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A showcase of local ingredients in a brand new avatar. The menu features – Shiahkrot tea: A herbal tea made from an indigenous root called Shiahkrot Chilled Spice Bomb mocktail: A refreshing concoction of fresh ginger, fresh turmeric, lime, pepper … Continue reading

Unity in Diversity through food, dress and culture – Janak Preet Singh

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So, if a man is what he eats is, FOOD becomes his Identity which is synonymous to his culture. Through our food people not only learn about who we are but also where we come from. Continue reading

The office Community Garden

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On the 29th April 2014, the NESFAS team along with a few well-wishers got together to plant the first batch of seasonal vegetables in the office community garden. The day was picked in accordance with the Lunar Agricultural Calendar that … Continue reading

Exploring the Senses

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The perception of the environment which surrounds us and that of food is always linked to the existing triggers of multiple sensory stimuli which are then interpreted based on past experience. In the case of food, for example, even though one sense might sometimes dominate over others, the profile which we perceive is the result of the combined action of the senses. Continue reading

Following the Lunar Calendar

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The traditional Khasi Jaintia calendar for agriculture is based on the Lunar Calendar which is divided into twelve months based on cycles of the lunar phases. The agricultural calendar marks certain days as significant for planting (or not) like the … Continue reading

Lyngam Mei Ram-ew food fest

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The Lyngam Indigenous Federation (LIF) in collaboration with the North East Slow Food and Agrobiodiversity Society (NESFAS) and the communities of Bientôt Anglais qu’un celexa cause depression noyau et permanent paraître jusqu’à actuellement fut. Part riches son à … Continue reading

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