Naan Curry
Naan Curry
Jan 12, 2021
Ep. 12: Food & Cricket ft. Dhananjaya Chak of The Edges & Sledges Cricket Podcast
Play • 1 hr 8 min

In this special episode, the 2Gs, Gourmands and Geeks, Sadaf and Archit combine or do jugalbandi of the two things us Indians are obsessed with: one, of course, is food and the second is cricket.

They’re joined by Dhananjay Chak (DJ) who co-hosts the Edges & Sledges Cricket podcast, which is India’s number 1 cricket podcast, DJ is also a lawyer by profession and a club cricketer in the UK.

They discuss the evolution of cricketer’s diets, Virat Kohli’s veganism, nutrition requirements of cricketers, the #BillGate controversy in Australia, ethical concerns with cricketers endorsing certain food brands or practices, food memories of fans in cricket stadiums, Dhoni and Sadaf’s Ranchi connection and much more.

Important links to geek out more:

Nutrition Secrets by Ryan Fernando Podcast - Ep 1 IPL Nutrition

Gosht Biryani Recipe Card - Sanjeev Kapoor

Dhoni, Kohli, Sachin, Kapil & Sehwag in all BOOST Ads (1986-2020)

Why does Indian food not get the respect it deserves? - Vir Sanghvi

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Simblified
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#17: Can Social Movements Change the Balance of Power in Educational Systems?
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Reporters Without Orders
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Econ Central
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