Thoughts for food – II

The second day of The K. R. Cama Oriental Institute’s annual seminar provided a scenario for the future of food in the country
Farrokh Jijina

My grandmother was not the stereotypical great cook…she had escaped the kitchen, but she did teach me to love food,” reminisced special features editor of The Economic Times Vikram Doctor at the start of his talk, intriguingly named "In search of the Semi-Vegetarian,” at The K. R. Cama Oriental Institute’s annual seminar. The two-day conference on January 11-12, 2020 titled "The Past and Future of Food on the Indian Subcontinent: Identity and Cultural Heritage,” brought together 11 speakers in various disciplines around the culinary arts. Parsiana reported on the first day’s proceedings (see "Thoughts for food — I,” March 7-20,2020).......

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