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Massive kitchens, unique tastes: India's ancient temple cuisine sits in a class of its own
by Rakesh Kumar, CNN
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29 September 2021
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Across India, temples have long served not just a spiritual need but a social one as well. Many of the country's temples have adopted a long-standing tradition of feeding the masses, allowing pilgrims and travelers alike to enjoy wholesome, delicious meals every day. ... What sets temple cuisine apart is the taste, which is unique to each location and notoriously hard to replicate.
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'Temple food is very ancient and has been prepared by special cooks, known as Maharajas or Khanshamas, who belong to just one family,' explains Sandeep Pande, executive chef of New Delhi's J W Marriot Hotel.
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