Herbal Essence Bio Renew Range – Shampoo & Conditioner Review

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ey peeps, hope you are doing well. As summer is at it’s peak and we keep sweating profusely in this heat, we need to take good care of our hair since our scalp condition detoriates everytime we sweat leading to numerous health and hygiene issues. Oflet I came across Herbal Essences Bio renew range which treated me well. Going by that experience I tried their Argan Oil of Morocco Repair Shampoo and Cucumber and Green Tea Light weight Shine conditioner. Let's summarize my experience over the two products on my dry hair - Herbal Essences Bio Renew Argan Oil Repair Shampoo - Claims th

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Home Bakers from the City of Joy (Article I)

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aking is an art. It's incredible to see so many dexterous bakers creating innumerable new flavours with their Out of the box creativity. Round of applause for them for managing their daily chores so skillfully along with baking. I have started ordering cakes from different bakers on different occasions and I will be sharing my experience for a few of them. 1). The Baker's Delight : Owned by the pretty gal Neha Bothra. Someone on whom I can always rely for finesse, grade and promptness. Every cake she delivers, we know It will be finished within no time.... Hands down! She is extremely swee

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Poila Boisakh Menu at XII Zodiac, Fern Residency

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engali New Year aka Poila Boisakh is the perfect time to savor traditional bengali spread. Our recipes are sumptuous and spicy from starter to dessert. Each one of them has it’s own charm. As Poila Boisakh is just few days away, we all must be planning for a lovely lunch. So, let's have a look at the poila boisakh menu at XII Zodiac restaurant at Fern Residency hotel. This will be available on 14th and 15th April (Sunday and Monday). Tariffs would be INR 896/- for both Veg and Non - Veg Buffet and INR 1196/- for Veg and Non - Veg Buffet inclusive of all taxes with unlimited food and alco

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Chalo Let’s Bake – Initiative by Calcutta Foodies Club

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hristmas is a season to celebrate, a season of presents, radiance, chilly breeze and cakes. We taste, we bake and share our happiness amongst our friends and family. Recently our celebrated Social Group Calcutta foodies club organized an interesting event called chalo let's bake. It was primarily a baking competition where participants presented two cakes each, one displayed for sale and another was showcased for the Visitors to taste and evaluate them. It was an open show and everyone represented their enthusiasm and dexterity through the masterpieces they created.  

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The Lalit Great Eastern Kolkata – A walk through Kolkata’s Heritage and Culture

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reetings with nalen gurer Sondesh (Sweet made with date palm jaggery) along with a lovely welcome note introducing the guests to our Bong Culture. Once you step out of the room, there stands an array of date palm trees, throughout the hallway bespeaking about the source from where jaggery is garnered. Amazing isn't it? In between those trees, you will find an array 4 sitter tables, made up of heritage thick Black Stone top and authentic heavy wooden legs and base. The traditional vase placed at the center of the table is a reutilised copper ice cream scoop of the 19th century, with the

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A Bong Venturing over Fashion!

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ashion is not a trend. It's the style we carry and portray that creates a significant impact on the onlookers. It may or may not be what the rest are following. If you are enticed by what others are keeping up with and drawn towards showcasing on the simar genre, then you are following the trend. However, you can also emancipate your creativity on a particular style or look that's either entirely new or derived from the humming trend. That would be a treat for others to follow and spread the warmth by rendering something similar, which becomes a trend. That is precisely what we call as sett

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Ekdalia Road – All that we wanted in our City!

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place where every corner tells narrates a story.. The whole idea of serving succulent dishes with utmost care and simultaneously supporting social causes entices me from the core of my heart. Yes, I had a notably Lovely experience on my first visit to the newly opened Ekdalia road, a food joint designed by Surojit, a former UK based software architect. What we ordered - 1. Ice tea Sawaana - The Soul Calming filtered fragrance casts a spell. 2. Bacon wrapped Prawns - Undoubtedly one of the best experience amongst the wrapped starters served with papaya dip. 3. Fish Steak

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Sonar Tori – Destination for a Traditional Bong Maestoso Feast

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emember the amusing tales we used to hear from our Thakuma and Dadu(Grandparents)? Stories about Zamindars from early 20th century.. The brobdingnagian Ceilings, Easy Chair, Brass Utensils, Indoor Plants in huge metal Vases, exquisite Paintings and hand grinded Masala aroma enchanting the rooms and the long verandas... Cooked by the age old responsible and experienced home cook. This is how it used to be.. Now we don't get to see or feel such Royal Bong tradition anywhere around us. However, Sonar Tori, a newly launched restaurant in City Center1 promises to bring back your memories fro

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Mishti Katha – Sinful Fusion in Bong Sweets

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premium sweet shop promising to keep the authentic bangaliana (Bong Culture) along with contemporary flavours. Mishti Katha is nested in Mukundapur, opposite to R. N. Tagore hospital is worth visiting for their innovation and expertise they triggered right from inception. Along with the neoteric look of the sweet, you will be bowled over by their smooth blending of the Bong and Western flavours in affordable prices. Let's check out some specials - 1. Strawberry Boat Sandesh 2. Alphonso Mango Sandesh Mousse 3. French Roll, Basundhara and Alphonso Gold Sandesh 4. Butters

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Mio Amore – An indelible visit to the Kasba Production Unit

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hen the cosmos keeps dazing at the neoteric launches and wonders about the praxis being followed while contriving them .. How about some behind the curtain scenes!! Recently I was invited as the only food blogger to our Mio Amore Production Unit at Kasba to have a comprehensive view of how they operate. You will be surprised to know, how decently it's being maintained from corner to corner. I was escorted by their esteemed supervisor throughout my walk and was taken to each and every section right from dough making to despatch. Few things that gained my attention - 1. All raw items receiv

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