If you are a Haleem addict, do not miss the Fishy Iftar this year...
Fish and Iftar? Zakaria Street opens up to a new food choice
Health benefits of Bengal’s Panta Bhaat this summer!
Why was it popular in Bengal since ages
200-year-old Makhan Lal Das & Son’s sells sweets at Rs ...
The grand sweet shop of Bengal
Bombay Kulfi Joint of Bhowanipore is a calming refuge in summer
Try out some kulfi – Bengal’s answer to western ice cr...
Try some simple less spicy Taki dishes this summer
What made Sada Dalna of Taki so delicious?
Phulbari’s famous Laalmohan came from Myemensingha
Sweet that beats even rosogolla!
Dudh Shuktani – Rabindranath Tagore’s favourite delic...
Why Tagore called himself a chef
Come, enjoy a Firingee Thala at Ekdalia Road
Curated by culinary expert Pritha Sen
Food historian Pritha Sen prepares ‘Firingee Thala’ f...
Ekdalia Road of Kolkata to showcase this special menu
Jagantmata Bhojonalaya, century-old Odiya pice-hotel of Kolkata
Feel homesick with the innumerable low-cost fish dishes
Ramkrishna Paramhansa loved Kheerer Sandesh of Jodu Moyra
Did you know he was a priest of Jhamapukur Rajbari?
Artsy Café – for the artistic foodie
The talk of the town where you enjoy books and art with food
Author Leela Majumdar’s famous recipes on her birthday
Begun puri or Chinese Omlette?
Success of ‘Black’ meals at Kolkata’s Ekdalia R...
Dip into a plate of black rice and black Kadaknath Chicken
Rosogolla made out of rice!
Try out this simple recipe to use your leftover rice
What is You Tiao? Try it ahead of Chinese New Year
Chinese food with a revolutionary past used as protest tool
This winter try some hot and piping Chimney Soup!
The best soup joints of Kolkata
100-year-old Favourite Cabin where freedom fighters met
GB visits Kolkata’s century old eatery where time stands sti...
GB brings lost recipes of Sankranti pithes
Try them out today!
This Poush Sankranti try a lost pithe of Bengal
Dhakai pithe or Bhapa pithe is still sold on streets of Bangladesh...
Nakshi Pithe – artistic delicacies of Bengal
Nostalgia of Jasimuddin’s poetry and delicate pithes
Bagbazar rises to the first ever Rosogolla Utsav
Rich cultural heritage of Bagbazar showcased through sweet festiva...
Century old Kolkata shop’s chhana pora cake
Take a nostalgic trip down Bow Barrack’s Barua Cake Shop
All new festive menu at Ekdalia Road
Try out duck or turkey platter
Enjoy a hearty Christmas lunch with Stuffed Turkey
Try this special stuffed turkey recipe at home
Iconic Jewish bakery of Nahoum’s still shines
Despite KMC notice of unclean environment
Nutrition of Apples in the Christmas Apple Pie
Try out this simple Apple Pie Recipe at home
End your Christmas lunch on a sweet note
Do not miss this unique Christmas Pudding recipe
This Christmas bake a Plum Cake at home
Try out this simple recipe
GB leaves through her famous Rannar Boi
Did you know author Leela Majumdar was also a great cook?
Royal Indian Hotel: Kolkata’s heritage biriyani joint
More than a century old restaurant serving Lucknow cuisine
Do not miss Mecha Sandesh of Beliatore
How did this century-old delicacy arise?
Beware! Think twice before having street-side momos
Research shows they contain harmful chemicals
Adhar Chandra Das selling sweets for more than 100 years
GB was at Krishnanagar on a sweet trail
Beer batter Loitta vs Crispy Chilli Mourala!
Bengal’s fishes find a new dimension in fusion dishes
GB Opar Banglar Kitchen section brings a Bogura, Rajshahi Distric...
This winter cook mutton with pumpkin!
Ratan’s dosa stall in Burrabazar is a must try out
GB tastes the South Indian dishes in this small stall of Kolkata
Lost pithe recipes cook up a storm at Aahare Bangla
Do not miss pithe delicacies on last day of Aahare Bangla
After Rosogolla, Bengal’s bonde claims GI tag
Kamarpukur’s succulent white bonde is a unique delicacy
Sipping a cuppa over Nachiketa’s songs
Jadavpur boy who gave up drugs to start Nachiketa’s tea stal...
Pritha Sen weaves stories through Bengali dishes across India
Bringing sociological and historical treasures of Bengali cuisine
Did you know Manna Dey loved kesar malai sherbet of Kapila Ashram...
Kapila Ashram, century-old sherbet joint of Kolkata
Imagine a Kolkata ‘Chop’ shop is named Apur Sansar!
What led to naming a shop selling chops, Apur Sansar!
Iconic ‘Kalikar Chop er Dokan’ that still sells prawn...
Kalika celebrated their golden jubilee and still is a runaway hit
Pep up your weekday blues with Ilish recipes from Bangladesh
Meghna’s Hilsa and Opaar Bangla recipe
Try out some Makhhan Samosa on Janmashtami
On Lord Krishna’s birthday, satisfy your appetite
When Bengal’s royals descended at ITC Sonar with Hilsa reci...
GB spoke to members of Rajbaris about their secret Hilsa recipes
Ilish recipes from Barishal and Narayanganj
This monsoon ride on a nostalgic high!
Rajbhog and Kochuri at 150-year-old Putiram
Iconic sweet shop of Kolkata on Surya Sen Street
GB finds out how ‘Coverage’ turned to ‘Kabiraji...
Choose between Idiot Brain Chop or Kabiraji
After Mishti hub, Kolkata might soon get a Street Food Hub!
Kolkata ranked top in global street food survey
In this Hilsa season, try a different fish: Loitte Maacher Jhurib...
How the unassuming Bombay duck fish is prepared by Bengalis
How Portuguese taught us the art of making sweets!
They who taught us to make chhanaand thus sandesh
After Floating Market, now it’s Mishti Hub
Kolkata’s largest Mishti Hub inaugurated today in New Town
Hum Tum aur Aam or Aam Antir Bhenpu?
Mango lovers and Mango Mania under one roof
A Monsoon Date on Dacres Lane
Try out Apanjan’s Khichuri or Chittoda’sGhugni
Here’s a Khichdi dish with a difference!
Egg-Soya Masala Khichdi by Nayana Biswas Khare
Famous sweet of Bengal from the Sultanate era
Chaitanya Dev’s favourite Roshokodombo
Kansat, a Bengali sweet, was a favourite of Indira Gandhi
Why did Indira Gandhi ask Ghani Khan to bring Kansat to Delhi
Bengali sweet that is exclusively made from Buffalo milk
Have a bite of Shimurali’s Kaalakand
The ‘Fishy’ Iftar tale
How Bengal’s fish got into the Eid menu
Chowk Bazar of Dhaka comes alive on Kolkata’s Zakaria Stree...
‘Food Paradise of Kolkata’ comes alive during Ramadan
Iftar recipe to break your fast
Fatima Mirza shares an Iftar recipe for the month of Ramzan
Try some simple Taki dishes this hot summer
Sunanda Bose of Taki zamindar family helps us with simple dishes
Lost varieties of paddy of Bengal being revived
Have you heard of Dui Satin and Teen Satin rice?
North Bengal’s pride- Lalmohan sweet
The sweet that melts in the mouth!
Have you heard of Bhanga Chora Shukto
Non-vegetarian shukto from Bangladesh
Did you know there are 26 types of payesh in Bengal?
Dessert that is loaded with legends and traditions
Try Sheer Khurma, a famous Persian Id dish
From Grandmother’s Recipe
In the holy Ramadan month, a visit to authentic eateries
Which Kolkata alleys are famous for Ramadan food?
Some Gondhoraj wonder this summer
How about freshly plucked lemon for a Lemon Cake?
Avoid ‘Bhagarer Mangsho’ and prepare this at home
Recipe of Golbari style Mutton
Portuguese taught us to make world famous Bandel Cheese
Was Bandel Cheese a predecessor to Bengal’s sweets?
Paramount was once meeting point of revolutionaries
While sipping on your summer sherbet, learn its history
Panta Bhaat this scorching summer
Food columnist Nayana Biswas shares a recipe
One of the last Dhakai Paratha shops in South Kolkata
Devashis Kuthari visits New Jol Khabar off Southern Avenue
Choose between Moong Jalebi and Babarshah of Midnapore
Agriculturally rich Midnapore still makes indigenous sweets
The city will soon enjoy Duck sausage and Duck pickles!
Thanks to experiments by Bengal’s agricultural scientists
Recipe of biriyani with ‘aloo’ from the Nawab’s...
Famous Kolkata Biriyani with a difference
Dying art of making Rosho Puli of Barishal!
Foodie Shushmita Banerjee shares her experience
Food loving Bengali stalwarts
From Rammohan Roy to Sukumar Ray
Do you remember Bangladesh’s Gayanather Baalish Chomchom?
Undivided Bengal’s Gayanather Baalish was a famous sweet it?...
Birbhum’s famous century-old Tantipara Jalebi!
Dey family of Tantipara still sells Jalebi during Urs Festival
Why potato was added to ‘Calcutta Biriyani’ by Nawab&...
Not because Wajid Ali had no money to buy meat!
Kolkata has the oldest surviving Chinese family owned restaurant ...
Arpita Chanda has a gastronomical blast at Eau Chew restaurant!
Taste some Gulab Pati Sandesh of Barishal?
And that too home-made, from Grandma’s recipe
The Orange Rosogollas of Kolkata!
Why not try some Komola Bhog at home?
Did you know Kolkata has a Chocolate Tasting Club?
Meet the chocoholics of ‘Good Vegetarian Food Group’
Keep yourself cool this Summery Spring!
Try Bengal’s Gondhoraj Ghol!
Sweet dishes of Taki as remembered by Sunanda Bose
Aumbols and Malpoa, cooked Taki style
Why Tangail’s Chom chom still rule the world of sweets!
Porabari gave the burnt brick colour to the Chom choms
Kolkata’s South Indian dishes are not always vegetarian
What about the non-veg South Indian dishes of Kolkata?
Taki’s signature dishes and their Jessore influence
Have a Machh Bhaat meal at only Rs 21!
State government opens Ekushe Annapurna stalls
Dishes that Uttam-Supriya served to their guests
Uttam Kumar once cooked Mangsho for Supriya Devi
Sunanda Bose of Taki Zamindar family shares signature cuisine
Gota, Mourala Shukto and Katbael Bori
Not Natorer Banalata Sen!
But a recipe from Bangladesh’s Natore in Rajshashi district
Bulgaria’s signature dish is Bengal’s own Mishti Doi!...
How the art of making Mishti Doi came from Bulgaria
Try this recipe from Benudir Rannaghar
Supriya Devi is no more, but her recipes are still popular
Koraishutir Kochuri or Phoolkopir Singara?
On a trail of Bengal’s winter delicacies
Kolkata and districts to get more Kaviar meat shops
Now buy ready-to-eat exotic meat dishes from state’s Kaviar ...
Alpana motifs and sweet nothings of Nabanna
How to make the Bengali pancake?
Kolkata is fast moving away from Chinese to Korean
Korean cuisine makes inroads in biriyani-noodles bastion
GB begins Poush Parbon festival with a variety of pithes
From Akshey Pithe to Patishapta, we share our recipes here
How did Lyangcha and Kodma get their peculiar names?
Travel to East Burdwan to savour these sweets
How North Bengal villagers are taking lessons from Bangladesh
Art of gur making taught by traders from Rajshahi
Zakaria Street: Kolkata’s Mughlai Street
Go for the best kebabs, head to Kolkata’s Zakaria Street
Why Kalu Moira’s Kaju Barfi is better than its Northern cou...
On your next travel, carry Jonai’s Manohara, it will never s...
What a variety of meat at Ahaare Bangla!
Chef Atrei Chatterjee savours some rare meat and fish at Ahaare Ba...
Nostalgic trip of Dhakai Paratha
Dhakai Paratha was once a favourite breakfast of North Kolkata
On the Sweet Trail at Ahaare Bangla
Urvashi Basu tastes innovative Bengal sweets from districts!
Colourful crabs are the new attraction at Ahaare Bangla!
Coloured crab dishes to be introduced for the first time at Food F...
Did you know Morabba of Siuri is a Portuguese sweet?
Or Babursha of Midnapore honoured a British soldier
Check out and plan - Visit Ahaare Bangla
Participate in this exotic Food Festival
Ahaare Bangla! Here comes a five-day food extravaganza!
Head to New Town Mela grounds and savour the best Bengali cuisine
Why does Bengal CM gift Tulaipanji rice to foreign dignitaries?
For this is Basmati of Bengal
This winter GB recommends, ‘Eat Like a Sindhi!’
Kolkata based teacher Deepak Giananey even shares a recipe
Young Bengali food entrepreneur brings‘gourmet food’ ...
This Bengali girl was only 18, when she started her gourmet outlet...
British chef who took Kolkata jhaalmuri to London!
Role reversal: We turn London to Kolkata?
Radioactive sandwiches in Kolkata!
Photo-journalist turned sandwich maker sells them near Jadavpur
Move over noodles, try some Chinese Pakchoy!
Head to this Tangra joint and get a slice of China
Erstwhile communist Kolkata’s Russian cafe
A taste of Russian platter in Kolkata
Fulia makes world’s largest rosogolla!
Honouring Haradhan Moira, the rosogolla creator
Best Jhaalmuri outlets of Kolkata
Add that special something and make the best muri
Sri Chaitanya first took rosogolla to Orissa
Dela-rosogolla of Bengal was introduced by Vaishnavites
New fish app of Bengal govt, to bring fish at doorstep
Order 22 varieties of fish through this app
What is GI tag that boosted Rosogolla sales?
Know of Bengal products that have the GI tag
Unseasonal rains and Kolkata’s jhaalmuri
Jhaalmuri – the iconic street food of Calcutta
Now that Rosogolla is ours, let’s try it in many flavours
Rosogolla is Bengal’s but it can be flavoured universally
Who made Bengalis connoisseurs of sweets?
Portuguese settlers taught Bengalis the use of chhana
Bengal’s Bandel Cheese still rules the world
Portuguese taught Bengal how to make this cheese
Khichudi to be declared India’s super food
GB traces the history of khichudi
Try this begun-puri as suggested by Leela Majumdar
Out-of-the-box recipe from Rannar Boi
Bengal’s geri-gugli and shutki make way to Int’l Food...
State government to showcase goynabori and morobba too
How author Leela Majumdar made her Chinese Omlette
GB shares the recipe
What did Leela Majumdar share in her Rannar Boi?
Leela Majumdar’s Rannar Boi is for the modern woman
Let’s have some street momos of Kolkata
Try out these street-side momo corners
Healthy snacking this Diwali and Bhai Phonta
Why not try these healthy snacks and care for your waistline?
Niramish meat curry! Kali pujo bhog
Try this recipe this Kali pujo
Look out for FIFA U-17 ‘Football Sandesh’
City sweet shops bring new football themed sweets
Kaun Khichudi and Mashkalai Khichudi of Bangladesh
Try these off beat recipes of the Chakma tribe and from Pabna
Mushroom of Bishnupur that costs more than mutton
Karan Chhatu: Rare wild mushroom winsinstant stardom
Pui Ilish of Noakhali
Try this lip-smacking Bangladeshi recipe
Sweet bhog of Lakshmi Puja
Gur-Payesh elixir bhog
GB shares recipe of NarkelNarufor Bijoya Dashami
The quintessentially Bengali sweet that tastes heavenly
This pujo enjoy a new menu on Indian Railways
Shahi Murg to gulab jamun
Bengal’s Haringhata Meat brings food stalls to puja mandaps...
Yummy chicken snacks to be served
World’s largest shingara made in London
Singara weighs 150 kg
Ilish Paturi of Narayangunj
Try this lip-smacking Bangladeshi recipe
A hearty meal at Kolkata’s Pice Hotels
This weekend go for a simple meal
Ilish Pulao of Barishal
Try this Bangladeshi Ilish recipe
Bengal’s Murgir Jhol a delicacy in Tokyo
Bengali freedom fighter introduced it in Japan
Pop goes the Panch Phoron
Bengal's famous five in new avatar
Burma’s delicious connect with Kolkata
Two women making Khao Shay popular
Fifty shades of Bengal’s paddy
Cultivating traditional varieties of paddy
An age-old recipe for Eid
Sufia Khatoon sharing the ecstasy of celebrations
Bengal's food bowl - polyamorous paddy
Why pregnant women were fed on Dui Satin and Tin Satin rice
Committed effort to revive the forgotten Bengali cuisine
Remembering the Goalondo Steamer cuisine