"I feel so grateful for all
I have and want to share
that attitude of gratitude."
I began going to festivals with my wife and serving my chai at her booth. When we gave away samples and sold the tea for home brewing, I was overwhelmed by the response I got from my community. I would cook for my wife and I and began sharing it with friends and even random people. the appreciation was incredible. It was then that we decided that the best way to be with my family in the summers at festivals and nourish my festival-going community was to open a truck.People were asking for it and we talked about it for so long. it seems surreal that it is finally here. We source our spices from India.
then I customize my spice blends to have an authentic yet original flavour that works for both Easterners and westerners. Veggies and foods are sourced locally. Some food trucks reheat food they purchase in stores but at each festival I arrive early to prepare all my sauces from scratch including the butter chicken.
My first teacher was my mom. I used to stand beside her when she cooked. Her great teaching was, "When we cook delicious and healthy food, the heart will follow. Put your heart into the food and you will see the love in return."