COVID-19 has put a full-stop to life, the pandemic that has engulfed the whole world since March of 2020 has forced everyone and everything to shift to the virtual world; has made us value ‘the personal touch’ in activities we did more. Until we come up with the vaccine we just try and get used to the virtual world. The stalwarts in the cooking world have also moved their expertise to the virtual environment.
The Indian Culinary Forum (ICF) presented a series of Masterclasses for budding chefs, learning and imparting knowledge should never stop as they say. A series of 20 Masterclasses, across 20 days, with 20 chefs presenting 20 regional dishes; a true depiction of the 20-20 matches of 2020. The stalwarts from the Food and Beverage industry came together to present some lost recipes, talk about their therapeutic values and the relevance of the ingredients to the oldest known medical science, that is Ayurveda.
Chef Davinder Kumar, President of Indian Culinary Forum informs, a renowned chef says, “The best part about being a human being is the ability to adapt and move on. Teaching and learning are activities that you do from your heart if someone wants to learn, the medium doesn’t matter, and if someone wants to teach; they find a way.” During his masterclass Chef Davinder Kumar created a very healthy and wholesome the dish called, Buckwheat and Oat Chilla.
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