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October 2018, Issue"Gourmet Guests Are my Muse"

Chef Robin Batra Executive Chef The Oberoi, Bengaluru

August 2018, Issue"Taste & Quality of Food Speak a Lot About the Kitchen it Comes From "

Chef Jerson FernandesExecutive Chef Hotel Sea Princes, Juhu - Mumbai

Latest News

11 March 2019 WEE Felicitated Women Entrepreneurs

Women Entrepreneur Enclave (WEE) has celebrated WEE Awards 2019 and WEE’s Annual Meet at Taste of Punjab, Bandra – Mumbai recently. Guest of Honours at WEE Awards 2019 were Mala Mansukhani, Fashion Designer, Founder of Grow Younger; Hemaa Sardesai, Singer; Kamalika Guha Thakurta, Actress & Dancer, Founder SRIJAN & Artscape; Anita Kanwal, Actress & Designer; Moonmoon Ghosh, Table Tennis Coach & Founder P3 Sports Management Company; Sujata Mehta, Actress and Shanthi Priya, Actress & Director – Rajkamal Kalamandir & V. Shantaram Production. The members of jury for awards were Naavnidhi Wadhwa, Mrs. Asia 2018; Shobhaa Arya, Founder – WOW Digital Network and Nidhika Bahl, Author and Celebrity Life Coach. WEE Founder,Chaitali Chatterjee felicitated women from different fields, those have started and established their own business.

Women Entrepreneurs displayed their products during the function.

Event was wind-up with cultural performance.

“WEE – Women Entrepreneurs Enclave” is an interactive platform and forum for Women Entrepreneurs to grow their business together. Presently WEE has 1400+ members in 6 cities – Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata, Nagpur, Pune and Bangalore.

Better Kitchen was Media partner in the event.

27 January 2019 HPMF Launched it's Rajasthan Chapter

Hospitality Purchasing Managers’ Forum (HPMF) launched its Rajasthan Chapter on the Indian Republic day, 26th January 2019 at Hilton Hotel Jaipur with a big bang.

The Chief Guest of the event was Giriraj Singh Lotwara, President Shri Rajput Sabha, Jaipur. Lotwara has been associated with HPMF for last 4 years. In his speech he emphasized on the role of HPMF in the life of hospitality procurement professional and the impact of the effective procurement professional in the hospitality industry. He also talked about opening of school of hospitality procurement in Rajasthan in coordination with HPMF. Lotwara congratulates the entire HPMF family for a very successful event. Everything was just perfect. HPMF have raised the bar for all.

The response from the local Rajasthan Hospitality members was extremely overwhelming and a gathering of over 45 hospitality professionals from Jaipur and neighboring cities attended the launch function. Mohan Deshpande, Chairman HPMF was thrilled on the overall turn out of the hospitality professionals at the sparkling Hilton Jaipur.

Nitin Nagrale, Founder & General Secretary took the audience through the journey of HPMF. Highlighting the importance of purchasing managers, who are more a background artist, Nagrale said, “Purchasing is an integral part of any organization and forming a forum like HPMF was more of need than desire. The Forum aims in bringing the world closer by networking and collaborating.”

Sanjay Goyal; Vice Chairman HPMF said, our “Network is our Net worth and every Purchase Manager must consider that as the biggest tool for success.” Goyal also talked about 4 pillars of HPMF and the global roadmap.

The need for HPMF is in bringing together the purchase heads of hotels on one platform to network; explore new ways of working and knowledge sharing from technology and innovation standpoint. “We are excited to launch the HPMF Rajasthan Chapter in Jaipur,” said Sanjay Chaturvedi of Hilton Jaipur; who is crowned as President of HPMF Rajasthan Chapter, thanking the audience for being part of the successful launch of chapter.

Naresh Saini of Alila Hotel Jaipur has been appointed as General Secretary. “It was very reassuring for the people to believe in HPMF and showing trust in our philosophy of building strong partnerships with all the stake holders within and outside the fraternity” Said Saini.

It’s been over 8 years since HPMF launched its first chapter in Mumbai on 26th November 2010.The membership base has increased from initial 3 to over 2600 members across India, Middle East and Srilanka. It has 12 chapters within India and two international chapters – Middle East and Srilanka.

13 December 2018 Chef Vikas Khanna’s PATRA… Pursuing The Silent Witnesses of Indian Culinary in Oblivion

“Empty vessels make more noise…” but in this case these vessels laid in labyrinth, unheard, reticent, almost on the verge of extinction.

Culture and tradition have numerous ways of expressing themselves and the very essence of the same lies in the culinary journey of a country. Indian cuisine is the torch bearer of authenticity and deep rooted customs and rituals. If food is the heart then the vessels are the soul that fosters the delicacies with utmost care and love.

Michelin Star Celebrity Chef Vikas Khanna launched his book ”Patra… Heritage of Indian Kitchen” on 13th December 2018 at Sheila Raheja Hotel and Catering School. Chef Vikas Khanna, a world renowned culinary enthusiastic, a philanthropist who upheaved Indian cuisine to international platform has brought into picture the tales of elapsed utensils, vessels that forms an indispensable part of our Indian kitchens.

From the stage of conception to evolution the journey of this expansive research of “Patra” has been that of a high intrigue and fascination to Chef Vikas Khanna. “PATRA… Heritage of Indian Kitchen” is an attempt to revive the past, a thread connecting age old traditions and heritage to new progressing generation of modern cookery.

PATRA unfolds the grace, intrinsic beauty of the skilled craftsmen that transformed metal sheaths into luminous objects of gastronomical manifestation.

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Editor's desk

Ekta Bhargava(Managing Editor)

Dear Readers,


May be for the second or third time in the state government has put a restriction on the use of plastic carry bags and some plastic items that are disposed away with the garbage. The reason is strong and indisputable. It is to prevent choking of drains and gutters which get full during the monsoon with the downpour of rain water.

Of late plastic's use in other forms such as container and disposable crockery has raised questions of safety for health. There is no conclusive answer to those questions yet.

Better Kitchen comes out this time in the midst of the plastic controversies with content that throws light on other kitchen and food related issues. The monsoon has arrived here in Maharashtra in full force and with it comes a spurt in catering orders.

In this issue the experts of the catering and kitchen world speak thought provokingly and honestly about their professional journey and give

valuable advice on the spectrum of do's and don'ts that usually confuse an uninitiated cook.

Times have changed surely for the better in the culinary world. There are open kitchens, live kitchens, fancy kitchens and simple Kitchens. In the hotel industry the kitchens have acquired an importance that is baffling. Technological advances have produced marvels that have become a regular feature of every Kitchen in the competitive hospitality industry where highly qualified talented and fastidious chefs lead teams of trained cooks and produce healthy, tasty and variety food.

Our issue has articles, interviews of expert chef who speak on a wide variety of issues.

We also have a vastu expert telling on vastu of kitchen and its benefits.

Enjoy the monsoon and enjoy reading Better Kitchen.

Ekta Bhargava
Managing Editor

Contest 2K191 February 2019 - 28 February 2019

Better Kitchen invites recipes from Home-Makers for contest. This contest is open to all the Home-Makers from the country. The selected recipes will be featured in Better Kitchen website and winner will get a chance to meet celebrity chef and interact with him/her about the recipe.

The celebrity chef will modify the recipe and give a new twist in the recipe. The modified recipe will also be featured in the Better Kitchen website.

Please submit your entry on or before 28 February, 2019


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Latest Events

Everest Culinary Challenge Jaipur11-12 January, 2019 at IHMCS - Jaipur

11 January 2019

Hospitality students are the future chefs of the world. The second edition of Better Kitchen Culinary Challenge is schedule on 11-12 January’19 at Jaipur in association with Institute of Hotel Management & Culinary Studies for Hospitality students. The theme of the challenge is Flavours of India. Chef Harpal Singh Sokhi has kindly consented to be the Chief Guest for the inaugural function.

We solicit hospitality students across Jaipur and nearby areas to participation in the same. Each team will be consisting of two students. Kindly download the registration form from the link:-

The concurrent event is Master Cooking Class by Chef Harpal Singh Sokhi on 11 January, 2019.

The other attraction is Traditional and Forgotten recipes competition for housewives, which will be judged by Chef Sokhi.

While on 12 January, 2019 the Master Cooking Class (starters) will be conducted by Chef Altamsh Patel with a starter competition for housewives. You can book your seat in the Master Cooking Class on

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