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Graphic Travelogues #Culinary

Graphic Travelogues collects old treasures, creates new ones and presents them in a new setting: We have gone back to the drawing and cooking table – stay tuned for the most flavorsome dishes and illustrations to feed your soul, nourish your mind, and delight your palate. Welcome to Graphic Travelogues Culinary! Enjoy!
About GT #Culinary


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Three cities, three teams, three recipes - one film. Graphic Travelogues #Culinary presents the best scenes of our international culinary encounters on video. Join our protagonists as they shop at local markets, look over the shoulders of our cooks as they prepare delicious dishes. And watch illustrators drawing! In short, enjoy an artificial work of art for all the senses!

 © Kruttika

Team India

In New Delhi, Sundeep Bhatia and Bedabrata Chakraborty, better known as the food bloggers DelhiFunDos, meet with llustrator Kruttika Susarla to exchange culinary and artistic experiences. They cook - typical for Indian cuisine - once veg and once non-veg: Shukto and Methi Chicken.

 @ Alexandra Klobouk

Team Germany

Team Germany invites you to a culinary journey in the capital: Food blogger Felicitas Then invites illustrator Alexandra Klobouk to her home district Neukölln to the weekly market and then to her home where they cook together. It is an Indian-spiced rice dish with local dried fruits and good old German butter: Berlin Biryani.

 © Sayeef

Team Bangladesh

Sameera Hussain Wadood is passionate about cooking and meets illustrator Sayeef Mahmud in Dhaka who is just as passionate about drawing. Together, they visit the market Kawran Bazar and cook at the hip 'Café Mango' home-cooked meal of Loitta Fish Fry with steamed sticky rice.

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