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Aharam: Traditional Cuisine of Tamil Nadu

 
Sabita Radhakrishna (Author)
Synopsis Tamilian cookery has always had its own distinctive tradition, but to most non-Tamilians, only the stereotypes are distinguishable... the ubiquitous dosai, idlis, sambars and chutneys, without which southern cuisine would be incomplete. Few are aware of the rich repertoire of traditional Tamilian cookery, the non-vegetarian dishes, not heavily spiced, nor oily, but delightful in their variety and range, and their vegetarian counterparts.

Beseiged by requests from young brides and not-so-young ones, to give them the languishing recipes from the Tamilian communities, Sabita Radhakrishna was inspired to write this book, and for a beginning, recorded her mother's traditional recipes, trying each one out in her kitchen and then standardising and refitting it to suit the contemporary woman with her modern gadgets. She presents in Aharam an invaluable record of authentic Tamilian food.
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About the author

Sabita Radhakrishna

Sabita Radhakrishna is a Chennai based free lance writer and playwright contributing regularly for national newspapers like the Hindu, Times of India, India Today.  Good Housekeeping and other publications.  She was the first to introduce the boutique concept in Madras with her Amrapali Boutique.  Sabita was associated with NIFT Chennai as guest faculty, and presently she is a textile consultant at The Craft and Research Centre at Kalakshetra.  A foodie, Sabita has authored three cookbooks and Aharam the book on traditional Tamil cuisine won the Gourmand World Cookbook Award for 2002.  her book on Indian textiles will be published shortly.  Associated with National Television from its inception in Madras, Sabita scripted Doordarshan's Beyond the Storm which won the Transtel West German Award for the best documentary in 1986.  She was on the Central Board of Film Censors for a few years.  Sabita is on the Executive Committee of Crafts Council of India having held positions as Vice Chairperson and Joint Secretary.  She serves in an Educational Trust where deserving children below the poverty line receive scholarships.

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Bibliographic information

Title Aharam: Traditional Cuisine of Tamil Nadu
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2010
Edition Reprint.
Language: English
isbn 8176930202, 9788176930208
length 258p., Plates; Notes; Index; 25cm.