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Foodistan News

  • | August 8th, 2012

    TV review: Foodistan is a yummy watch

    TV review: Foodistan is a yummy watch

    The new reality show promises to teach us about Indian and Pakistani cuisines through a cooking competition
    Siddharth Basu, the guy behind Kaun Banega Crorepati, has now come up with another reality show – Foodistan. The show aims to pit the best chefs from India against their counterparts from Pakistan, in an attempt to showcase the most remarkable dishes of the two nations’ cuisines. While the first episode introduced the contestants and the judges, the second and third episodes each saw two teams of four chefs cooking four dishes – curry, kebab, biriyani and a dessert. Click here to read more

  • | August 8th, 2012

    FOODISTAN winner Manish Mehrotra wants to cook for Amitabh Bachchan

    FOODISTAN winner Manish Mehrotra wants to cook for Amitabh Bachchan

    The chef who won the reality show after facing stiff competition says he will make special vegetarian dishes for the megastar
    A huge fan of Bollywood megastar Amitabh Bachchan, chef Manish Mehrotra, winner of NDTV Good Times’ reality show Foodistan, wants to cook for the veteran actor. “In my early days as a chef, I was working in a restaurant called Thai Pavilion at Mumbai. That was the only time where I got a chance to cook for Amitabh Bachchan. But since I was a junior chef, I couldn’t get a chance to meet him,” Mehrotra told IANS. Click here to read more

  • | January 22nd, 2012

    Ira Dubey, Aly Khan to host new Indo-Pak food reality show

    Ira Dubey, Aly Khan to host new Indo-Pak food reality show

    The two B-towners will support chefs as they showcase the best of the cuisines of the two nations
    B-towners Ira Dubey and Aly Khan are getting ready to showcase their talent on the small screen. The two will be hosting a food reality show on NDTV Good Times. Called Foodistan, the show is more like a professional version of MasterChef – with its contestants being trained chefs instead of members of other professions. There’s also another key difference. Foodistan will have chefs from India and Pakistan. In fact, the point of the show is to showcase the amazing culinary traditions of these two nations. So eight chefs from India and eight from Pakistan will battle it out as they create their best dishes. Click here to read more