Wednesday, January 21, 2009

Indian Home Cooking or Southern on Occasion

Indian Home Cooking: Quick, Easy, Delicious Recipes to Make at Home

Author: Jan Purser

Bring the savory delights of the great subcontinent into your home kitchen with this new installment of the Essential Asian Kitchen series. Indian Home Cooking features 60 authentic, yet simple Indian culinary classics. In no time, home cooks will be enjoying crisp, light dosai, whipping up batches of kulfi, sharing fabulous curries with friends, or mixing their own traditional spice blends-the backbone of Indian cooking. Serving and etiquette tips complement the easy-to-follow recipes and beautifully photographed dishes. The authors also include information on traditional equipment and ingredients and a special section on the history and regionality of Indian cuisine. Indian Home Cooking provides all the essentials for preparing and enjoying a traditional Indian meal.

Indian Home Cooking is the fifth book in the Essential Asian Kitchen series.

Author Bio:

Jan Purser is health and nutrition editor for Australian Good Taste and the author of A Taste of Indochina, Juices: Nature's Cure-All for Health and Vitality, and Meditation: Easy Techniques to Help You Relax and Focus.

Ajoy Joshi was trained in Chennai, India, and is Executive Chef of the Taj Group of Hotels. Ajoy lives in Sydney, Australia, and is the chef and co-owner of Nilgiri's Restaurant and Nilgiri's at Home.

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Southern on Occasion: A Companion to Inspire Gracious Living

Author: Junior League of Cobb Marietta

Southern...On Occasion guides you through thematic seasons of living in the South. On Occasion...plan a party choosing from tantalizing menus, including themes, decorating ideas, cooking tips, and party setups. On Occasion...reminisce with heartwarming stories and remembrances of what it is like to be Southern. A 1998 National Winner of the Tabasco Community Cookbook Award.

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