cooking

June 4, 2022
June 4, 2022

No respite from air pollution even at home

Lack of awareness and policy initiatives about indoor air pollution is deeply worrying

May 12, 2022
May 12, 2022

Man shocked that food doesn’t cook faster if you scream at waiter

"If we scream loud enough, we get prioritised the way we want..."

April 7, 2022
April 7, 2022

Why We Cook

Food's a love language. People who don't cook are missing out.

March 17, 2022
March 17, 2022

MasterChef Australia contestant Kishwar Chowdhury back in Dhaka

The gifted chef, Kishwar Chowdhury, has just arrived in Dhaka on March 16, after bagging the 2nd runner up position at the MasterChef Australia Season 13. The talented chef has been invited to Bangladesh by the Durjoy Bangladesh Foundation (DBF), a visionary institution founded by Durjoy Rahman, supporting all kinds of artists and art forms including the culinary delights of South Asia and beyond.

October 21, 2021
October 21, 2021

A Cook’s Kitchen

The kitchen is easily my favourite corner of the house, and I love spending time in there. It is not just about cooking in the kitchen — we have all had our bad days in there too, through failures and cooking mishaps, but it is also the place where gastronomical magic is concocted through experimentation.

October 10, 2021
October 10, 2021

Delicious fish recipes to try at home

Fish dishes are a dime a dozen in a country where it constitutes as one of the main components of its diet. However, there are unique dishes out there, and here are two such recipes.

August 21, 2021
August 21, 2021

Tips for stress-free cooking

Cooking is often labelled as therapeutic and enjoyable. However, more often than not, it can become hectic, especially for busy bees who have to do such chores on a daily basis.

August 5, 2021
August 5, 2021

Perfect ways of making and storing Deshi Ghee

Deshi ghee is one of the most easily digestible fats used for cooking, and is also a natural remedy for balancing the heat element of the body.

January 24, 2016
January 24, 2016

Gas crisis hits city

Tahmina Afaz is a schoolteacher and lives at Ulan in the capital's West Rampura. She doesn't start for work until 7:30am, but since winter began, she has been waking up long before sunrise. "If I get up any later than 5:00am, I cannot finish cooking for my family before I go to work. The gas supply falls after sunrise, so much so that sometimes I cannot even turn the stove on," she says.