M. Damodaran

Other names of M. Damodaran: Dr. Chef Damodaran

Dr. Chef Damodaran K or Damu as one may address him is a renowned TV host. He is a much-loved food eater and even a show presenter and a very good TV cook who has presented many primetime series of recipes on TV channel. Off his TV channel works, he loves to find out the old and tasty recipes of south India from its villages and even visits old-fashioned village shop from where he learns to find out that the old culinary tastes and habits had never faded away still. He still travels across many South Indian states to discover that our country is still the biggest, spiciest and most wonderful cookery base in the world.

He has the Guinness Record for making the longest ever dosa (49.4 feet) and even tried his luck to make the biggest idli. He was the recipient of a Lifetime Achievement award for his years of good service, by South Indian Culinary Association recently. Now the latest buzz in town is that Dhamu is all set to make his Kollywood debut with the film ‘Ulkuthu’ which will have star cast of Rajendran, Bala Saravanan Bala Saravanan is an Indian Tamil cinema actor. He >> Read More... Bala Saravanan , and Caarthick Raju Caarthick Raju is a Tamil film director and visual >> Read More... Caarthick Raju will direct the film. To his credit, he was associated with a cookery show on Jaya TV and Polimer TV as well. The show ‘ Suvaiyo Suvai Suvaiyo Suvai is a Tamil language cookery show whi >> Read More... Suvaiyo Suvai ’ (Jaya TV) was one the cookery show that was telecast on every Friday at 6.30 PM. And another show ‘Namma Ooru Samayal’(Polymer TV) was telecast afternoon daily.

People in South India (Tamil Nadu) are big fans of ‘Damu Sir’ as all his chef shows are basically stomach-churning shows. His appearance alone makes his show awesome, and his love of eating any food and all his food recipes can be daily cooked up as dishes at home and even at the restaurant. The Guinness Chef also hosted another show ‘Samayal Darbar’ on NDTV Hindu. He was born in Madras (Chennai) on September 3, 1954. He has done yeomen service to students of hotel and catering management by writing books. The TV host has traveled across the world like Thailand, Singapore, France, England, and Italy, etc. in search of best continental food habits that made him much-loved food writer in Chennai now. He is a person known to us for his down-to-earth cooking style who is happy to chat and communicate with a winning, charismatic smile.

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