, 2012
The December edition of Beram & Tajine E-Magazine, the first Egyptian/Moroccan e-magazine in the Middle East, features my traditional Bengali sweet recipes. Assia from Assia Kitchen (Moments Culinaires) presents this beautiful ‘International’ issue.
Expats Blog Awards | 3rd December, 2012
Interview in Expats Blog – From Kolkata to Dubai – Expat Interview With Ishita. Some of the comments left by the readers have made me go into an emotional topsy-turvy.
Expat Echo | 15th October, 2012
Interview in Expat Echo Dubai – Dubai expat Interview – Ishita Saha
Theme Showcase Blog in Inuit theme in WordPress | July, 2012
Chosen by WordPress as a Showcase blog for it’s Inuit theme since July, 2012. This means that yes, I’ve been able to turn the theme upside down, used the features provided in the theme to make my blog look the way it looks and yes, have WordPress declare the blog as one of the ‘Awesome blogs using Inuit Types’. Of-course, this does bring in a few extra traffic – never mind if the user was looking for a sports blog or a technical blog and ended up in my Culinary Travel blog!
Featured elsewhere in the blogging community
- Pankaj Adhikari catches me talking about my penchant for food, culture and my gastronomical journey in The Indian Diaspora.
- Featured in Dima Sharif’s Ramadan special series of blog posts, where I talk about Bengali cuisine and the dilemmas of expat living. July 2014. Read more…
- An interview that I took of Master Chef Sanjeev Kapoor is published in his personal website. January 2013
- Ultimately my blog is certified ‘Certified Yummly’! October 2012
- Featured in FoodieBlogroll’s Featured Blogs, 22nd June, 2012. Read more…
- Nominated for Food Stories’ Excellence in Storytelling Award, May, 2012. Read more…
- Nominated for Food Stories’ Excellence in Storytelling Award, July, 2012. Read more…