Notun gur or 'new jaggery' sets off Kolkata's sweetest season, winter, the time for all things yum. Craving for something sweet? For a nation hungry for global recognition, the attention that came with Bhoot Jolokia, the hottest chilli in the world, seemed like the redressal of a historical wrong. This signature Swedish spread which consists of a lavish spread of hot and cold dishes had Elvis Presley himself craving for more. Outlook Traveller.
Turned down my first job at Oberoi; they had an issue with my surname: Chef Hemant Oberoi
Why Hotel Mumbai Chef Risked His Life to Save Others in Terrorist Attack | f-counter.info
Oberoi became emblematic of humanity and compassion worldwide when he helped dozens of hotel guests to safety during the November Mumbai terror attacks at the iconic Taj Palace Hotel. Oberoi — who has cooked for political leaders including Barack Obama, Tony Blair and Bollywood superstars like The Bachchans — was like a superhero without a cape, but an apron and a chef hat. Recalling the terrifying incident that claimed more than 30 lives at the hotel alone, Oberoi claims he has come out much stronger after that horrifying episode. To put it simply, Oberoi is a force of nature in the culinary world.
Why Hotel Mumbai Chef Hemant Oberoi Risked His Life to Save Others in Terrorist Attack
Washington, D. For a taste of India, the festival turned to the country's top chef, Hemant Oberoi. Oberoi is the executive grand chef of the luxury hotel group The Taj, which operates more than restaurants. Oberoi center has worked for nearly 30 years at the Taj Mahal Palace and Towers, a luxury hotel in Mumbai. He was working at the hotel on Nov.
By Tim Stickings For Mailonline. A hero Indian chef who helped save the lives of scores of guests at his hotel during the Mumbai attacks has described the awful moment he was first told about a shooting - only to think it was a film shooting. Hemant Oberoi and his staff formed a human barrier to shield their guests from the terrorists at the Taj Mahal hotel after Pakistani gunmen burst inside during a rampage which killed people in the city. Oberoi, the head chef, recalled how he had brushed off what he thought was news of a film crew standing outside one of his restaurants, only to be told: 'No sir, it's not that kind of a shooting'. Speaking on the podcast Crisis?