|Despite showery weather, Saturday’s Open Day at Bhaktivedanta Manor attracted hundreds of locals for a variety of events such as guided tours via Oxcart.
Did a quick wander around and checked out the main kitchen before my lunchtime cookery session. There, a couple of old-time Gujarati chefs were plying their trade by preparing filling for 1000 kachories (with surgical precision) for an evening boat picnic down the Thames.
My cookery demonstrations pulled in the biggest crowds. The feast was one of my better ones.
The super heavy-duty stoves always attract a lot of attention.
Sacimata’s fresh hot poori breads were melt-in-the-mouth.
Attendees totally absorbed themselves in the lunch experience.
A splendid time was had by all.
Sunday is my last day in England. Almost at the finishing post.
Posted by Kurma on 24/7/05; 2:58:03 PM from the Travel dept.