If you’ve been following the Indian Food Observance Days (IFOD) that Rushina Munshaw Ghildiyal initiated you might know that in December we celebrate the first ever #IndianBreadsDay.
From sheermals, kulchas and parathas of the north to dosas, obattus, and appams of the south; from theplas, sannas and puran polis of the west, to luchis and pithas of the east! There’s an incredible diversity of traditional breads we eat in India, each eaten with a special accompaniment.
So on Sunday, 09th December, we are hosting an Indian Breads potluck at APB Cook Studio. In case you would like to join us, we invite you to dig deep into your family or community’s repertoire, find some really interesting, lesser known Indian bread recipes. Make a batch and bring it over along with the special accompaniment typically eaten with it.
We have limited seats so please call us on 022-4215 2799 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to confirm your attendance and coordinate with our team on what you’re bringing for the feast!