Invite: (Saving the) Brinjal (As We Know It) Festival in Dilli Haat
Come and interact with Brinjal’s to learn more about it’s culture!
Venue: Dilli Haat
Date: 18th July, 2009
Time: 10:30 hours to 21:00 hours
Inauguration by Kiran Walia, Minister of Health, Delhi State @ 11.30 AM
Sunita Godara, 1992 Asian Marathon Champion will be the chief guest and the judge of cooking competition at 17.30 hours
Why a Brinjal Festival?
With Bt-Brinjal on the verge of approval as the first GM food into Indian Food Chain, Genetically Modified (GM) food crops pose a grave threat to the diversity and to our health as consumers. There is also a threat for the traditional way of cultivation of brinjals so far in India. The Brinjal Festival is an attempt to bring a better consciousness and respect for our rich diverse food. We should make informed choices about food, one of the most fundamental right.
What’s the plan for the day?
A Brinjal special subzi’s for you to savour
Cooking competition for innovative brinjal dishes [Interested participants are requested register by writing to firstname.lastname@example.org]
A quiz competition with Brinjal as the theme
Brinjal Diversity Exhibition showcasing varieties of brinjal from various parts of the country
Screening of Mahesh Bhatt’s film Poison on the Platter (Read Review)
Awareness campaign about GM foods and the risk to our health and environment. A photo exhibition on diversities of Brinjal
An exclusive Interview with Brinjal