Anumitra Ghosh Dastidar, Srishtaa Aparna Pallavi, Suresh Jayaram
This session explores food as a living tradition, examining the cultural significance of different food practices and the diverse ways of archiving, conserving and sharing these culinary practices to promote sustainable food cultures. It also looks at the importance of recipes and local ingredients in defining the cultural identity of different communities.
This talk features Chef and founder of Edible Archives Anumitra Ghosh Dastidar, journalist and researcher Srishtaa Aparna Pallavi in conversation with curator and artist Suresh Jayaram.
This event is in collaboration with Bangalore International Centre (BIC).
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