Winter is Coming

2017 is officially open at APB Cook Studio! And a delicious year it is going to be!

We are kick-starting the year with a deep dive into research of winter foods of India. Of course, we all know about poster dishes like Punjabi Sarson ka Saag and Gujarati Undhiyu that top winter food listicles everywhere, but there is so much more to discover and taste and cook during this season! Rushina will share more about these lesser known winter foods of India in an article on the APB Blog this month. You can also look forward to exploring these yourself through recipes and cooking experiences from us all through the rest of this month!

APB's Rushina and Prabhjot go vegetable shopping at Bhaji Galli

APB’s Prabhjot and Rushina go vegetable shopping at Bhaji Galli

The foundation of all the seasonal special dishes we look forward to and enjoy in the winter is undoubtedly the fantastic winter produce that comes into season at this time of the year. We love the markets of Mumbai just now. This is the season of plenty everywhere and even in the markets of cosmopolitan Mumbai the evidence of this is to be found!

All of this sets the tone, not just for the coming weeks, but for the entire year!

This month, our exploration of winter foods starts with a very special session with the legendary Chef Sweety Singh of Kake Di Hatti in Delhi and Chef Ashish Bhasin, executive chef of Trident BKC. Under our Meet the Chef Series, the two Chefs will conduct an exclusive hands-on, cooking workshop on Punjabi winter dishes for 10 lucky APB members at the studio on Saturday, 14th January, 2017.

For those who would rather eat his cooking than cook it, Chef Sweety Singh’s culinary magic is on display in the special Punjabi Rivaayat festival at the Trident BKC from 10th to 21st of January.

In continuation with our winter theme, we are visiting The Bohri Kitchen (TBK) as part of our Culinary Legacy Series. On Sunday, 15th January, 2017, Mumbai’s best known promotors of Bohri Muslim cuisine, are showcasing a special winter menu especially curated for us. If you don’t want to miss this opportunity to experience seasonal delicacies like Mutton Undhiyu, Green Lasun Kheema and Raan, I recommend you block your seat immediately.

Of course, as always, the studio is also available for private classes, promotional events, corporate workshops, birthdays, anniversary celebrations, and family get-togethers.

Please feel free to call us on 022-42152799 or email us at bookings@apbcookstudio.com for more details or to register for our scheduled events!