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The Penguin Food Guide To India

Author : Charmaine O' Brien
ISBN : 9789351185758
Genre : Cooking
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This first-ever comprehensive guide to regional food across India takes you on a mouth-watering journey through the homes, streets and restaurants of each state, exploring exotic and everyday fare in equal measure. Be it the lime-laced Moplah biryani, the Goan Galinha cafreal, the bhang ka raita of Uttarakhand, or the Singpho people’s Wu san tikye, India’s rich palette of flavours is sure to drum up an insatiable appetite in you. Laden with historical information, cultural insights and personalized recommendations, The Penguin Food Guide to India is your ideal companion to the delightful world of Indian cuisine.

The Penguin Food Lover S Guide To India Nepal

Author : Karen Anand
ISBN : UOM:39015041349831
Genre : Restaurants
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A Matter Of Taste

Author : Nilanjana S. Roy
ISBN : 0143031481
Genre : Cookery, Indic
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A delectable collection of writing on food and its place in our lives that brings together some of the most significant Indian voices over the last century. From lavish meals, modern diets and cooking lessons that serve as a rite of passage to fake fasts and real ones, fish, feni, and fiery meals that smack of revenge, this book has something to satisfy every palate. Gandhi's guilt-ridden account of his failed flirtation with eating meat starkly complements Ruchir Joshi's toast to the senses as he describes his characters discovering a truly alternative use for some perfectly innocent shrikhand. In unique gastronomic takes on history, Salman Rushdie, Amitav Ghosh and Saadat Hasan Manto ensure that we will never look at chutney, a Tibetan momo or jelly in quite the same way again.

The Colonial Kitchen

Author : Charmaine O'Brien
ISBN : 9781442249820
Genre : Cooking
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The first Europeans to settle on the Aboriginal land that would become know as Australia arrived in 1788. From the first these colonists were accused of ineptitude when it came to feeding themselves: as legend has it they nearly starved to death because they were hopeless agriculturists and ignored indigenous foods. As the colony developed Australians developed a reputation as dreadful cooks and uncouth eaters who gorged themselves on meat and disdained vegetables. By the end of the nineteenth century the Australian diet was routinely described as one of poorly cooked mutton, damper, cabbage, potatoes and leaden puddings all washed down with an ocean of saccharine sweet tea: These stereotypes have been allowed to stand as representing Australia’s colonial food history. Contemporary Australians have embraced ‘exotic’ European and Asian cuisines and blended elements of these to begin to shape a distinctive “Australian” style of cookery but they have tended to ignore, or ridicule, what they believe to be the terrible English cuisine of their colonial ancestors largely because of these prevailing negative stereotypes. The Colonial Kitchen: Australia 1788- 1901 challenges the notion that colonial Australians were all diabolical cooks and ill-mannered eaters through a rich and nuanced exploration of their kitchens, gardens and dining rooms; who was writing about food and what their purpose might have been; and the social and cultural factors at play on shaping what, how and when they at ate and how this was represented.

A Personal Guide To India And Bhutan

Author : Christine Manfield
ISBN : 1921383925
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India: an explosion of colour and light; of magic and chaos. A paradise for foodies and a feast for every sense. The depth and variety of food in India is incredible and this guidebook should be your starting point for your own gastronomic adventures. Indians are renowned for their generosity and hospitality, and the delights of travelling in India are infinite. You could be invited to share home-cooked food at the family table in a private house, savour delectable snacks from a street vendor, or experience the thrill of an early-morning train ride with the ubiquitous cup of chai. Each chapter contains essential sights, local eats, top places to stay and the best places to shop. This personal tour from well-loved chef Christine Manfield is the result of years exploring India, the Himalayas and Bhutan - the perfect companion for travellers who want to find the really special places to eat and stay. Chapters cover a large region of India, including most states, such as Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Punjab and Gurjarat as well as Bhutan and the Himalayas. Many of the capital cities are also visited, like Bombay (Mumbai), Dehli, Chennai, Goa, Lucknow, Calcutta (Kolkata), as well as many more off the beaten track. Review for Tasting India Tasting India is a divine tribute to this fascinating country.- Weekend Australian, 22 October 2011

The Penguin Guide To Vaastu

Author : Sashikala Ananth
ISBN : 014027863X
Genre : Aesthetics, Indic
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The Penguin Guide To Vaastu Is A Meticulously Researched Book That Seeks To Place The Ancient Indian Art Of Vaastu In Its Proper Perspective As A Highly Evolved Science. Supplemented With Beautiful Illustrations, This Authoritative Volume Combines Ancient Wisdom With The Needs Of A Modern And Transitional Society

The Essential Kerala Cookbook

Author : Vijayan Kannampilly
ISBN : 0143029509
Genre : Cookery
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A Comprehensive Collection Of Recipes That Brings Together The Best Of Traditional Cuisine From India.

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