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Zee Khana Khazana launches new show Eat Manual

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MUMBAI: Join culinary whiz kid and the nation’s most loved junior chef, Emanuel Chauhan on a fun ride of cooking flavorsome delicacies! Watch and learn as the little chef serves sheer magic on a plate, with the simplest techniques and the most ordinary kitchen ingredients. If you thought the kitchen is a place only for grown-ups – think again! The sprightly young chef and his effervescent co-host, Tanaaz Irani, will together shatter that notion and demonstrate a range of appetizing recipes, sometimes in the company of his closest friends and cousins, only on Eat Manua’ that launches on 21st October, 2014 at 2:30 pm on Zee Khana Khazana, India’s premiere 24hr food channel.

Amit Nair, Business Head, Zee Khana Khazana, says, “One of our endeavours is to inspire budding chefs and mold them into the potentially excellent chefs they can be. And what better way than to have a spirited 9 year old – who also happens to be a reputed chef - like Emanuel showing easy-to-make and delicious dishes. We want to give the kids of today a show that fuels their passion for cooking, a show that breaks the stereotypes associated with the garden variety fare for grown-ups. Children usually are treasure troves of ideas and are open to creative experimentation, which we believe is the reason why the show is guaranteed to be an absolute winner.”

All aspects of the show, right from the set to the format, have been designed keeping in mind the nature of a child’s imagination i.e. unbridled and spontaneous. Emanuel will cook in a kitchen in his own inimitable way, away from the methodic organization that adults tend to follow. Each show will have the junior chef demonstrate three exciting recipes with television’s most adored and popular actors, Tanaaz Irani to accompany him on this fun-filled adventure. The show will give children an amazing spectrum of dishes to try their hands at. Keeping in sync with the informal atmosphere of the show, Emanuel will be intermittently accompanied by his friends and family to create some wonderful dishes for the audience.

To be kick-started by a special appearance by celebrity chef Vikas Khanna in the first episode, the show has been conceptualized to appeal to the new-age kids. Keeping in mind the young audience, it will feature the host clicking a selfie with the scrumptious delicacy prepared, at the end of every episode. Eat Manual is a singular concept that not only encourages children to cook, but is in fact, hosted by a kid. Zee Khana Khazana, with Emanuel Chauhan, is set to bring a splendid variety of preparations, inspired by the kid chef’s penchant for both Indian and global cuisines, for the audiences.

Get ready to whip up some excellent dishes with Eat Manual starting 21st October 2014 every Tuesday and Thursday at 2:30pm only on Zee Khana Khazana.

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