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+ Debbie Rogers and Ishita B Saha on a food tour with Frying Pan Adventures

An Indian food tour in Old Dubai with Frying Pan Adventures

A delicious way to discover one of the most vibrant neighbourhoods of Old Dubai – Meena Bazaar, is to book into the 4-hour long ‘Little India on a plate’ food tour with Frying Pan Adventures. It’s getting to connect to the essence of old neighbourhoods holding its head high amidst the new urban landscape of 2020, which in itself, is a story that needed to be told and celebrated. What do you think?

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Bur Dubai | My favourite food memories from Old Dubai – Part 1

Chalking out my favourite food memories from the neighbourhood trio of Bur Dubai, Karama and Oudh Metha in a three-part blogpost … digging into a two decade long delicious list!

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Meena Bazaar At Night | Introducing DubaiUnblogged… Dubai In Instagram

IshitaUnblogged blog is text-heavy. I have been toying with an idea of another blog for a long time that will help me to shut my thoughts up – in terms of writing and bringing up all the photos of Dubai that I am incessantly clicking. And yes, while jumping into the new bandwagon, that is called Instagram! DubaiUnblogged, my second baby, unravels Dubai through images … Read More Meena Bazaar At Night | Introducing DubaiUnblogged… Dubai In Instagram

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

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Things To Do In Dubai | Like A Tourist In My Own City

Like A Tourist In My Own City (Once again!) Dubai, my home for almost the last decade, is a quintessential tourist’s haven. It’s a shame that the only thing that comes to mind when one hears Dubai is Shopping. But, walking through the art alleys of Bastakia and the old quarters along the Dubai Creek, watching the sun go down the beautiful and never … Read More Things To Do In Dubai | Like A Tourist In My Own City