Tania Banerjee

Tania Banerjee is a freelance writer from Kolkata based in Mumbai, India. She writes on travel, culture, environment and food. Her work has appeared in The Hindu, Business Line, Mint and Fodor's.

Latest articles

The Elusive Appeal of Bengal’s Gondhoraj Lebu

Few outside Bengal have been able to appreciate the delights of the "king of aroma." But thanks to a new generation of chefs, the citrus is slowly making its way into cuisines across India.

Tania Banerjee

August 06, 2021

How a Portuguese Technique Led to a Bengali Sondesh Explosion

Nearly 500 years ago, the Portuguese popularized milk curdling in Bengal. Bengalis would add sweetness and create a rich delicacy.

Tania Banerjee

July 02, 2021

How Posto Became Bengal’s Comfort Food

The rise of poppy in Bengali cuisine went hand in hand with the British love for tea.

Tania Banerjee

April 09, 2021


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