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This is ambitious and interesting. India and Pakistan are not the best of friends. The neighbors are now competing in a reality TV show called Foodistan that pit chefs and musicians against each other. Producers hope the contests will help bring the two countries closer together. Very ambitious indeed.
The show has only just started and problems have started already. The top Pakistani chef quit the contest, accusing the judges of bias toward India. He is threatening to sue.
The show will certainly bring many challenges. Even though they are neighbors, Indians don't know what Pakistani food is like and vice versa. There is significant overlap in the cuisines of both countries, as well as big differences. Pakistani dishes often include beef, which is not eaten by many people in India for religious reasons. India has more vegetarian dishes, and the food is often cooked with ingredients like coconut milk that are rarely found in Pakistan.
If this works, maybe the Koreans can give it a try too.