Traditional food shouldn’t be gone with the wind

Traditional food shouldn’t be lost, the taste must remain and memories connected with age old delicacies must linger on. Indian food holds a very important place in every household. After all the variety that we eat while on our outings, we crave to have homemade food and very specifically our traditional delicacies, what we commonly refer to as Desi Khana.

Innovating group in collaboration with Tourism department is organising a competition based on traditional Indian delicacies on Saturday under which the semi final will be held in Hotel JaiSingh Garh situated in Haridas ji ki Magri. Named “Kahin Gum Na Ho Jayye” the cooking competition’s finale will be held in New Delhi on the 1st of December.

Speaking on the occasion, the group’s Directors Chef Vimal Dhar and Chef Sangeeta Dhar informed that the city’s homemakers and students will cook various traditional delicacies with the objective of maintaining and carrying forward the age-old Indian traditional food that is almost disappearing from Indian homes. They wish to make the coming generations aware of the original Indian tastes. Chef Sangeeta Dhar also informed that the competition is being organised on a national level. Udaipur has been chosen as one of the centres for the competition. Arc gate group is also participating in this event. India’s well known chefs will be the judges for this competition.

[“source=TimeOFIndia”]