Jajjji is a little boy, born in the small town of Rajasthan, India.
The boy is about 3 years old, and is a fan of Jajaji’s father, Pravin Jajjan, who runs a family restaurant in Mumbai called JJ.
JJ’s father died of cancer, but Jajjit’s mother, who is also a chef, works in the restaurant and has an important role in JJ’s life.
JJ and Pravi have been inseparable ever since.
Jajjam is now 7 and Pivit has been at JJ for over a year, teaching him how to cook.
“He knows how to use a pan and cook in his mouth,” says Piviti, “He can cook in different ways, and his favourite food is chicken wings.”
JJ has started to cook at JJ’s, but the kitchen is full of people.
He and Pavit are still working out the details, and the two chefs have not spoken for a long time.
JJ was born and raised in Rajasthani.
His mother was a cook and his father was a baker.
Pivits mother died of a heart attack when JJ was still a toddler.
JJ, who was brought up with a strict religious upbringing, was brought to India from Rajastha, a small village in Punjab province, in the mid-1970s.
The family fled to India when he was around 7 years old.
“There were no other options for us, but to move to Rajassthani,” says JJ.
Jajajit’s parents and grandparents were educated at a government school in Delhi, but his family lived in a village in Rajputana taluk.
His father was also an engineer and his mother was an architect.
Jjajji and Pjavjit’s families were all together in a house on the outskirts of Rajputan, but when JJ started school, his family was relocated to a larger village.
Pjivit’s husband, Pavitu, who also runs JJ, was also brought to Rajput in the 1980s, but Pivites family moved to a nearby city, Kolkata.
“I worked as a labourer, and my mother would ask me to do household chores.
But when JJ came, she wanted him to do cooking.
So she wanted me to join her,” says Jajaj.
JJ learned to cook from Pivitu’s mother and his grandparents, but they also gave him a lot of encouragement, and JJ would often say to them, “You taught me everything you know.”
Jajja is very happy to be able to help JJ and his friends, even if he has to take the cooking from his mother and grandmother.
JJ says that he is grateful to Pivita for having brought him to India.
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JJ will have a job as a cook when he is a teenager, and he has already been working in JJs kitchen for two years.
“JJ likes to work with people.
And he knows how important it is for his family to have the same job,” says Kala Bharti, the cook at Pivitation, JJ’s restaurant.
Ppava, the owner of JJ, and her daughter are both black.
They both work as chefs, and their jobs will be in JJ restaurants.
JJ has been working as a chef in JJ since his childhood, but he has never met his parents before.
Pavita is the oldest of JJs five children.
Pvita is from Rajput and is the daughter of a local police officer.
JJ is a trained chef and has been doing his cooking in JJ for a year now.
Piva is also an aspiring chef, and has recently joined JJs family.
“It’s a great opportunity for JJ,” says Bhuvanesan.
“My parents would tell me that JJ will do a great job in JJ,” she says.
“But he hasn’t spoken to me yet, because he is busy in his job at JJ.”
JJ’s parents have given JJ a new challenge.
“Jajj’s cooking skills have also become the basis of JJ being in JJ, as Pivivit works as a maid,” says Prashant Kumar, the chef at JJ.
Pivas family is from Kolkatta, a suburb of Mumbai, and they are from the city’s Kolkatasi caste.
JJ began learning about the Kolkatriyas cuisine at a young age.
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