Mumbai: Chef Sanjeev Kapoor and Rashmi Uday Singh unveiled Chef Saransh Goila’s debut book ‘India on my Platter’ at Grand Hyatt with a lively session moderated by best-selling author Kiran Manral. The event was well attended by celebrities like Maria Goretti, Chef Ranveer Brar, and Amrita Raichand among others who enjoyed some delectable appetizers from round the country.
The book is not another run-of-the-mill recipe book. It’s a combination of travel stories, recipes, food tales and Saransh Goila’s adventurous and fun experience around the country that changed his life and outlook as a chef.
Speaking about the book, Saransh says, “This book captures the amazing experience I had while I travelled 60 cities in 100 days across 25 states. It is not just a chefs but a boy’s spiritual journey. From a roadside truck stop to India’s biggest omelettes centre, to a kitchen in Kullu – this once in a lifetime opportunity made me cover it all. I’m sure any person who loves to travel and eat, after reading the book would want to travel the length and breadth of India.”
Commenting on the launch, Chef Sanjeev Kapoor says, “India is a land of so much diversity and a central aspect of each of these cultures stem from their cuisines and dash of flavours. Each region being distinct from the other, there is a great opportunity for exploration of food. Keeping this in mind, we had launched FOODFOOD which not only served as a platform to explore the relationship between culture and food, but also to give budding Chefs and food lovers across the world to be a part of this journey of exploration. I am very proud to present Saransh as a valuable find through FOODFOOD and his book speaks wonders of the in-depth knowledge he has gained through his travels. I have enjoyed reading it and I am sure all those who have a passion for food will enjoy it too!”
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