For the Misra sisters, Suneeta and Susmita, food always was and continues to be an important part of their lives. This book is a labor of love, persistence and a desire to leave behind a culinary legacy. It contains an eclectic collection of recipes that have been painstakingly detailed and neatly categorized for easy reading and access. Each recipe has been replicated several times, savored and appreciated by family and friends.
The food stories that precede the recipes provide a montage of their personal journey of learning to cook, experiment and perfect the dishes.
There is just something very special and warm about cooking for your family. This cookbook strives to make cooking fashionable again and bring people back to the table to share, laugh and bond over food.
Ratings & Reviews
3 Ratings &
The Larousse Gastronomique of Indian cuisine
Not since Julia Child first picked up her saucepan has come a book that makes your culinary senses tingle in the way that "Cooking Up a Storm" does. Part cookbook, part culinary Bible, this is the only cookbook you will need this year - or any year. Cooking Up a Storm does to cookbooks what Dave Brubeck did to Jazz - it totally deconstructs what cooking should be by upending all the expectations you have from a cookbook. Clearly, no family feeds - or eats - quite the Misra Family Way!