“India’s Mega kitchens” on Nat Geo is again back on the screen with a bang! This season the show will showcase some of India’s biggest and most iconic kitchens with a focus on their scale, volume, process and technology.
The show aims to explore the kitchens of Hola Mohalla, Iskon Yatra, Annapurna and Kalinga Institute. From a Gurudwara that serves nearly 100,000 people during Hola Mohalla to one of the largest travelling kitchen of India serving 10,000 meals every day to a kitchen spread over 18,000 sq. ft. serving satvic food, “India’s Mega kitchens” covers it all.
Set to premiere on Independence Day 15 August at 10 pm, the new season will not only showcase the preparation of food and delve into the history and cultural aspects within that environment but will also celebrate the hard work, dedication and unending resolve of the people who operate these massive kitchens of India.
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