Sandesh ice cream to homemade granola, this showcase of Chennai's talented home chefs is drool-worthy
Sandesh ice cream to South Indian handcrafted wine — this curated line-up of offerings appeals to our curiosity, as much as it does, our palate. And rightly so, given that Munira Daniel and Batul Turab of EatPayLove devoted two months on food trials, to filter and curate their list of 19 participants, for the Ministry of Home Chefs — Edition 2.
The two-day event that is happening this weekend at The English Tea Room will showcase an eclectic mix of eatables that range from health-conscious (millet biryani by Chef Shubha Vilasini) to post-workout snackibles (granola bars by AkiMi’s Gourmet) to sweet and savoury (Middle Eastern sweets by Fairy Lights and gourmet breads by Bakespeare Tales). By popular demand, the list also includes the return of Wholesome Rhapsody, which has garnered quite a bit of attention for their cupcakes that help fight cancer!
After success with their first edition last year, the six-month-old EatPayLove has plenty more in store, including novel dining experiences in the pipeline. The key, we are told by Munira, being “freshly curated” products and experiences every time. So fresh that three home brands — My Grandmom’s Kitchen, AkiMi’s Gourmet and House of Kshir — are launching at this showcase.
On April 26 and 27. Time: 11 am to 8.30 pm at The English Tea Room,chennai. Prices: INR 150
to INR 2,000.
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