I read this somewhere 'A recipe is much more than merely instructions on how to cook a dish. Recipes are road maps to culture. They show us where we came from, providing essential windows into how our parents cooked and how we evolved as a society'. This is so relevant , especially in the times we live, we as Indians cook a lot at home, thank god for that, but as more & more of us move away , with work & life taking over , we don't cook as much and if we don't then what happens to those family recipes that are passed down generations and have a chance to evolve overtime?
Its great to eat at a good restaurant with your food made professionally of course, but what about a home-made meal with traditional recipes which have evolved over time?
At the 'Konkan Culinary Trail' , Prasad @nayakyen & I will be cooking recipes passed down generations adding our own bits to it. We will also borrow recipes from friends & family, (Thank you so much Pallavi @moxxiemize for the lesson in Konkani cuisine and the recipes , we will treat them with love). We will sit around a table on a Saturday night , eat a home-cooked meal with ingredients & food styles from various communities in the Konkan coast of India and share stories of family food memories and the impact it has on our present & future.
This is a small way to preserve and highlight amazing #Indianregionalcuisines, wont' you join us?
Date: 23rd June
Time: 7 pm onwards
Venue: J.P. Nagar , Bangalore (full address on booking)
To see the menu & to book , go to the OpenOut link: http://bit.ly/KonkanCulinaryTrail in my bio #konkan_ig #bengaluru #bengalurufoodie #bengaluru_diaries #bengalurudays #bangaloremoms #bangloretimes @lbbbangalore