Things are getting heated up. Cornucopia 2017….Cornucopia (n): A symbol of plenty consisting of a goat’s horn overflowing with flowers, fruit, and corn. It can also be defined as an abundant supply of good things of a specified kind.
It is a word from Greek mythology which means horn of plenty..
On one side they have food from varied cuisines and on the other, products and brands from across the industry.
I hope to see ALL OF you there to experience the industry like never before!
Would you travel for food? Have you already? Do you everyday?It’s the 21st century, and globalization is the word of the day – and the most authentic, gourmet food is just one of the things available at your fingertips. Yet, many find themselves tracing their roots through food, travelling to find the most elusive delicacies, and some say it’s just not necessary.”Will travel for food” – a panel discussion with Kalyan Karmakar, Amrita Raichand, Sameer Malkani and Vicky Ratnani. The stellar line up boasts of best of the blogging, eating, teaching and cooking worlds – in conversation about the deep and intrinsic relationship between food and travel, only at Cornucopia’s panel discussion, in association with the FBAI, IHM
#Cornucopia17 Day 1: We present you Siegen Moopanar aka The Siege, he’s a Hardcore Up and Coming 19 Y/O Hip Hop prodigy, who cooks up fire in the studio as well as the kitchen.
This Mumbai resident has performed at the hallowed stage of the Humming Tree in Bangalore and on various other college fests, and has been upping his game ever since. This one’s for the Future. Catch him Tonight, at Cornucopia.
The first name that comes to mind when you say tea, the time-tested and reliable manufacturers of refreshing concoctions and a sponsor at our fair – Be sure not to miss the Tetley stall at Cornucopia!
The pioneers of energy drinks in India, they’ve come up with an exciting new drink – Rio Fusion, a concoction of various exotic fruit juices, bottled into delicious goodness.
Visit their mocktails stall at Cornucopia!
Tata Coffee Grand
A dash of caffeine has kept us going through the last few weeks when not much else has. Our morning dose of nectar, the most refreshingly brewed cup of sanity – by Tata Coffee Grand, at Cornucopia!
If you miss the buzz of Cornucopia, you can catch us on Radio City this evening! Our official radio partners, they are one of the sponsors of our food fair, don’t miss them!
Celebrity chef and writer, Saransh Goila, is the author of India On My Platter, and is one of the most respected chefs of Indian cuisine in India today. You can get a chance to meet the young and awesome Chef Saransh today at Cornucopia – need more reasons to come? #Cornucopia17 #SaranshGoila
Chef Ashish Bhasin is the executive chef of Trident, Bandra Kurla Complex. He knows that our fest is going be an awesome affair! He will be there.
stalls serving Japanese MY ALL TIME FAV @PRAHADEES.., TexMex, Salads & Pasta
Less than a day to Cornucopia – and the exciting announcements just don’t stop! This particular digital partner needs no introduction – their credentials are known to every foodie in the city who uses social media. Yes, Mumbai Foodie is partnering with Cornucopia – what more could a food fair ask for?
So follow Mumbai Foodie on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter, and in case you can’t make it to Cornucopia, you won’t miss all the yumminess from your home!
#Cornucopia17 #MumbaiFoodie #IHMMumbai
This post dinner digestive drink is a kadhi for your soul. Made from kokum and coconut milk lightly spiced with chillies and peppercorn.
This popular drink made with milk, saffron, almonds and our version with some sweet spices like cinnamon and cardamom.
The ultimate summer refresher made with kokum and toasted cumin seeds will be the best way to #beattheheat
Ask any chef or restaurateur what their biggest woe in the F&B operation is – more often than not, they’ll tell you it’s the sheer amount of wastage that a kitchen sees on a daily basis.
We at Cornucopia wished to address this pressing issue and come up with a possible alternative – and we have! Cornucopia is proud to announce a partnership with the Robin Hood Army a volunteer-based NGO that collects freshly prepared and nutritious food from restaurant kitchens and distributes them among the homeless and needy community in the same locality.
You may have heard of their #Mission500K project when they distributed about 516 thousand meals to the homeless in India as well as Pakistan on Independence Day. The RHA is now spread across various cities in India and Pakistan, and serves meals every weekend to about 20000 needy citizens in India alone.
We couldn’t be more delighted to partner with these folks at and do our small bit for the community, and we are thrilled that the delicious food prepared at #Cornucopia17 will also find its way to the less privileged and just as deserving.
Worried about parking space for #Cornucopia17 ?
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Use the Code : *CORNUCOPIA17* to get INR75 off on your first 2 rides.
We’ll see you there!
TO DAY I WENT BY Uber MY SPONSOR TODAY …AS A CHEF ….WITH A SPECIAL VIP INVITE ….
Food Bloggers Association, India (FBAI) (FBAI) will be the media partners of Cornucopia 2017! The FBAI (http://www.thefbai.com/) is an online news channel dedicated to the F&B industry – restaurant reviews, trends, interviews with chefs, food photography… Basically everything food,drinks and hospitality. It is the most inclusive community of bloggers, hoteliers, chefs and foodies today and they’ve grown to be one of the most prestigious outfits in the world where good food intersects with mass communication.
Brehadeesh Shimizu Kumar kai vannam -It tastes as good as it looks or probably even better. i tried some delicious yakitori at Japanese
Chocolate Truffle cookies (1)
Cookie? Brownies? Truffles? i had all
excellent beautiful flower arrangements //
burger time – burger that is vegetarian approved and leaves the meat eaters astounded;
Smoked kidney bean patty between toasted sesame buns, with spicy harissa butter and a fresh and tangy pepper slaw.
Wholesome desi meals. To fill your heart and stomach.
Idiyappam and Stew – South Indian Coconut and Chicken Stew with steamed String Hopper
Kottu Porotta – Minced Malabar Porotta with shredded chicken in spicy gravy and egg
Mutton Yakhni with Kashmiri Pulao – Slow cooked mutton in Yakhni broth with a flavourful Saffron Pulao —
authentic Mexican food as you’re getting in Mumbai! ?
#ComidaMexicana?? #IHMMumbai #Cornucopia17