This eastern metropolis, famous for its love affair with food and football, is all set to blend the two for the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil.A legendary sweet shop here has come out with the trophy's replica carved entirely out of kheer (rice pudding).The 128-year-old shop, Balaram Mullick and Radharaman Mullick, in south Kolkata has put on display king-size desserts resembling the World Cup trophy in orange colours.Weighing three to four kg, the dessert option has been a hit with the locals."The one we have introduced is meant for family events. But we are also churning out customised sweets, smaller-sized versions for individuals. We will also make a variety of sweets for the World Cup during the event," a shop manager told IANS.
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