Pickle Day is celebrated in India
Achaar Day was celebrated on April 22, in accordance with the Indian Food Observance Days that has been started around a year back.In the western countries days like National Cheesecake Day or a National Mango Pie day are common food day observances. Similarly, this concept started by Author and Consultant Rushina Munshaw Ghildayal, has spread pan India. It started with Mumbai and Delhi, but now cities like Indore and Bangalore are also participating in the same. Chef Amit Pamnani, heads the Indore edition of the Indian Food Observance Days celebrations. He has already organised Pulao Biryani Day, Dal Diwas, Subzi Tarkari Din previously. Initially he started by inviting people at his own home through social media; these days became so successful that now these events are gladly hosted by Restaurants and cafes of Indore.
Achaar day was celebrated at Romba South, the new south Indian restaurant in Indore. People from all walks of life brought with themselves a portion of their favourite homemade achaar and these included Chefs, Bloggers, Homemakers, Restaurant owners working professionals. There were interesting types of Achaar brought by them which included Fermented Sindhi water pickle with zero oil, A pineapple pickle, a sweet and sour mango pickle, dryfruits pickle, Orange rind pickle, Chilli pickle, Nimbu and ginger amongst many more. Satyendra and Prachi, owners of restaurant, provided the enthusiasts with Dal and Rice to have with the pickles.