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Like Henderson and Gulliver’s most recent book, The 2020 Book of St. John, the imagery in Parsi is a combination of spot food, raw ingredients, and people who wholeheartedly indulge in the recipes. In addition to the succulent stews and salads garnished with pomegranate seeds, you can find photos of Fergus Henderson tucking into a biryani stuffed quail, Talati’s aunts holding eggs and fashion designer Simone Rocha Photographer Eoin McLoughlin’s daughter Valentine destroys an ice cream sandwich. “It was one of my favorite series in the book!” Talati said, reminiscing about filming in St. John Bread and Wine in near-lockdown conditions. As Talati recalls, they first tried photographing desserts with an adult, before quickly realizing that somehow the sweetness (in both senses) of his creation didn’t translate. . As the sun began to set, Talati called a friend—Max Rocha, founder of the popular Broadway Market cafe, Café Cecilia—to take his niece around as a matter of urgency. In Talati’s words, the resulting photos show “all the fun and mess that eating an ice cream sandwich brings”.
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.
Photo: Sam A. Harris Indeed, Talati’s sarcastic humor captures the shining Parsi from across the pages. He explains: “The Parsi’s sense of humour is quite self-deprecating. “We know who we are and we love who we are.” Referring to an image in the book accompanying the Parsi scrambled egg recipe, he notes: “My uncle in India was making akuri and as a joke he put the bag on his head because he didn’t have any. cooker hood. He was proud that he was there in his sadra and lasti, which are our traditional attire, with his fake chef’s hat. He was like, yes, taking a picture of me! He loved it.” To ensure that information about Parsi cooking continues to spread—and to keep these culinary traditions alive—Talati has now pushed its community to celebrate it. his cultural emphasis on food, family and the simple joys of cooking “That’s one of my favorite things about the Parsi,” he laughs. will talk about food.” After all, while cooking for Saturday’s ceremony at Bread and Wine, Talati met Homi K. Babha, the prominent Anglo-Indian scholar of postcolonial theory, who, along with his daughter Leah, agreed to write the foreword for Parsi, Talati said: “We’re not ashamed or afraid to learn from other cultures. Yes. Let’s combine that somehow.’ It’s like inviting a good cook into your kitchen.”
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