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Cooking meets ingenuity

 MPost |  2015-03-13 22:45:23.0  |  New Delhi

Cooking meets ingenuity

Indian Culinary Forum in association with Hospitality First and ITPO organized 10th edition of Culinary Art India, 2015 at Hall no. 18, Pragati Maidan, New Delhi. With 300 chefs under one roof exhibiting their culinary skills to the masses, the international event also saw the participation of the chef fraternity from many parts of north India, Hyderabad and Mumbai. Scheduled from March 10-14 the event is a gastronomic treat for guests and delegates.


The Second day of the festival saw live-cooking by renowned chefs and showcasing 3Tier Wedding Cake, Fruit and Vegetable Carving and Plated Appetizers. The special food art was praised by the guests and other visitors at the event.

The Chefs here will exhibit every aspect of food and help promote different cuisine across the world.
The Third and Fourth day of the festival will see chefs showcasing ‘Three Course Set Dinner Menu’, ‘Petit Fours and Pralines’ and ‘mocktails’.  

Prominent names from the culinary world will also be attending the Awards Ceremony to be held on March 14 at Pragati Maidan.

Chef Shaju Zacharia, Vice President, ICF said, “The prime objective is to establish a professional platform where culinary professionals across India can come and exhibit their creative culinary skills,  develop and explore various aspects of this profession.

“We are proud to organize this gala event and overwhelmed by the response we are getting here. We look forward to organize such events in the future as well to promote India’s delectable
traditional food.”

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