“Food brings people together on many different levels. It’s nourishment of the soul and body; It’s truly love.” – Giada De Laurentiis
As the quote above reads, food is much more than just being a mere noun. Food is delicious, nourishing and something which brings and binds people together. Wars have come to an end, love has blossomed and new friends are made over a yummylicious serving food. So what happens when we bring in a score of food enthusiasts, food bloggers and hoggers together to interact with a celebrity star chef?
In a first of its kind initiative, CashKaro.com has picked food as its medium to get together a horde of celebrity chefs, online food bloggers and many more not so much known master chefs at home (Yes! our lovely mothers, fathers and grannies) to talk, cook and live on good food. CashKaro.com officially launched ‘The Online Kitchen of India’, an online platform where scores of online food enthusiasts will come together to interact; where experiences and recipes will be shared; untried cuisines and spices will be explored, laughs over food and a lot more will happen. Join CashKaro.com, India’s largest Cashback and Coupons website, as we discover what food is all about, what tastes nice and who has the yummiest of all recipes in town!
So, for our maiden round of some interesting food chat, we wanted someone who was multifaceted and gifted with all the goodness of food, fun, charm, passion and luck. And look who we bumped into!
When other boys of his age were busy asking out girls he was making dishes in kitchen, he made his first ‘Jalebis’ at 12, is a trained actor, has mastered the art of Indian and Italian culinary while baking and confectionery are at his fingertips. (Psst ladies…and he knows how to peel garlic like a boss!)
Saransh Goila, is a celebrity chef who won his way to famedom, winning the first season of the celebrated FoodFood Maha Challenge, hosted by Chef Sanjeev Kapoor and Actress Madhuri Dixit. Saransh, out of the 16 contestants was crowned the first Super Chef and earned himself the tag of being Madhuri Dixit’s chocolate hero. Saransh was very much enthusiastic about cooking from an early age and he amazed his family when he made ‘Jalebis’ for them. With constant pepping ups he got from his family, Saransh earned himself a degree in Culinary Arts. By the time he was in his 20s, he had already practised and trained at the Taj and The Leela kitchens. To run behind his dreams of acting, he also learned theatre and camera. Hmmm…so there you go! Now we know where the charm this man has, comes from! (I envy these charming chefs!!)
Well at 27, Saransh Goila is an anchor, chef, food columnist, a traveller and a Limca Book of Records holder. He hosted India’s biggest food travelogue show ‘Roti Rasta aur India’ and in the course became the first Indian chef to travel 20,000 kms on road in 100 days, discovering and tasting India’s rich food culture and heritage.
So, when we got celebrity chef Saransh Goila on-board to talk about his memories, experiences and everything about food, our readers, users and other socially able enthusiasts couldn’t just hold on to their taste buds.
All our food fanatic followers and users are full in their tummies with the tasty chat with Chef Saransh Goila. Won’t you like to be full too? Watch out our blog space at CashKaro Tadka for ‘The Online Kitchen of India’ series where we introduce you to celebrity chefs, unravel experiences at cooking, discover new tastes and recipes and announce our ‘Blogger Of the Week’.
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