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|Publisher||Cambridge University Press|
|Number of Pages||108 Pages|
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Apr 14, 2012
Gentle labour of lovePart recipes, part memoir, part fiction, part poems - Ragi-Ragini on the whole is a gentle love letter to Ragi. No matter why you are picking up this slim volume, be it for health, taste, curiosity or research on Bahinabai, you will not be disappointed. Charmingly illustrated by the author and designed to be a tactile pleasure, this book is comforting in a way only home food can be.
Feb 28, 2012
Ragi-RaginiWas a 'delight to read' Loved the simple straight from the heart plot no complicated twists n turns. Extremely simple yet so much to take away from it...recipes and rustic truths that make up the fabric of our lives.Parvi n again back to Parvi the story neatly comes full circle. It is about two girls n how they are the mother's strength yet the focus is not the girl child, in the sense we know.The book also focuses on the ovis of Bahinabai...lines familiar in many parts of the rural scenario all around the country, though of course sung in the local dialect of that region, women singing to k… (Expand)
Aug 25, 2014
Good Buy.Excellent book with great recipes and a pleasure to read. Happy I bought it. The ovi is just added bonus and great to read.
Jun 15, 2013
Touching all the right chordsRead and re-read the book while trying many recipes from it.It always brought back the memories of my aai and aaji trying out and passing down new recipes to me over the years.........Bahinabai is incorporated in proper doses without making the book preachy....The recipes open new avenues of healthy eating!
Jun 2, 2012
Ragi RaginiThis is a must read for three simple reasons