Remember the times, your Grandparents would take the cloth-stitched jhola and set off to get the weekly fill of vegetables, fish and meat?
We did the same, except for fabric grocery bags, we had recycle bags and the destination was not the weekly bazaar, but a Bangladeshi grocery store at Danforth.
These Patōl are smaller than what I got for my Dorma. They are good to go in a simple Alu Patōler Dalna.
Gondho Lebu (fragrant lemon) is a delicacy in Bengali homes. Wedges from one lemon are usually shared over a meal which has Bhaja Muger Daal. A little squirt of the lemon goes a long way in the sweet, tangy department.
I have my hands and my fridge full for the next few days. Hope you have some green goodies to bring to your dinner table too!