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'Design' is believed to be deep rooted into inspiration, which inturn has its traces from memories. Design can also be called a summation of expression of recollections of the past which one would wish everyone could celebrate unanimously. In many cases, we cherish memories of our fiests from the past, preparations by amma, traditional recipes prepared on auspicious occassions by ajji, various shapes and forms of food, the smells, the vapor rising from the hot tea, the butter and ghee, and you know I could go on with so many more which we all could resonate well with.
I recently shifted cities and I yearn for the Bombay Sandwich now, which inspired me to build this piece. Sandwich making is more of a performance to me, each maker has his own way of chopping, slicing, mixing, garnishing, spredding the butter/sauce, and the eventual climax of cutting the layers into pieces depending on comfort of the person who has ordered for it. For me this is not just a cutting board, it is a piece which takes me back to the dialogue “ bhaiyya nau piece karna” or “bhaiyya cross me kaatna”. Interesting isn’t it, that some preparations have innumerable amount of variations of presenting it, and surprisingly, we are never (ever) tired of trying them. This piece is the product of all those conversations going on in my head since the first days that I came to Bangalore.
It is a square board around 12”x 12”x0.75” dedicated to the wonders of the shapes in which we want our sandwiches to be cut. Wood used is American Walnut and Beech, finished with foodsafe cutting board oil. Here's to 'The Bombay Sandwich'