Indian women chefs who left indelible culinary footprints across the nation
From cookbook writers to chefs in commercial kitchens of hotels and restaurants, several Indian women too have emerged as path-breakers in the culinary world. Kitchen was their battlefield and vision and grit, their commander. Let’s take a look at who these superwomen are!
The first Cordon Bleu chef from India, Bhicoo J Manekshaw is a champion of Parsi cuisine – At 83 years of age, she still popularises Parsi cuisine through her cookbooks. She set up Basil & Thyme, Delhi’s first standalone continental restaurant and has served as a food adviser to elite clubs such as India International Centre and Delhi Golf Club.