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Atul’s Curries of the World

3:00pm | Tuesday 19 March 2013
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About this Event:

Atul Kochhar, one of the first two Indian chefs to be awarded a Michelin star, talks about his cooking to Donald Sloan, head of the Oxford School of Hospitality management at Oxford Brookes University and chair of Oxford Gastronomica. Kochhar is renowned for the vibrancy of his food and his subtle use of spices and created the world-renowned Benares Restaurant where he gained a second Michelin star. He features in the BBC’s Great British Menu series and is a regular on the BBC’s Saturday Kitchen. The event at the Old Bank Hotel will include tastings.

His latest book is Atul’s Curries of the World, in which he looks not only to his native India for recipes but also to Asia, Africa, the Americas, Europe and the UK. This event is linked with the first award of the new £7,500 Jeremy Mogford Food and Drink Literary prize in association with Oxford Gastronomica. The first winner will receive the award at a dinner prepared by Kochhar at Gees in Oxford on the evening of this event.

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