Everything in the world is becoming one today. And, culinary affairs are the most important factor connecting people globally. Food today can be termed as the biggest connection when we talk about the marriage of cultures. According to experts, what socially connects people today is food and cuisine.
Learning new techniques
When we talk about food and cuisine, the world has become a dazzling platform of opportunities. There is a bludgeoning chance in the sector today. Learning, unfolding and playing around food techniques is becoming the bigger part of whole play. Many global chefs are coming together to take this journey towards r promoting the industry to grow bigger and better.
Recently, chefs like Vicky Ratnani, Ranveer Brar, Kunal Kapur amongst others have joined hand with Living Foodz to promote and learn the new techniques of cooking, and promoting the Indian cuisine at global diaspora.
“Food is about identity and we are all socialised with food,” believes Chef Manjit Singh Gill, Corporate Chef, ITC Hotels. Indian food is so vast in itself that it has endless ingredients to play with. Every region here in India is so incredibly vast that one is lost and in this scenario sharing and learning could be best described as the bigger part of the food business.
The chef connect
In the last four to five years, chefs have become the face of particular cuisines. People today, remember them by the food they prepare and serve. Not only this, TV and the social media has given a wide coverage to these chefs.
"Chef creates civilisation. They are responsible for the cultural marriages that happens because food is one single connect that creates a bond,” pointed Chef Eric Neo, Celebrity Chef and President, Singapore Culinary Association.
And, at a time when India is going through the biggest phase of food disruption, we could see some great changes fostering industry’s growth. And, what could be better than promoting it via cuisine and food of our region. Not only this, Indian restaurants have performed incredibly well at global platforms. Chefs like Gaggan Anand, Vikas Khanna are representing and promoting Indian cuisines at global platforms.
“I strongly believe that India is going to be the biggest exporter of chefs,” added Chef Gill, as Indian chefs are not only learning and unfolding the success story of regional Indian cuisines and ingredients, but they are mastering the art of global food.
And, hence we can say that with chefs joining hands together, the days are near when we could proudly say that Indian cuisine has its own value.