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A celebrated food writer serves up a delicious diversity of Indian foods in this dazzling cookbook-memoir.

Self-professed ‘Masala Memsahib’ Karen Anand takes us on a journey across five Indian states – Goa, Gujarat, Kerala, Maharashtra and West Bengal – and introduces us to mouth-watering local cuisines, diverse eating practices and fabulous culinary histories. Each of the book’s sections is a window into Karen’s remarkable adventures with food, interspersed with the most distinctive recipes from the regions she visits, from the piquant prawn balchao to the soulful Mulligatawny.

Illustrated throughout with absorbing photographs from kitchens as well as the streets, this spectacular cookbook from one of India’s most well-loved and widely travelled food writers goes far beyond the tired tropes of Indian cooking and brings home the authentic tastes and qualities of our nation’s myriad cuisines. Packed with 100-plus ludicrously delicious, easy-to-use recipes, it is a true collectible.

 

 
 

About the Author

Widely regarded as one of India’s first food gurus, Karen Anand has been influencing the way people eat and perceive good food in India for over thirty years. A prolific writer, she has published numerous books including the bestselling Good Food Good Living and Simple Cooking for Smart Men, and co-authored The Penguin Food Lovers’ Guide to India and Nepal. Her twelve-book series entitled Simple Cooking was nominated for the Gourmand World Cookbook Awards in Paris. Karen continues to write extensively about food, with columns appearing in Brunch and the Sunday Telegraph. She is the recipient of the Trophée de l’Esprit Alimentaire (Food & Spirit Award) for Culture from the French Government and the winner of the French Ambassador’s Travel Writer Award. Karen also runs a successful gourmet business and consults for luxury hotels and restaurants. Between all this, she ensures there is always time to cook.

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Masala Memsahib Recipes And Stories From My Culinary Adventures In India

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  • ISBN: 9789390742042
  • Author: Karen Anand
  • Publisher: Pan Macmillan
  • Pages: 240
  • Format: Paperback

Book Description

A celebrated food writer serves up a delicious diversity of Indian foods in this dazzling cookbook-memoir.

Self-professed ‘Masala Memsahib’ Karen Anand takes us on a journey across five Indian states – Goa, Gujarat, Kerala, Maharashtra and West Bengal – and introduces us to mouth-watering local cuisines, diverse eating practices and fabulous culinary histories. Each of the book’s sections is a window into Karen’s remarkable adventures with food, interspersed with the most distinctive recipes from the regions she visits, from the piquant prawn balchao to the soulful Mulligatawny.

Illustrated throughout with absorbing photographs from kitchens as well as the streets, this spectacular cookbook from one of India’s most well-loved and widely travelled food writers goes far beyond the tired tropes of Indian cooking and brings home the authentic tastes and qualities of our nation’s myriad cuisines. Packed with 100-plus ludicrously delicious, easy-to-use recipes, it is a true collectible.

 

 
 

About the Author

Widely regarded as one of India’s first food gurus, Karen Anand has been influencing the way people eat and perceive good food in India for over thirty years. A prolific writer, she has published numerous books including the bestselling Good Food Good Living and Simple Cooking for Smart Men, and co-authored The Penguin Food Lovers’ Guide to India and Nepal. Her twelve-book series entitled Simple Cooking was nominated for the Gourmand World Cookbook Awards in Paris. Karen continues to write extensively about food, with columns appearing in Brunch and the Sunday Telegraph. She is the recipient of the Trophée de l’Esprit Alimentaire (Food & Spirit Award) for Culture from the French Government and the winner of the French Ambassador’s Travel Writer Award. Karen also runs a successful gourmet business and consults for luxury hotels and restaurants. Between all this, she ensures there is always time to cook.

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