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The Penguin Food Guide To India

The Penguin Food Guide To India

Charmaine O'Brien
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Overview

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.

Imprint: Penguin

Published: Dec/2013

ISBN: 9780143414568

Length : 424 Pages

The Penguin Food Guide To India

Charmaine O'Brien
Overview

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.

Select Preferred Format

Charmaine O'Brien

Charmaine O’Brien is an independent culinary writer, historian and educator. She is the author of Flavours of Delhi: A Food Lover’s Guide, Recipes from an Urban Village: A Cookbook from Basti Hazrat Nizamuddin and Flavours of Melbourne: A Culinary Biography. She also teaches Indian cookery; designs and caters special-occasion meals; works with individuals to reconnect them to psychosocial and physical wellness through eating and cookery practices; and writes the blog www.eatingindia.com. She writes to unravel the world and put it all back together so that all roads lead to food. It is her way of channelling her constant thought of ‘what shall I eat next’ into something more interesting than excess kilos. Charmaine is currently working on a book about food in colonial Australia.