Mumbai witnessed its much talked about Kala Ghoda Arts Festival this year in an all-new green avatar. The theme for this year’s festival was ‘Haara Ghoda’ which brought together the fore wonders of nature through performance and art.
One of the key highlights of the festival this year was the Bertolli’s Cook with Gautam Mehrishi workshop which was organised by Bertolli. The workshop with Chef Gautam Mehrishi brought forward an idea for #BertolliWaliBaat in which the Bertoli followers and HT readers were asked to share any dish that they’d like to see go olive (i.e. made with Bertolli). The winners also got a chance to cook that dish (with a twist) on stage with Chef Mehrishi.
Bertolli which is Food Festival Sponsor for HT’s annual Kala Ghoda Festival this year as well is the world’s number 1 olive oil which is complementary to most food across the world.
With versatile variants like the flavorful Extra Virgin (ideal for dressings and dips), the milder Classico (ideal for sautéing) and Extra Light (great for baking and deep frying), Bertolli amplifies the thought that all world cuisine can be enhanced with the #BertolliWaliBaat & therefore #TastesBetterWithBertolli.
Along with Gautam Mehrishi’s workshop, the event also had the tasters of a desert specially made with Bertolli -with an orange and olive oil sponge base, orange marmalade and chocolate ganache, going with the #OrangeGoesOlive theme of the day,.
Bertolli celebrated the favourite shade of green at the nine-day festival of installations, art works, craft exhibition, literature, culinary workshops, children’s activities, theatre, dance shows and music performances with#BertolliWaliBaat.