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DATEDAYMENU12th February ,2015ThursdayDESSERTS:CREME BRULEE ,Caramel Custard14th February,2015Sat
Over a period of 3 days i.e 5th,6th
& 7th December,2014, Gurgaon— A global culinary event was hosted ,
Celebrating food from global cuisine.
The Gourmet High Street Event, was celebrated
as an occasion for food and wine lovers.
The event included profusion of activities
Including sampling of recipes, culinary classes conducted by celebrity chefs.
Needless to say, IICA would never miss such an opportunity & to be a part of the 3 daylong events and got an opportunity to work
with the best of chef’s from the industry. The culinary institute that has always supported such great initiatives was a part of the main event as kitchen support partners and sent its’ finest students to work with all the celebrity chefs at the event.
There were 3 main sections of the event which included: The Culinary Grind (Master Classes by Celebrity Chefs), The Sipping Turf (Wine & Spirit Workshops) & the Exhibition; where all the top leading manufacturer & restaurants setup stalls for visitors.
The league of extraordinary chefs with whom the IICA students worked with included Vikas Khanna, Kunal Kapoor, Ranveer Brar, Sara Todd - contestant Master Chef Australia, Chef Saransh Goila, Chef Nishant Choubey, Chef Anahita Dhondia, Chef Kishi Arora, Chef Manish Mehrortra,
"IICA is very lucky to be associated with such great culinary events and being recognized for all the good work which is just not possible without the tremendous hard work of our dedicated team of chefs and students." - Mr. Arjun S Datta (COO, IICA)
The event proved to be a great blatform where the food lovers met their favorite chefs, sampled global recipes and it was quite an educational and interactive event for the people of Delhi-NCR. For many exhibitors showcasing their products from different regions of the world, it was an excellent opportunity to meet their potentional buyers directly and create a brand-awareness.
Master Chef Vikas Khanna also launched his latest book “World Feasts” at the event, which was very well appreciated by all the attendees as well.
“This country loves food. There could be nothing better than being on a common platform with celebrity chefs and bring global flavors together in celebration of food” said Chef Vikas Khanna.
The Organizers;Mr. Pawan & Mrs. Kavneet Sahni who lead the initiative recieved an extreemely good response by one and all, it is said that the young & dynamic duo will return to Gurgaon next year and give all the food lovers of the Millenium City more reasons to celebrate good food & wine.
Students Get First hand Interaction
Interact with such professionals
in the field of hospitality & culinary arts,
I am so thankful for being able to
be a part of this experience,”
said Nitika, Student, IICA
Needless to say, all the students thoroughly enjoyed the event and found it highly educational and also inspiring to come face to face with all their favorite celebrity chefs and cook with them.
Arjun S Datta
19th November 2014, New DelhiThe IICA team of chefs & students amazed the audience yet again, by producing a world record in a span of 2 days. This time last year, the team of passionate chefs created a 250kg cake on the occassion of World Toilet Day. This year, our team of chefs were given the task to break the current world record for the largest cake in the shape of a toilet.With no surprise, the record was created at 700kgs of Sponge, Chocolate, Fruit and Cream..!! Trully a Tasty Bite.The event was featured by many news channels and media, and highly appreciated by the visitors. We have listed below the various links where the cake was featured Links: · HINDUSTAN TIMES http://www.hindustantimes.com/audio-news-video/AV-India/Now-a-giant-toilet-shaped-cake-to-raise-awareness-on-World-Toilet-Day/Article2-1288221.aspx ZEE NEWShttp://www.iamin.in/en/new-delhi/news/giant-toilet-shape-cake-designed-indian-chefs-eying-world-record-46592ECONOMIC TIMES http://articles.economictimes.indiatimes.com/2014-11-19/news/56265421_1_sulabh-international-world-toilet-day-satish-upadhyay
On September 09th 2014, IICA organized a Wine appreciation class for its gastronomy students by the biggest supplier of Indian wines SULA. The class was conducted by Sula sommelier Mr. Mukesh, Assistant Manager, Sula Wines.
It was a fun, interactive and informative way to start off the week .The Tasting session with expert comments from the Expert Mr. Mukesh of Sula Wines made it all the more worthwhile.
The study of wine has recently become more popular with people showing interest in wine has increased considerably. Wine culture is finding its takers, especially among the youth. "The availability has also improved because more vineyards in India are producing wines.
Not surprisingly wine tasting clubs and institutes in the city are on a high which makes it all the more important for chefs to understand wine making ,the science & its appreciation .Students often find themselves in dilemma between Red or White as they slowly discover the concept of fine dining and wining.
This session certainly clarified all their doubts and queries on how , what , why and which wine for the purpose suited .
The session included the history of Sula wines,
the process by which different wines are prepared.
The technique that enhances their flavors,
Different types of wines were focused upon.
The session also included the tasting
Techniques by which a wine can be accurately
Interpreted and understood.
The structure of a wine is directly related to where
The grapes have grown and yet we can adjust our
Perception of this structure depending of what type
Of food we eat with it. Many of the interactions of
Wine and food are genuinely surprising but all will be
Useful in both personal and professional life.
Attention was also paid to optimum storage conditions,
How to identify a faulted wine and 'read' a wine label
And how to serve wine at its best.
The session focused on the many elements that influence
The health and quality of the wine. What makes a wine?
Unique? The origin, climate, weather, site, altitude, aspect,
Soil, and vine; all play their part.
The method of fermentation, temperature control, size of cask, type of oak, whether to fine and filter, what closure to use – cork, screw cap or glass.
Seeing the explosion of interest in wine our students were definitely high on the knowledge and health benefits they got to learn from the session.
“We got to taste 3 kinds of different wine and the amount of knowledge the session has provided us with is incredible and appreciated”, said Adnan Ariff, student, IICA.
Students of IICA look forward to be a part of many such sessions.
The event was hosted keeping in mind the young students who are not eligible to drink and are below 25 years of age. Only students 25 years and above were allowed to taste.