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Honey - Cinnamon: A health concoction

Uses of Honey & Cinnamon & Benefits

It is found that mixture of Honey and Cinnamon cures most of the diseases.

Honey is produced in most of the countries of the world. Ayurvedic as well as Yunani medicine have been a vital medicine for centuries. Scientists of today also accept honey as a Ram Ban (very effective) medicine for all kinds of diseases. Honey can be used without any side effects for any kind of diseases. Today's science says that even though sweet, if taken in the right dosage as medicine, it does not harm diabetic patients also.
A famous magazine named Weekly World News Published in Canada dated 17 January 1995 has given diseases that can be cured by Honey and Cinnamon as researched by western scientists.

Take one part honey to two parts of Luke warm water and add a small teaspoon of cinnamon powder. Make massage it on the itching part of the body.It is noticed that the pain recedes within a minute or two or for a daily morning and night take one cup of …

Kolkata Best Eat Guide


Somebody took the time to make this list. How many have you tried ? These are all available in Kolkata
· Kabiraji Cutlet from Regent (S N Banerjee Road)
· Moghlai Parota from Anadi Cabin (S N Banerjee Road)
· Kosha Mangsho from Golbari (Shyambazar)
· Phulkopir Singara from Mrityunjoy (Lansdowne)
· Double Egg Chicken Roll from Kusum / Park Steet)(Campari @ Gariahat & Nizam is a close contender!)
· Chicken Rezala from Shabbir (off C R Avenue)
· Steak at Oly pub (with beer!!)
· Ujjala's Chanachur ( no comparison anywhere)
· Telebhaja from Putiram (College Street)
· Daab Chigri from Kewpies (Elgin Lane)
· Chicken Cutlet from Baked & Fried/Mukherjee Sweets (Ballygunge Place)
· Bijoli Grill's Fish Roll
· Moc-har Chop Dhoka from Apanjan (Sadananda Road)
· Boudir's Lebu Cha (Deshapriya Park)
· Kochuri & Tarkari from Tasty Corner (Mandeville Garde…


1. Welcome to the world of chocolates!!! Today we are going to start with the basic chocolate slab. This has originated from the picturesque hill station of Ooty, which is famous for its “ Home-made chocolates”, the world over. During this session, you will learn the preparation of the basic chocolate slab and also another method by which you can use a substitute and can get equally good chocolates for use at home. Additionally, we will also learn two kinds of dough, which can be put to a variety of uses by you and your creative mind.

Material Required.

(a) Two aluminium vessels, one bigger than the other.
(b) Rounded big spoon.
(c) Palette knives – 4” to 6”
(d) Spatula
(e) 15” rectangular Formica board.
(f) Moulds
(g) Butter paper.
(h) Aluminium foil.

Setting. Fill the moulds and refrigerate your chocolates for ½ an hour. Unmould thereafter, and then keep in the refrigerator for 5 to 6 hours

1. Ingredients.

(a) Icing Sugar… … 200gms
(b) Cocoa powder… … 50gms
(c) …