Kishh me quick! – If I ever say that to you, don’t pucker up your lips. 99% chances are I am asking you to get me a quiche. Since my ‘little girl’ days, I am enormously fond of bakery products. Be it Nahoum’s, Flury’s or my mom baking, the heavenly aroma of baked goodies used to have magnetic attraction on me. It’s no surprise that I grew up to be a very fat person and a deft baker myself. But in recent times, Kolkata cake scenes have been disappointing. It’s almost impossible to get ‘the real stuff’ at a moderate budget. But fret not…. at this time of crisis, Rayzin is a delicious answer to all our worries.
If you are a true Bengali or one in heart, you don’t need any introduction to nolen gur or liquid date palm jaggery. It’s that liquid gold that pops up on a plate in front of you during the winter months and you
‘Mashima, malpua khamu’ (Roughly translated: Can I have some malpuas, aunt?) was my first introduction to the word ‘Malpua’. Do I see a smile on the faces of all the hardcore Uttam Suchitra fans who