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Dining with the Maharajas: Thousand Years of Culinary Tradition presents readers with a detailed account of the cuisine of Indian royalty across the country.
Summary of the Book
Indian Sultans and rulers knew what made a good meal. They were famous for their cuisine, and their most favourite dishes have become a staunch part of each state’s cuisine. In this book, the writers present a collection of recipes required to throw together a royal banquet of your own. Readers are introduced to mouthwatering images of royal culinary delights, including complete recipes to entice anyone. Including a Kitchen Copy of the recipes for daily use, this collector’s edition brings the mystery and magic of Indian yesteryears alive once again. It includes photos of Indian rulers in the kitchen, cooking and discovering new recipes. It makes a valuable addition to the library of every food connoisseur.
About the Authors
Neha Prasad is an Indian food critic. Ashima Narain is a photographer.
|Weight||6.0 Pounds (US)|
|Height||12.2 Inches (US)|
|Width||1.9 Inches (US)|
|Authored By||Neha Prasada|
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Nov 28, 2014
RISSALA POLOGREAT BOOK WITH GREAT IDEAS AND SUPERB PICTURES. A GREAT WORK AND WORTH ONES PERSONAL COLLECTION. MUST HAVE IN FOOD FREAKS LIB
Nov 28, 2012
Outstandingly InsightfulIndias Maharani’s and Maharaja's have intrigued us for generations and have contributed to making ours a magical & mystical land with their their palaces, pomp & pageantry. The royal kitchens have always held a sense of rich, secret recipes which come alive in this fabulous book with its stunning photography. What a wonderful book to own and to gift.
Nov 22, 2012
Photos are amazing!The recipes are of course excellent and really make you feel like a king, but the photos have truly captured the essence of royalty. Its like you are in the palaces themselves. And even the food is photographed much better than most cookbooks, I think this is an excellent Diwali, Xmas or even birthday present. Well done!
Nov 21, 2012
Dining with the Maharaja'sIts an incredibly intimate insight into the heart of the palaces and the stomachs of the Maharaja's. Its a rare invitation to actually see where and how they live and its great to see that there is still a great tradition alive of inter generation culinary knowledge transfer! Good recipes and of course beautifully shot,