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In a treat for foodies, ‘Colors Kitchen’ to air on Colors Tamil

Hosted by Dr Chef Damu, the show will air at 12:00 pm on Saturday and Sunday.

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MUMBAI: Colors Tamil has a treat for food aficionados in the form of its latest offering - Colors Kitchen. Powered by India Gate, SKM Porna and Vim, Colors Kitchen will take viewers on a culinary journey with none other than Dr Chef Damu. The show will air on Saturday and Sunday at 12:00 pm starting 7 November on Colors Tamil.

While celebrity chef Damu is the face of the show, chef Shreeya Adka will feature in a special segment and the lively RJ Sriranjini will play host. Each episode will have Tamil Nadu’s most renowned chef, Dr Chef Damu serve sumptuous dishes, which can be easily replicated at homes for viewers to savour. Known for winning the Guinness world record for the longest cooking marathon by a single individual back in 2010, Damu is the first Indian chef to receive PhD in hotel management and catering technology. Besides sharing his signature recipes, he will give viewers a sneak-peek into his travel tales across Tamil Nadu and also reveal the secret ingredients behind some of the most celebrated and authentic dishes. The programme will also have special celebrity guests cooking their signature dishes and having a lot of fun while doing so. Celebs will participate in fun food challenges with their friends and family members as well.

Colors Tamil business head Anup Chandrasekharan said, “The lockdown encouraged many to try their hand in the kitchen more than usual. The kitchen became a place of experiments, excitement and entertainment.  In an effort to further inspire and motivate our viewers in their culinary journey, we are delighted to present Colors Kitchen, featuring celebrity chef Damu. This new show will surely bring families together and take viewers to different destinations, while at home in an attempt to revive legacy cuisines and recipes that have been long lost or forgotten. The show is sure to surprise viewers with anecdotes, historical references around the daily used ingredients that can be found in our kitchens. More interestingly, Dr. Chef Damu’s experience and knowledge will surely bring a unique essence to the show that viewers will look forward to every weekend. Viewers can also learn some fun, easy and healthy recipes through the show, which can be tried by anyone.”

Dr Chef Damu said he is thrilled to embark on this appetising journey with viewers of the channel. “My heart and passion lies in reviving authentic dishes and celebrating their distinct flavours. We are focusing on the same through Colors Kitchen."

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