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Arunachal CM visits Naga Chef stall in Kisama

By EMN Updated: Dec 03, 2023 11:08 pm
Pema Khandu and Jacob Zhimomi at Naga Chef stall in Kisama on Sunday.

DIMAPUR — Chief Minister of Arunachal Pradesh, Pema Khandu, on Sunday visited Naga Chef stall at the Naga Heritage Village in Kisama and immersed himself in the rich flavours of indigenous Naga cuisines during the visit.

Khandu was accompanied by advisors Jacob Zhimomi and Hekani Jakhalu.

Speaking at the programme, advisor to chief minister, Abu Metha, appreciated the Naga chef founders namely Alezo Kense and Kevitsu Doze. He underscored the collective aspiration for Naga cuisine, music, and culture to serve as global ambassadors, steering away from associations with guns and violence. Metha also thanked Khandu for his valuable support and presence at the event.

Naga Chef, a trailblasing culinary competition in Nagaland, aspires to elevate awareness and admiration for the distinctive indigenous cuisine of Nagaland. It serves as a platform for Naga chefs to exhibit their culinary expertise and showcase the diverse spectrum of Naga culinary delights to the world.

The competition, intricately designed with multiple rounds, endeavours to safeguard age-old Naga recipes while introducing the world to the soul-enriching wonders of local cuisine.

It informed that contestants would be evaluated based on cooking proficiency, creativity, knowledge of local cuisine, passion for food, ability to perform under pressure and teamwork. The results would be announced on December 9.

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By EMN Updated: Dec 03, 2023 11:08:59 pm
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