Last Thursday I spent in Philadelphia with the morning being booked for the The 10! Show NBC Philly. I even did recipe demos of Lamb Pulao, Makai Palak and Majjika, three recipes from the book How to Cook Indian. Had tremendous back kitchen support. Early afternoon did an interview with WHYY-NPR and then attended an event at Barnes & Noble Booksellers. Back on the Amtrak around 10ish for a trip to Washington DC.
Friday, April 1 began with a taping at Darshan America in Washington DC. Afternoon went as relaxed and then an interactive and quite lively dinner at Indique Heights which was hosted specially to promote How to Cook Indian.
The following day went in reaching Chicago for an evening event at Gaylord Restaurant. Sunday, took a flight to Toronto and settled down because early morning, i.e., on Monday 4th, had a live demo for the national cooking segment at Canada AM. We made Butter Chicken from the book. It was quite a rush but made it for the 10 o’clock Toronto Star Interview where I did demos of Masaledar Chholay and Punjabi Rajma. This was followed by a quick short Q and A session with the local papers and by 2, was off for the book signing at Costco Canada.
Late evening, was back on the plane headed for New York. Today, have a media meet lined up plus a dinner at Tulsi Restaurant hosted by Chef and co-owner Chef Hemant Mathur.
What’s on the menu? Sharing some similar recipes here!
Till I write again.