ISBN 9788129118578,Romancing The Chilli

Romancing The Chilli


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ISBN 9788129118578

Rupa & Co

Publication Year 2011

ISBN 9788129118578

ISBN-10 8129118572

Hard Back

Number of Pages 180 Pages
Language (English)

Cooking with herbs & spices

Romancing the Chilli is a book about the enduring heritage of the chilli in India and across the world. Visually and intellectually stimulating, this book traces the history of the chilli in the Indian subcontinent and around the world, along with its morphological, genetic and farm-to-plate journeys. The effect of the chilli on Indian and world cuisine, popular culture, the human body, its science, biology and applications are described in detail. More than forty varieties of chillies from India, Mexico, China, Africa and their applications have been documented with photos. The book includes a photo-documentation of more than forty-five traditional dry and wet chutney recipes from different parts of the country and a few from Mexico, Africa, China and Thailand. Each chutney is illustrated with snippets of history, gourmet tips and traditional health benefits of each. Chutneys from across India, from traditional vegetables, fruits and oil seeds ? flax seeds, niger seeds, pumpkin, gongura, dal, garlic, brinjal, kokum and many other chutneys will spice up the palate of readers! The book has been thoroughly researched by locating traditional recipes, talking to grandmothers, gourmet chefs, chilli PhDs, chilli traders and farmers from various parts of India. About the Author Sunita Gogate is a veteran of the Indian and International School systems, having worked with the SSC and IB systems for many years. She is now a stay-at-home mom and loves experimenting with food from all over the world, hosting parties and cooking exotic food. She lives in Raleigh, Nort Carolina, USA with her husband Shrikant and children Pranav and Mihika. Sunil Jalihal is an IT professional who has worked for Wipro, Siemens, Hewlett- Packard before becoming a technology entrepreneur. Sunil has keen interest in organic food, green technologies, heritage and history. His work and vacations have taken him to various parts of the world, where his foodie instincts have taken him on culinary adventures with local food of many regions. He is currently working on a new venture in the mobile technology space and supporting various green initiatives. He lives in Pune, India with his wife Padmaja and daughter Smriti and Kriti.

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