Feast India is a lush, colourful
and fascinating glimpse into Indian culture, food and customs,
presented by English-born chef, Barry Vera. Barry savours the
surprising delights of simple street food and the amazing variety of
tantalizing regional cuisine.
He immerses himself in the diverse cultural influences that make
each area of India so distinct. From a Sikh temple kitchen in Delhi,
where up to 70,000 meals are served each day, to life in a tribal
desert village in Rajasthan, from vibrant markets and spice bazaars,
to a traditional village wedding, a heady cardamom auction, to the
chaotic buzz of Mumbaiís beach carnivals, and the eerie silence of a
salt mine and of course, much, much, more. Beautifully shot and
informatively written, it is a generous and spicy slice of Indian
Highly Recommend to the culinary
cooks of the world that really gives us a unique aspect into the
rich world of Indian cuisine. Barry Vera comes across as a talented
chef that not only uses his talents as a cook but also a storyteller
in this enriching food documentary.
A beautifully crafted piece of
work, Feast India has high production values that shines through on
the video and audio quality. Special extras are also included on
this presentation with the original theatrical trailer, Barry's
recipes and also an extremely colourful featurette.