I love going to San Francisco; not only because it happens to be an ever vibrant hub of fun activities close to our little town of Danville, but also because SFO in a way reminds me of my home city Kolkata.
With the air getting chillier, the skies gloomier and the days shorter, I feel like it’s the perfect time to chat about my yet another favorite fictional detective, Miss. Marple. With a sweet smile and an ever gentle disposition acting as sort of a cover up for her keen power of observation and probing mind, this “old maid” from the… Read more →
Research findings indicate that Sweet Potato can play an instrumental role in the prevention of colorectal cancer. Another study revealed the anticarcinogenic effects of Sweet Potato Protein on human colorectal cancer cells. Yet another group of scientists have shown conclusively that a component present in Sweet Potato Greens can be key in prostrate cancer management.
Is your GSD a picky eater? Does he sniff and move away from the bowl of food you serve him every time with so much love and care? Are you concerned about his food drive? Are you worried about his health? Of course his health comes first. If you find anything amiss with his usual behavior like playing with less… Read more →
Okay, so it’s that time of the year when you have to get your next product catalog ready. You have some new products that need to be included, specifications and offerings of some existing products have changed,
Whether you outsource your design projects or employ a graphic designer in-house, there’s no running from the fact that they form an integral part of your Marketing team. Communication, Messaging, Advertising, & Effective Brand Building: none of these is possible without graphic designers.
Kolkata, the East Indian city I grew up in, is known for her gastronomic heritage.The seat of 19th century Indian Renaissance, recognized as the City of Palaces and rebranded as the City of Joy, Kolkata has never stopped being the perfect paradise for foodies across the globe. The culinary history of Kolkata starts off with traditional Bengali cuisine followed by the… Read more →
I met Hercule Poirot when I was 11 and it was love at first sight. I had hit off instantly with the Belgian detective with comical looks and an egg-shaped head, flaunting the most perfect set of moustache anyone can ever imagine, and displaying an impeccable sense of courtesy and wardrobe choices, regardless of the circumstances he was flung into…. Read more →
I was about to complete my first decade of stay in the United States and my search for the best substitute for shudh desi Paneer, was not over yet. PANEER, a type of soft and fresh artisan cheese, native to India, was traditionally hand crafted in Indian households by curdling whole milk by a readily available source of citric acid, preferably a green lime.
Enzo, our adorable German Shepherd, was 20 months old when we added a second German Shepherd puppy to our family. Enzo was a hyperactive boy, with an enormous drive, nudging us 24×7 to play “Brring” with him with whatever he found handy: his ball, his bone, our shoes, twigs, branches, small stones and even a small towel once.We, unfortunately, were… Read more →