India Food Network
May 18, 2015
If you have travelled across Maharashtra, you will realise that a particular recipe is not prepared the same way in different parts of the state. It goes without saying that the same applies to almost every state in the country. Such is the wonder of regional Indian cuisine.
On May 23, Saturday, APB Cook Studio will host a programme as part of its Culinary Legacy series to promote the gems of Maharashtrian cuisine. The event will feature talks and sessions about the diversity of the cuisine by food experts from the community. This will be followed by a Pathare Prabhu lunch with vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes catered by Manju Velkar.
The event line-up is as follows:
Introduction and Overview of Maharashtrian Cuisine by Shakti Salgaonkar Yezdani
Kolhapuri Cuisine beyond the Tambda and Pandhra Rassa by Aditya Mehendale, author of Rare Gems
Deshashtha: Food of the Plateau Region by Saee Koranne-Khandekar, food consultant and blogger at MyJhola.in
Food of the Muslims in Konkan by Dr. Mohsina Mukadam, professor and food historian
Koli Cooking by Anjali Koli, food entrepreneur and blogger at Annaparabrahma.com
Pathare Prabhu food; the original cuisine of Mumbai by Kunal Vijayakar, host of TV show ‘The Foodie’ and author of cookbook ‘Made in India’
When: May 23, Saturday; 10 am to 3 pm
Where: APB Cook Studio, 301, Shrishti Plaza, Saki Vihar Road, Andheri East, Mumbai
Price: Rs. 1700 + taxes
Contact: 022-42152799 to book a seat or E-mail email@example.com
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