September 21, 2020

BBC Good Food India celebrates its 2nd anniversary with a special issue

L2 cover R1 4col.inddBBC Good Food Magazine India’s 2nd Anniversary special is the ultimate collector’s edition that celebrates 25 culinary icons from across the world and their greatest dishes, and serves up a host of stylish features for the festive season

Mumbai – November, 2013: BBC Good Food India celebrates its 2nd anniversary with a culinary coup. The superlative collector’s edition showcases 25 culinary masters from across the world and their delicious dishes. It pays tribute to five heritage cafes around the country and puts together cracking good festive recipe ideas for Diwali, too!

“Being the first, being the pioneers always has attendant risks. But we believed that the Indian food market was at a cusp and it was ready to boom. We wanted to be part of this excitement and contribute to it. It meant a lot of investment from our side including having a dedicated kitchen and studio for the magazine. Two years later, as we celebrate BBC Good Food magazine’s second anniversary, we know got it right” says Tarun Rai, CEO, Worldwide Media.

On the issue launch, editor Sona Bahadur says, “Imagine a food world without frontiers, a magical place where the greatest culinary minds can all be accessed at once. We’ve made this impossibly ambitious idea a reality on the pages of BBC Good Food India’s 2nd Anniversary special. Never attempted before by any other food media in the world, this border-busting collector’s edition brings together 25 of the planet’s biggest culinary forces and their best dishes in a single issue. Think of it as the ultimate birthday banquet, a worldwide feast with the most brilliant conversation and the choicest dishes ever.”

BBC Good Food India’s 2nd anniversary cover story showcases 25 culinary icons who have changed the way we eat and think about food. It’s packed with exclusive interviews with global giants such as Alice Waters, Kylie Kwong, Masaharu Morimoto and Matt Moran, as well as Indian legends like Imtiaz Qureshi, Ananda Solomon and Jiggs Kalra, all in a single issue. Readers will get to find out what makes these iconic chefs such celebrated names, and learn how to recreate their blockbuster recipes, which have been triple-tested in the Good Food kitchen as always.

The anniversary special pays tribute to five iconic Indian cafes – Kyani in Mumbai, Koshy’s in Bengaluru, Indian Coffee House in Delhi, Flurys in Kolkata and Infantaria in Goa. The issue also includes a host of features for the festival of lights. There are traditional Indian mithais with a delicious modern twist, and for readers looking to gift charmingly packaged homemade edibles this festive season, there are a variety of crackly brittles and a DIY guide to making your own festive hamper. The issue includes the regular features 7 under 700, Ready in 30, Good Food Investigates, Eat Like a Local, Masterclass, and a very special little interview with Nimrat Kaur, who starred in the recent film The Lunchbox.

BBC Good Food India’s 2nd anniversary issue is priced at Rs 150 and is available at all newsstands.