Its a Sony

I bought a new camera at Singapore - a Sony DSC T 70. I bought it primarily for the blog and for holiday photos. I am still getting used to it but here are some of the photos that I took. This was before my Singapore photos with my 4 yr old Samsung got rave reviews on the blog! Hopefully the photos on the new one will be significantly different to make it worth the money.

This is a fish moily which the wife made at home:

This is my favourite snack from Calcutta - Mukhorochok's papri dalmut. My mother sent it when the wife had visited her recently:
This is the classic roast chicken at Candies:
My favourite brownie shake at Barrista:
This is a picture of person roasting corn at the sea side. I was trying the twilight option. I think my hands shook but the result is interesting:


That snack from Calcutta looks yummy. I wonder if it's sold in NY?
Kalyan Karmakar said…
unfortunately you don't get this version in other parts of India (like Mumbai) either. I have attached a pack shot (should have kept the flash off. The script is Bengali). It is a spicy and tangy mix of masalas, peanuts, deep fried gram flour bits. It belongs to the genre of snacks which are called farsan and chivda in western India and channachor and bhjiya in the North. However the taste in the versions is different and tends to be sweeter. You might get brands such as Haldirams in Indian shops which sell something similar