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Eat, discover, repeat - a unique experience on food and culture.

Have you tried the trendy Dalgona coffee yet? Well, do you know where the coffee beans actually came from or how the consumption of this beverage has evolved? Ever wondered the same about everything you cook, eat or grow? 


This lockdown has undoubtedly helped us discover a chef among us and put our brains into a lot of thinking. Let us feed our hungry minds about what we hold dearest, all our lives – FOOD!


Eat, Discover, Repeat is a webinar on various aspects of food by Bhumi. Three different speakers and a thousand new perspectives, this event is for everyone who loves to eat. Join us for a mind boggling and mouth-watering experience!

20 September, 2020 (Sunday)

5 pm -7:30 pm

Registration 150 /-

The proceedings of the event helps in the digitalization of shelter homes and supports daily wagers during lockdown. 

About the Speakers:


Barathwaj is an avid foodie and very passionate about cooking. His love for food has also made him venture into food photography, which he loves to do often. He loves trying new recipes, follows several food blogs and he is also planning to start one of his own soon. 



Graduated as an architecture student from Chennai, Akash decided to expand his interests and follow his passion. He went on to pursue his masters in Food Design and Innovation from Scuola Politecnica di Design (SPD) in Milan, Italy. He is now a part of the The Centre for Genomic Gastronomy, a group of artists. He is widely into studying food and human behaviour, designing food, and presenting his thoughts through exhibits and workshops. His recent article on the Hindu about “Forgotten vegetables and dishes of South India” was an eye-opening explanation about the lost recipes, inspired from his grandmother’s cookbook. His cooking project “100 days of cooking” is a detailed description about the same. 



Anjali Ramaswamy, a Chef and Food Stylist, have been in the Food Industry for more than 13 years. She has also created shows like Master Chef India and Twist of Taste. Anjali has also judged several cooking shows, like a Malayalam Cooking Show called Dhe Chef. She is into propagating Ancient Grains, ancient cooking methods of India and believes in spreading the Idea of Eat Local.