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IshitaUnblogged is a Culinary Travel Blog featuring Dubai, Kolkata & the world beyond. Described as one of the ‘Middle Eastern Food Blogs To Check Out’ in Fine Dining Lovers, the blog pens down ‘experiences’ and is popular with a huge readership. Active on social media and reaching out to an engaged audience of over 40K+, you will find Ishita on Twitter/Facebook/Instagram/Pinterest as @IshitaUnblogged.

Baan Ma-Yhing Restaurant In The Fishermen’s Village | Recipe of Thai Red Curry As We Cook ‘fresh catch’ Baramundi!

A few days spent in South Thailand and I feel that I’ve spent my entire lifetime there. That is how inspiring travelling can be. It can change moments, perspectives, individuals and lives. Co-living in the ecosystem and incorporating that in daily lives – that’s what the farmers or the fishermen of this island has done. They have embraced the environment they live in. And … Read More Baan Ma-Yhing Restaurant In The Fishermen’s Village | Recipe of Thai Red Curry As We Cook ‘fresh catch’ Baramundi!

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Ruen Mai Restaurant In Krabi | A Tantalising First Experience Of Thai Food in Thailand

We landed in Bangkok in the early morning and were immediately whisked 700 kms away to Krabi, a province on the west coast of southern Thailand. I am part of the Dubai team which, along with two other teams coming from London and Frankfurt, will soon descend upon loudly on this relatively quiet and less touristy province. Apart from me and my fellow Fooderati … Read More Ruen Mai Restaurant In Krabi | A Tantalising First Experience Of Thai Food in Thailand

Rasgulla Macapuno On TV & Shubho Bijoya to all

Rasgullas are made from balls of Chhana/Paneer/Indian Cottage Cheese or Ricotta Cheese and Suji/Semolina dough. Then these soft and spongy balls are cooked in a sugar syrup. The quality of the channa is vital in making of soft rasgullas, as I realised while making rasgullas at home. A few months ago my Rasgullas or Roshogollas was aired on Noor Dubai TV and Dubai One during Ramadan (above … Read More Rasgulla Macapuno On TV & Shubho Bijoya to all

+ Purple Haze Yoghurt With Purple M&Ms

Purple Haze Yoghurt With Purple M&Ms

The Purple Story A beautiful wedding where the bride is in love with the colour PURPLE. An emotional church wedding followed by a beautiful wedding dinner amidst white silk linens & purple bows, silver & purple butterflies, bubbles & bubblies – signed off by purple M&Ms! M&Ms are perhaps the World’s most popular and colourful chocolate candy lentils and our family is besotted by … Read More Purple Haze Yoghurt With Purple M&Ms

+ Tiger Prawn @ Newton Food Court

Eating Out Is A National Pastime – Singapore

Singaporean Food: Singaporean cuisine is known for it’s ethnic diversity and is influenced by different cultures from different countries. For example – the native Malay, Chinese, Indonesian, Indian, Sri Lankan, Thai, Filipino, Middle-Eastern and also the English and Portuguese cuisines (the last two due to Singapore’s colonial history with these two countries) influence the local food. Eating joints at hawker centres or food courts are more … Read More Eating Out Is A National Pastime – Singapore

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+ Grilled mussels in Floating Market in Global Village

Recipes, reviews, food and travel inspiration

My childhood in Kolkata and setting up homes with S in different places like Kolkata, Colombo, Frankfurt, Dubai (and soon iChen – have shaped our cooking and moulded our taste-buds. Post-holidays, we are on our own food trips at home. Sometimes, we experiment with our newly acquired expertise of the local cuisine fused with our regular cooking. We also follow authentic regional recipes handed … Read More Recipes, reviews, food and travel inspiration

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