TASTING INDIA SYMPOSIUM: DAY TWO — MARCH 2, 2017
Venue: Kamaladevi Chattopadhyay Complex, India International Centre, 40, Max Mueller Marg, New Delhi – 110003.
FROM 2:00 P.M. ONWARDS: A GASTRONOMICAL DISCOVERY OF INDIA
2:00 P.M. TO 3:35 P.M.: Feasting India: Tempting Trails for the Culinary Tourist
2:00 P.M. TO 2:05 P.M.: Session Moderator Rohit Kohli introduces the subject and shares his personal experiences and thoughts on the subject.
2:05 P.M. TO 2:15 P.M.: How Sula Vineyards and Sulafest put Nashik on the World Tourist Map by Cecilia Oldne, Vice-President (Marketing) and Global Brand Ambassador, Sula Vineyards
2:15 P.M. TO 2:25 P.M.: Lite Bite Foods presentation on Rangla Punjab by Team Punjab Grill
2:25 P.M. TO 2:35 P.M.: Sanjoo Malhotra recreates the romance of India’s Tea Trails
2:35 P.M. TO 2:45 P.M.: Saranshi Goila on the joys of being a ‘Sadak Chhap Chef’
2:45 P.M. TO 3:25 P.M.: PANEL DISCUSSION
Turning Culinary Tourism into a Footfall Driver and Income Generator
PANELISTS: Cecilia Oldne (Sula Vineyards); Manvendra Singh Shekhawat (Suryagarh); Hoihnu Hauzel (North East Odyssey); Anubhav Sapra (Delhi Food Walks); Sonal Saxena (Eat With India); Anamika Singh (Anandini Himalayan Tea); Saransh Goila (TV Chef and Author).
Moderator: Rohit Kohli, Joint Managing Director, Creative Travel
3:25 P.M. TO 3:45 P.M.: CHAI BREAK
3:45 P.M. TO 6:00 P.M.: KNOWLEDGE SESSION: ONE COUNTRY, COUNTLESS KITCHENS
Co-Presented by Sikandalous Cuisine
3:45 P.M. TO 3:50 P.M.:
Opening Remarks by Atul Sikand, Session Moderator and Founder-Administrator of Facebook’s largest Indian recipe-sharing community, Sikandalous Cuisine.
Atul Sikand will introduce each speaker and his or her subject.
3:50 P.M. TO 4:05 P.M.:
Pritha Sen: Two Sides of a River — Understanding the Ghoti-Bangal Divide in Bengali Cuisine
4:05 P.M. TO 4:20 P.M.:
Mohit Balachandran: Recipes from the Pavements — My Encounter with Street Food Culture
4:20 P.M. TO 4:35 P.M.:
Michael Swamy: The Iberian Hand — Portuguese Influences on Peninsular Kitchens
4:35 P.M. TO 4:50 P.M.:
Sabyasachi Gorai: Romancing Armenia — What Has Asansol Got to Do With Armenia
4:50 P.M. TO 5:05 P.M.:
Gunjan Goela: The Cuisine of Dilli-6 — Understanding the Medley of Cross-Cultural Influences
5:05 P.M. TO 5:20 P.M.:
Sangeeta Khanna: Bridging the Two Worlds — The Scientific Foundation of Banaras Ka Khana
5:20 P.M. TO 5:35 P.M.:
Priyam Chatterjee: In Massimo Bottura’s Shadow — So Much to Learn from the Italian Master
5:35 P.M. TO 5:50 P.M.:
Abhishek Gupta: Indian Food, Noma Touches — Why It’s Not the Marriage of the Impossible
5:50 P.M. TO 6:00 P.M.:
Closing remarks by Atul Sikand.
IN COLLABORATION WITH