- There is a two day workshop on Food Writing on 5th and 6th February being conducted by Rushina Munshaw Ghildiyal for the Kalaghoda Festival.
- On the 8th of Feb (7pm) there is a panel discussion on food and literature at the Museum Garden. Most looking forward to hearing Samanth Subramanian, the author of Following Fish.
A reader tipped me off about a seafood festival at BKC.
What: Matsya Mahotsay (Fish Festival)
When: 26th-28th December, 2010. 10am – 10pm.
Where: Bandra Kurla Complex (Near Diamond Market, ICICI Bank)
Update: Here’s a post by Sassy Fork that is sure to tempt you.
The Upper Crust show is back!
When: 3rd-5th December. 10am-8pm.
Where: World Trade Centre, Cuffe Parade
A three day wine tasting festival kicks-off this weekend.
When: November 12 – 14, 3pm to 10pm.
Where: The Pier, Bombay Residency Radio Club, Arthur Bunder Road, Colaba. Tel: 2284 5025.
How much? Rs. Rs750 a day, you get unlimited glasses of wine from over 40 wine labels.
Website / online registration: www.mumbaiwinefest.in.
Will a food festival pop up, already?
October will see a Wine and Food Festival at Bandra’s D’Monte Park with over 60 wines, sushi, oyster and tapas bar, cheese lounge, live lobster barbeque and lots more.
Where: D’Monte Park, Perry Road, Bandra West
When: October 30th and 31st, 11:30am – 10:00pm.
If you think Sushi is the be-all and end-all of Japanese food, you need to get yourself to Washoku, IHM’s fourth annual Japanese food festival. This time around, they will try to replicate the street food scene with tempuras, curries and freshly tossed udon noodles.
When: 21 October – 24 October from 7:00-11:00pm
IHM Mumbai, Dadar
Veer Savarkar Marg
Mumbai (Bombay), India
9769666942 / 919881141696
How much: Rs. 500 for a pass.
Harvest rice with farmers, Farmers’ Market returns, European ingredients for less, and Organic Goodies galore!
Ever wanted it to know what it’s like to be a farmer or know where your food comes from? Harvest rice with farmers with Grassroutes.
Buy ingredients from France, Italy and Switzerland for less at a sale in Worli this week. Thanks, Mumbaiboss!
Eat organically by getting your supply for the week from the Farmers’ Market.
Eat some more, as Hari Bhari tokri gets you fresh organic veggies every week at a pick-up point close to you.
Still need some more tips on conscious eating without getting off your seat? Try The Altitude Store.