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Parsi Kitchen: A Memoir of Food and Family by Anahita Dhondy

HarperCollins presents ‘The Parsi Kitchen: A Memoir of Food and Family’ by Anahita Dhondy HarperCollins is proud to present a warm and whimsical memoir about embracing the cuisine that one grew up with – The Parsi Kitchen A Memoir of Food and Family by Anahita Dhondy.Praise for the Book Anahita is part of a new generation of Indian chefs who build on the legacies of the past. Praise for the Book ”Anahita is part of a new generation of Indian chefs who build on the legacies of the past. She is ...
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Parsi chef Anahita Dhondy on her newest passion

The young food expert launches a book and a passion project that focuses on her Parsi roots at the same time By Karishma Kuenzang | Hindustan Times PUBLISHED ON SEP 04, 2021 09:43 PM IST Last year was tough for the food & beverage industry and, like most restaurants across the country, Sodabottleopenerwala was completely shut from March to September. But chefs cannot sit idle at home, which is why chef Anahita Dhondy, 30, the former head chef and chef partner at the Cyberhub, Gurgaon outlet of ...
Tags: Books, Youtube, Life, Hindustan Times, Parsi, Food And Beverage, Anahita, Anahita Dhondy, SodaBottleOpenerWala, Karishma Kuenzang, Cyberhub Gurgaon


Chef Anahita Dhondy at the United Nations Week 2018 in New York

Our regular reader and friend Rusi Sorabji sent us this write up about A young Parsi Lady Chef at the UN week 2018 Last week of September, World leaders, Queens, Presidents, Vice Presidents, Prime Ministers and the like, were dashing to be at the week long, United Nations 2018 General Assembly Meeting in New York, but unknown to the Zoroastrian community in India or elsewhere, a young Parsi lady was also headed there. Unlike the others, this young Parsi lady from the National Capital Region was...
Tags: New York, Life, India, Brooklyn, Un, Food And Drink, Gurgaon, DLF, United Nations General Assembly, Far East, Lagan, Parsi, London Paris, National Capital Region, United Nations Foundation, Anahita


‘There is no gender in the kitchen, we are all equals’ – Chef Anahita Dhondy

Anahita Dhondy doesn’t like being called ‘female’ or ‘celebrity’ chef, though she fits both definitions. Over a couple of rushed phone calls and food orders, we talk to this 28-year-old on why there aren’t enough women chefs in India. By Devika Chitnis, yourstory.com The chef’s coat, hair tied back, shuffling pots and pans in a high-pressure kitchen and delegating tasks while making Mutton Dhansak at SodaBottleOpenerWala in Gurgaon, Anahita Dhondy is as close to the perfect definition of a che...
Tags: London, Instagram, Australia, Life, India, Food And Drink, Parsi, Le Cordon Bleu, Robin Sharma, Anahita, Bhubaneshwar, Anahita Dhondy, SodaBottleOpenerWala, Gary Mehigan, Devika Chitnis, Mutton Dhansak


The Disappearing Cuisine of an Ancient Religion

Mumbai’s beloved Parsi restaurants are struggling to survive. It all began with a milkshake. After the Arab conquest of Persia in the mid seventh century, adherents to Zoroastrianism, which may be the world’s oldest monotheistic religion, fled their ancestral home. Piling into boats and carrying their sacred fire with them, they landed on India’s west coast, in the state of Gujarat. Article by Katherine Sullivan | Atlas Obscura According to lore, the local king eyed the newcomers with susp...
Tags: London, Life, India, Food And Drink, Mumbai, Bombay, Gujarat, Britannia, Fort, McDonald, Persia, Parsi, Irani, Grant Road, Bandra, Gujarati


Preserving Parsi Traditions

In the highly competitive food and beverage business environment of Delhi–National Capital Region, the restaurant brand SodaBottleOpenerWala is just another name where customers expect a fine dining experience. Yet, there is a uniqueness to the restaurant. In Delhi-NCR, where the knowledge of Parsi cuisine is still very limited, a young chef Anahita Dhondy, who is in charge of the operations of the restaurant brand, wants to make Parsi cuisine popular and she has been partially successful in doi...
Tags: Life, India, Heritage, Delhi, NCR, Parsi, National Capital Region, Government of India, Kapadia, Anjuman, Ministry of Minority Affairs, Khullar, Shroff, Delhi Parsi Anjuman, Shernaz Cama, Anahita Dhondy


Parsi Dairy Farm: Mumbai’s Gold Standard in Milk & Milk-Based Products

I was at a modern food superstore in Bandra, Mumbai’s swish suburb, the other day. I walked past rows of imported gourmet cheeses, pastas and meats when I suddenly spotted a group of blue coloured packs which looked as if they were cheerfully waving at me. A closer inspection showed that they were packs of the homegrown Parsi Dairy ghee. I am a Bengali married to a Parsi as you probably know. I remembered that Freddy (Firoz) Kerawala, my maternal uncle-in-law, is a big advocate of the Parsi Dair...
Tags: Life, Food And Drink, Hachette, Mumbai, Kolkata, Freddy, NDTV, South Mumbai, Parsi, Dalal, Ardeshir, Parsi Dairy Farm, Gold Standard in Milk amp, Bandra Mumbai, Freddy Firoz Kerawala, Jharna



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