HT Kala Ghoda Arts Festival 2017 In Mumbai: High On Cheese, Thrills And Musicby The Daily Eye Team February 15 2017, 1:55 pm Estimated Reading Time: 0 mins, 41 secs
What better way to start your day than sampling cheeses from around the world? Fifty luck early birds attended a cheese appreciation workshop on Friday as part of the HT Kala Ghoda Arts Festival’s Bertolli Food Festival co-powered by Chef’s Basket. On the tasting table at Artist’s Centre was a delicious array of cheddar, mozzarella, gouda, feta and blue cheese. The interactive session was conducted by physicist-turned-cheesemaker Aditya Raghavan, and it had participants riveted. Some took notes; others asked questions. One participant even wanted to know how much dairy produce a man can eat in a day, a question that drew hearty laughs. Dr Raghavan started the workshop by explaining the science of cheese, and how fermentation is the key to cheese, chocolate and wine.