Let the record show that, at 00:22 on February… 23, 2022, I chose to spice things up with Finding Food Fluency–
More food in the here-and-now!
With that digital intro out of the way, today I will take you all on a brief tour of Toma’s Wine Cellar, a restaurant in Kutaisi, Georgia specializing in food from its home region of Imereti.
It’s a family production where Toma is the host, first shows you where the wine – and chacha, a Georgian firewater made of grape pomace – are made. Then, you’re treated to a supra, a feast of local specialties, all washed down with good conversation and relaxing vibes.
Since it’s at the family home, you must call or email Toma first; the info is in the video.
For your reference, the first vegetable in the video is called jonjoli, or Caucasian bladdernut (wow, so appetizing!). Thereafter, things start make a bit more sense.
გაამოთ (gaa-mot), or bon appétit!