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Delegates from North East India to take part in the Terra Madre: Salone del gusto 2018

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The Terra Madre Salone del Gusto 2018 will take place in Turin, Italy from the 20th to 24th September. This year’s theme is “Food for Change”.  This biennial meeting aims to bring together a network of food communities, small producers … Continue reading

An Indigenous Food fest in Shillong

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The Indigenous Food Fest was organized by the Social Service Centre, Shillong Archdiocese, on 15th June 2018 at Savio Hall, Laitumkhrah Shillong, and NESFAS was invited to mentor the centre as well as participate.  The festival mainly featured a Farmers’ … Continue reading

A ride back to our roots: Inter-school Indigenous Food Cooking Competition

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Indigenous food cooking competition Shillong

The Inter School Indigenous Food Cooking Competition Shillong was held on the 23rd September 2017 at ‘Lahai-roi’ Gardens, Umkdait, Nongmensong Shillong,  as part of the Golden Jubilee Celebration organized Seven Set Higher Secondary School Shillong. The theme for the event was … Continue reading

Mei Ram-ew festival makes it to Lonely Planet

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SHILLONG: The Mei Ram-ew (or Terra Madre, meaning mother earth) held in Meghalaya in December every year since 2010 has made it to the Lonely Planet an international tourist guide which foreign tourists worldwide consider as their Bible. The Mei … Continue reading

From the Stalls of the NEAT Fest

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The NEAT Fest 2014 kicked off following a gala inaugural ceremony. Soon enough, people were flocking to the rows of stalls set up there, all displaying agro-based specialties from various North Eastern states. Bhutan also had its representation at the … Continue reading

NESFAS @ the NEAT Fest

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What to expect: Great Food – The NESFAS stall will feature Indigenous food from Nongtraw, East Khasi Hills and our famous Millet Banana Cake with Sohiiong sauce. There will also be food stalls from West Khasi Hills and Bhutan. Useful … Continue reading