In the Naan-Curry Podcast, we explore the rich heritage of food in India one dish at a time.
The conversation, seasoned with enjoyable anecdotes, will give you a historical perspective on the evolution of food in the country and dive deep into the economics that shaped its consumption.
Sadaf is an author, chef and MasterChef India Finalist and Archit is a researcher, consultant and writes on behavioral sciences and economics.
Tune in to new episodes every Wednesday, starting from 28 October.
Empowering Agripreneurs with Mark Kahn
In this episode, the 2Gs, our Gourmands and Geeks Sadaf and Archit, are trying to understand the business of agriculture with Mark Kahn, co-founder Omnivore, an agritech venture capital firm, based in India.
Butter since e-churn-ity
In this episode, the 2Gs, our Gourmands and Geeks, Sadaf and Archit get together to chat about butter.
Googler to Masala Librarian ft Chef Rahul
In this episode, the 2Gs, our Gourmands and Geeks Sadaf and Archit explore centuries-old traditions and modern interpretation of food with Rahul Punjabi, the executive chef of fine dining Indian restaurant Masala Library.
Calcutta Food: A Story of Beghums, Babus and The British
In this episode, Sadaf Hussain is hosting, writer Nilosree Biswas and photographer Irfan Nabi, co-authors of Calcutta on Your Plate.
Representing Indian Food Unapologetically
Our 2Gs, Sadaf and Archit are hosting two international desis; restaurateur Roni Mazumdar and Chef Vijay Kumar from the New York-based Michelin Star restaurant Semma.
Can Robots Cook Indian Food? With Eshwar Vikas
Our 2Gs, Sadaf and Archit are hosting Eshwar Vikas, the co-founder & CEO of Mukunda Foods - which is revolutionizing the food-tech space and introducing automation in cooking.
Insightful and fun Podcast
Love this podcast, the details and depth they delve into in such a short duration & their light hearted humor.
Informative podcast with really bad comedy
This podcast is very information and the episode structure is well formed.
But humor is very irritating and making show less enjoyable.