Discovery Travel & Living gives global cuisine the attention it deserves in its premiere series - Chic Eats

MUMBAI: No doubt, technology has altered the world of food, making ingredients easier to produce and faster to distribute globally. But at what cost? Fortunately, there are artisans who are working to preserve the traditional methods of cooking that have shaped the world's culinary history.

Get prepared to investigate how ancient cooking techniques are being revived and sustained in the episode Hungry Luddite, part of Discovery Travel & Living's premiere and on-going series Chic Eats.

Hungry Luddite will air on Discovery Travel & Living on Tuesday, 6th February at 8:30 pm. The episode takes a look at food aficionados and food-obsessed communities who are preserving the culinary traditions of the past in today's faceless, fast-paced and high-tech society.

Nothing is perfect in here, because it is not made by machines. Like it or not, the food world is highly industrialised. But there remain a handful of dedicated people with their glasses raised all set to rage against the machine. These are culinary luddites who are keeping old traditions alive.

Aditya Tripathi, Vice President - Lifestyle, Discovery Networks India, said, "Chic Eats will give viewers a comprehensive view about the latest food trends, must use ingredients, new kitchen gadgets and of course the must-visit food destinations."

Chic Eats explores the billion-dollar food industry, stretching its tentacles across the international and commercial landscape. With an access to gourmet magazine's arsenal of trusted industry journalists and epicurean experts, Chic Eats is an engaging and authentic programme that gives viewers more of what they love most – food stories from all around the world.

Chic Eats will air all through february uptil march 20th every tuesday at 8:30 PM.

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