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Even Sri Ramkrishna Paramhansa praised Felu Modak’s sweet...

170-year-old sweet shop of Bengal that still tops the list

Bengal’s Mishti Doi is Bulgaria’s signature dish!&n...

How mishit doi came to Kolkata from Bulgaria?

When you watch timeless Basanta Bilap or Saptapadi on a sweet f...

Cadbury sweets of Kolkata shops designed on timeless movies

College Street’s heritage sweet shop Santosh Mistanna Bha...

Shop that was famous for its Misti Doi and Labanga Latika

Rosogolla! Both Orissa and Bengal get GI tag! Choose one

Orissa Rosogolla also gets GI tag, which one you prefer?

The Baklava Box ---- A Slice of Turkey in Kolkata

Now enjoy Turkish delights sitting in this city itself

Drop in at Mohan Bhandar, the sweet joint where Piku was shot ...

Amitabh Bachchan stopped here to have kochuri and jilipi

Ramkrishna Paramhansa loved Kheerer Sandesh of Jodu Moyra

Did you know he was a priest of Jhamapukur Rajbari?

Do not miss Mecha Sandesh of Beliatore 

How did this century-old delicacy arise?

After Rosogolla, Bengal’s bonde claims GI tag

Kamarpukur’s succulent white bonde is a unique delicacy

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 ...

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

North Bengal’s pride- Lalmohan sweet

The sweet that melts in the mouth!

Choose between Moong Jalebi and Babarshah of Midnapore

Agriculturally rich Midnapore still makes indigenous sweets

Dying art of making Rosho Puli of Barishal!

Foodie Shushmita Banerjee shares her experience

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

The Orange Rosogollas of Kolkata!

Why not try some Komola Bhog at home?

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

Why Kalu Moira’s Kaju Barfi is better than its Northern c...

On your next travel, carry Jonai’s Manohara, it will never ...

On the Sweet Trail at Ahaare Bangla

Urvashi Basu tastes innovative Bengal sweets from districts!

Did you know Morabba of Siuri is a Portuguese sweet?

Or Babursha of Midnapore honoured a British soldier

Fulia makes world’s largest rosogolla!

Honouring Haradhan Moira, the rosogolla creator

Sri Chaitanya first took rosogolla to Orissa

Dela-rosogolla of Bengal was introduced by Vaishnavites   ...

What is GI tag that boosted Rosogolla sales?

Know of Bengal products that have the GI tag

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

Look out for FIFA U-17 ‘Football Sandesh’

City sweet shops bring new football themed sweets