Did anyone read this article in NY Times. What a cool idea! Any foodie, who dream of owning their own restaurant, maybe this is the first step. And what a clever way to tap into the large Indian community, longing for some homestyle Indian food.
Kavita Srivathsan, 29, the chief executive of Annadaata, got her start by cooking meals for her new husband and his friends.
“I didn’t know how to cook, and the first two months after getting married my husband and I went out to eat all the time,” she said from her home in San Jose. “Two months later our credit card bills were out of control and we were both gaining weight. At the end of the day I just wanted the basic Indian food I had grown up with.”
She did not have a job at the time, so she spent her time learning how to cook Indian foods. Using recipes from her mother in south India, she experimented in the kitchen for a few hours each day. On a whim, she advertised $5 box meals on justindia.com ( read the whole article here)
So, when is this coming to Connecticut?