Turning Tables III, fire twirling, farmer's market & a new kettle of fish.
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What: Turning Tables, bpb’s underground kitchen club, to attend email
– limited seats! Rs 500 this month.
Why: For Turning Tables III, Chef Ashutosh Nerlekar of Olio at Novotel Mumbai goes underground with bpb. That means delish Mediterranean fare whipped up from scratch in a subscriber’s kitchen, interesting conversation and the chance to meet cool new people. Hat trick!
When: March 7 at 8.30 pm.
What: Fire twirling workshop, 4th floor, Naval Kunj, Linking Road, Bandra (W), call Janit on 9833879338 or visit the Facebook group here, start at Rs 700 per session.
Why: Janit Gambhir - he’s a flaming wizard! - wants to pass on the torch to you. Learn how to hold, twirl, and set ablaze a fire staff while freestyle dancing on his Bandra terrace. Individual sessions available as well.
When: You deserve an exclusive (m)embership. Every Saturday and Sunday from 6 to 8 pm.
What: Sunday Farmers' Market, Vishnu Prasad Hall, 14th Road, Linking Road Corner, Khar (W), call 9821142700 or visit www.kavitamukhi.com, free entry.
Why: Here, certified organic farmers from all over Maharashtra will sell their crop. Also available will be cooked treats, spices, eco-friendly paper and more. Remember to bring along a shopping bag (or five).
When: You want fresh produce at (f)arm’s length. Every Sunday starting March 21.
What: Cast iron animal-shaped watering cans, Contemporary Arts and Crafts, 19 Napean Sea Road, Rs 1,550.
Why: Complete with spouts and sturdy handles, these bright goldfish and roosters are utilitarian enough to give the maali and stylish enough to display amongst your prized blooms.
When: You want a whole new kettle of fish.
What: Three dimensional necklaces by En Inde, only available at Ensemble, White House, Kemps Corner, start at Rs 5,000.
Why: Delhi-based designer Sonal Sood strings together wooden cubes, ivory stilettos, glossy beads and neon ribbon into jewelry that’s intricate, original and seriously drool-worthy.
When: You want to get all necked up.
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