Toronto's Hare Krishna Temple

Toronto's Hare Krishna Centre (ISKCON Toronto), has always been the hub of a rich, vibrant and enthusiastic community. Whether it be grand festivals, programs at local universities and yoga studios, philosophical discussions, cooking sessions, or singing and dancing on the streets, there are events taking place for everyone's interest.

Thursday, November 20, 2008

Cooking for Krishna - Episode One

1:52:00 AM By Kevala-Bhakti Dasa (Keshav) , , 8 comments

A little while back, the ISKCON Toronto Blog presented a poll that gave our visitors an opportunity to vote for what they thought would be some neat features which we were thinking of adding to the ISKCON Toronto Blog. A popular choice was "Online Cooking Demonstrations".

With this in mind, the ISKCON Toronto Blog officially would like to introduce "Cooking for Krishna" a regular video series showing how to create sumptuous vegetarian meals! Once made, these preparations are offered to Lord Krishna and become "prasadam", or sanctified food!

In our very first video (episode one), Shashank Parkhi, a trained chef and member of our ISKCON Toronto community, along with his wife Satyabhama devi dasi, shows us how to make a wonderful winter soup, mashed potatoes and buttered vegetables.

We hope you enjoy the video! Please feel free to comment to share your thoughts on our new video series, "Cooking for Krishna".

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

hari bol!! what a great idea! thank you so much for sharing! :)

Anonymous said...

Excellent, that's my menu tomorrow :-) thanks guys good job

Anonymous said...

Thank you for an easy and fresh recipe I will serve soon (after offering it to Lord Krsna!!)
Haribol!

Anonymous said...

Great receipe looks like a tasty and healthy option! Love the videography too!

Keshav said...

Thanks everyone for the great feedback. We look forward to making more episodes of "Cooking with Krishna". If you have any requests or ideas, we'd love to hear them.

Anonymous said...

This is awesome Keshav. Keep up with the wonderful work.

Anonymous said...

I think this is a great place for everyone to share their recipes.
Because we all need new ideas for prasdam.

Maresolaris said...

Haribol
Thank you very much for this series, which I love to watch (and learn from). The music behind the scene could be slightly softer, to avoid too much distraction.
That does not take anything away from these very welcome suggested meals and combinations.