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Farokh Talati has always wanted to share Parsi cuisine with the world, his long-standing goal is to open a Parsi restaurant to share the traditions and innovation of the cuisine he loves. And it was this desire (and the luxury time afforded him during the pandemic when the London restaurant he worked for, St. John Bread and Wine, closed) that prompted the chef to publish the book. Her first cookbook, Parsi: From Persia to Bombay, earlier this month: a collection of recipes and photos that combine the cultural traditions of this small Indian ethnic religious group with creative community and his own chef in London. The journey of the Parsi, a group of Zoroastrians fleeing persecution during the Arab conquest of Persia in the seventh century, brought them to the shores of India—and has since continued on Global. Talati credits this blend of worldly influences for the many interesting flavors he writes about. “We get such unique flavors from Persian cooking — saffron, dried fruit and spices, pilaus and light casseroles,” he says. “And then go to India, you mix it with fish, coconut, chili, stronger spices, that masala powder, and it’s great. It’s undeniably delicious, aromatic and rich—that’s what Parsi food is all about. Maybe I’m biased, but I feel it’s undeniable.”
As we neared the finish line at Valletta’s Grand Harbour, we were greeted by the numerous speedboats of spectators who had come to lead us home; They are just as excited as we are. As we crossed the line, the Rolex team congratulated our exhilarating team. And as soon as we docked back on the shore, the celebration begins as we pack up our boats and get ready for the next race. That evening, and after our first shower in days, Recordati took the team out for the most amazing 10-course meal in a beautiful location overlooking Valletta’s main square. Over wine and rum, we talked about the race, our tactics, the ships still at sea, and the trajectory of the sailing industry for the next generation of female sailors to level up. As the sun sets at the 2022 Rolex Middle Sea Race, I feel optimistic.
However, Talati explains, the Parsi community is dwindling in number, and as more people rely on restaurants and food delivery services to enjoy their favorite dishes, many culinary traditions have the risk of disappearing. “My aunts and uncles don’t [always] cook traditional Parsi dishes,” he says. “They will buy takeaway food, which will be delicious and enough for the whole family to eat, but it doesn’t continue the tradition. Who will learn how to make dhansak, our spice mix, patra ni makhi and coconut chutney and dahi puris? Who will impart this knowledge? I have a chance—so I thought, why not me?” Photo: Sam A. HarrisWe met to discuss Parsi at Maison Bertaux, London’s oldest French patisserie with its famous blue-and-white striped awning, and where Talati first began writing cookbooks. firstly. Sitting outside with coffee and pies, pastry chefs from the cafe greet Talati as they leave, many reminiscing about the Parsi dinner club he once hosted there. These events — and the people involved in them — formed the initial backbone of the book, serving as a major source of inspiration alongside the meals he made (and the people he met) in his role. Current role is the chef of St. John Bread and Wine. The restaurant, a pioneer in end-to-end cooking run by Fergus Henderson and Trevor Gulliver, has also produced its own cookbooks, the format and content of which are as well. was informed to Parsi.
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