Overview for Vegetarian: Indian Homestyle Cooking
Our eating pattern and cooking methods have changed with time and will continue to do so. Where hearth, wood and stove were used; gas, oven and microwave have come in. Because of these changes not only food of our states but also international cuisine make their presence felt in our homes. Now everyone desires to have tasty and nutritious food available right at home. How to make old and forgotten dishes in the modern form with convenience; this fact also has been borne in mind. Hunger is aroused not only by fragrance but also by the look of food. In this book every recipe is presented with photograph so that we can get a feel of the dish before it is made, just as we like to see the model of the house before it is constructed. Dishes are illustrated with close range photographs so that it is convenient to understand the text which too has been designed with a view to simplify cooking.
K.K. Sharma (Author)
K.K. Sharma, Ph.D., D.Litt., former Professor of English, University of Allahabad, is currently the Editor of the Scholarly research journal, Points of View. He is well-known for his books and articles both in India and abroad. Some of his notable full-length studies are: Joyce Cary: His theme and Techniques; Modern Fictional Theorists: Virginia Wolf and D.H. Lawrence; Bhabani Bhattacharya: His Vision and Themes; Tradition in Modern Novel Theory; Rabindranath Tagoreâ€™s Aesthetics; The Partition in Indian English Novels; Four Great Indian English Novelsists; The Litterateur as Art-theorist; Feminism, Censorship and other Essays; Indo-English Literature: A Collection of critical Essays (Ed.); perspectives on Raja Rao (Ed.); perspectives of Sarojini Naidu (Ed.); Indian English Literature: A perspective (Ed.); Bhabani Bhattacharya: Some points of view (Ed.); Feminism and Literature (Ed.); Film and Literature (Ed.); and Censorships and Literature (Ed.)