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"Some of the photographs in this book are so beautiful they look like carefully crafted dishes made for a glossy magazine shoot...the recipes are delicious and can easily be recreated using ingredients found in the West . . . a pure pleasure."-- Sunday Telegraph
"This wonderful blend of both cookbook and photo journey is a feast for the palate as well as the eyes. " --Tuscon Citizen
Sephi Bergerson is an independent photographer based in New Delhi since 2002. Previously a commercial photographer and president of the Professional Photographers’ Association in Israel, he received the Hazel Greenwald award for documentary photography in 1991 and was nominated for Photographer of the Year in 1998.
I purchased this book as my wife wanted to read more about foods she missed from home.
After perusing the book, I did make a couple of the items featured in the book and consulted the recipes too. hmm..hmm..good!!!
The reason I couldn't give this book a five star rating is because of the above-noted impracticality of the recipes.
A cookbook of sorts but I enjoyed the plethora of lavish photography for each item and simple write-ups and description. A really gorgeous book to pore through.Published 15 months ago by Sibelius
This is a great book for my wife. She is Indian, but knows very little of the cooking culture. She will have a good time flipping through this book.Published 20 months ago by Good shoe - bad shoe size
I purchased this book as my wife wanted to read more about foods she missed from home. Now she wants to open a restaurant of her own now. Read morePublished on February 14, 2012 by T. Brant
Like I said, I wanted recipes. Just got this for Christmas and I was really disappointed once I had a chance to look through the book. Read morePublished on December 30, 2011 by William Hopke
Bought this gift for an ex-chef from a restaurant. They love it. Great concept, good layout, and a solid coffee table book.Published on October 2, 2011 by Mr. Dip
Great photos of India, but the recipes are not specific enough for me....I cook Indian food very frequently and find that Julie Sahni's recipes, although long, make for delicious... Read morePublished on March 7, 2011 by asiana