Femme foodies, a reality show based on foodtrucks will begin broadcasting from May 22 on Living Foodz, a food and lifestyle channel. Viewers can catch the show from Monday to Thursday. It has been dubbed as Asia’s first food truck reality show.
Femme foodies will explore the concept of ‘Gourmet on wheels’. The show is set in Goa. It will feature 10 contestants who will compete for a premium and state-of-the-art food truck.
Judges for the show are celebrity chef Ranveer Brar, restaurant chain Sodabottleopenerwala’s chef manager Anahita Dhondy and food-wine consultant chef Shagun Mehra.
“I will be judging the contestants on the parameter of ‘Expression’, which gives them the opportunity to express themselves on their plate. Passion for food and expression of oneself are one of the key ingredients to a successful dish,” said Chef Ranveer Brar.
Anahita Dhondy was quoted as saying, “Femme Foodies is centred around a refreshing concept which celebrates aspiring female chefs and their culinary prowess. It will pave the way for more female talent and opportunities in the food and hospitality space. My advice to any aspiring chef would be to focus on improving their technique and getting the basics right. This was a key criteria for me while judging the contestants on the show.”
“For me, vision is the key to making a perfect dish and it is important to envision the dish and the way it should be presented before one starts cooking. It was great to see the creativity of the contestants come forth throughout the competition,” chef Shagun Mehra added.
Amit Nair, Business Head, Living Foodz, said, “Our latest offering Femme Foodies is a first-of-its-kind show and is a key milestone for our channel. It presents a unique spin around the dishes associated with food trucks. We are excited to introduce Chef Shagun and Anahita, who will join Chef Ranveer as a judge.”
The contestants have been featured in a music video created by the channel to promote the show. The music video titled, ‘Drive your passion’ has already garnered more than a million views.
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