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Articles tagged as Kitchen

  • Divya’s Kitchen Voted in the Top 10 Restaurant in Manhattan

    What makes this achievement even more unique is that Divya’s Kitchen is the only vegetarian/vegan restaurant on the list. 

  • ISKCON’s Mega Kitchens on National Geographic Channel

    India’s mega kitchens on Nat Geo channel. In the show, celebrity chef Vikas Khanna introduces some of India’s mega kitchens.

  • $500,000 Government Grant awarded to ISKCON Melbourne for Temple Kitchen Refurbishment

    On 22nd Oct 2014 the Victorian Government awarded a $500,000 grant to ISKCON Melbourne (Australia) for the Temple kitchen’s upgrade. The Temple kitchen has been distributing sanctified food to the poor and needy of Melbourne through the Temple and various other outlets such as Crossways Hare Krishna Food for Life, for over thirty years.

  • Kitchen Religion Cookbooks Reveal Secrets of Quantity Cooking

    The first in the new “Kitchen Religion Series” of cookbooks, Rice: 65 Recipes From Around the World doesn’t just offer an astonishing amount of sumptuous ways to prepare that simplest of staple foods. It’s also the first ever ISKCON cookbook to focus on how to cook in large quantities, an extremely valuable resource for its target audience of ISKCON devotees.

  • Kitchen Religion Books Announces Quantity Cookbook Series

    Kitchen Religion Books announces the publication of the forthcoming publication of a new cookbook series, The Kitchen Religion SeriesQuantity Cooking for the Krishna Kitchen, a set of four volumes of quantity cooking cookbooks.

  • Jagannath Temple in Puri has India's Biggest Kitchen
    Puri (Orissa): The famed Jagannath Temple in Puri, Orissa, boasts of having one of the biggest kitchens in the country.

    Around 500 cooks and 300 helping hands prepare 56 different offerings known as 'Mahaprasad' or 'Abhada' for Lord Jagannath, which are served to the deity six times a day.

    The kitchen has 32 rooms, 752 stoves and nine earthen pots.

    The meals include seven different types of rice, four types of pulses, nine types of vegetables and different items of sweet dishes.