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A design professional, Reshmy Kurian quit her job with a design firm last year to pursue her passion for food. After launching her own catering brand, Bombay Chowparty, the young gourmand is set to conduct food workshops. "Most workshops are food demos and participants rarely have access to ingredients and the process of preparation. My workshops will have the participants try their hand at cooking," explains Kurian.
The first of such workshops, the theme of which is breads, is scheduled for February 9 and needs an email pre-registration at [email protected]
Another such session is scheduled for February 16. "It is sad that in India, very few people have tried a variety of artisanal breads fresh from the oven," she adds. The session, once the baking is done, will focus on the many ways in which bread can be had, right from roasted fruit and cheese to meats. "A number of dips and accompaniments will be available for participants to experiment with flavours."
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