Finely Chopped Food Walks feature in the Time Out Story on The Great Indian Food Show

There's a lot happening in the Indian food scene today.

In some cases its about folks who are pushing the boundaries of modern Indian cuisine. In some cases its people trying to revive the past.

Facebook based communities are being formed where people are getting together to talk about food and even meet and eat. Food blogging is on the rise here.

Sourish Bhattacharya, one of the prominent commentators on the Indian food scene did an article on this recently in the Time Out Magazine.

I was pleasantly surprised when blogger Sassy Fork drew my attention to the fact that the Finely Chopped Food Walks had featured here.

When I started the walks I wanted to showcase my favourite and often unheralded food spots from across the city of Mumbai to those who would be interested. Felt great to see this recognised.

Here's the link to the article. Do read to get an idea of what's happening in the world of Indian food today


Sassy Fork said…
Kalyan Karmakar said…
thanks for pointing it out to me
Anjali Koli said…
I read that article and am totally mesmerized by that proposed data bank of recipes from different communities and felt so happy for you to be recognized in the same breath! Keep up the good work and recognition will follow. Congratulations!
Kalyan Karmakar said…
Thank you so much for your good wishes Anjali