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My Two Souths: Blending the Flavors of India into a Southern Kitchen Hardcover – October 11, 2016
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"Certainly worthy of all the buzz... I love taking something familiar and switching it up and creating a dish that is new and exciting... a must have."
"Asha Gomez bridges the gulf between the two regions' food cultures with ease, all the while pushing the border-blurring recipes way beyond fusion-a kind of F word to many in the food world...But credit to the authors for simplifying, explaining, and telling you how to make dinner in one page or less."
"It is her command of the Indian spice box that emboldens her to kick up the heat in ways that Emeril never will. Hers is Southern cooking, through and through."?-The New York Times
"The author's sure hand and Kerala roots make for a stunning fusion of culinary traditions."?-The Washington Post
"Food that remaps the geography of home and heart."?-Atlanta Journal Constitution
"Gomez is all about storytelling: Diners at Spice to Table get the histories behind the dishes...That same depth of history and personal connection appears on the pages of My Two Souths."?-Eater.com
"It's Asha's real life that makes the food in her book so pleasant. It's food that
hugs you back."?-Food52
"A South Indian cook moves to the American South and deliciousness ensues."?-thekitchn.com
"Blends her two culinary worlds of India and Southern food with delicious results."?-Shelf Awareness for Readers
About the Author
Asha Gomez was born in the Kerala region of Southern India, and came to settle in Atlanta when she married. In 2010 she started the "Spice Route Supper Club," where she hosted monthly dinners in her home, and soon became a sensation in the Atlanta culinary scene. She opened Cardamom Hill in 2012, which was given a "Best New Restaurant" award from Bon Appetit, Southern Living, and the James Beard foundation. Asha was named one of Food & Wine magazine's Best New Chef for both 2013 and 2014. She has now expanded her restaurants to include two other venues, The Third Space and Spice to Table. She lives in Atlanta.
Martha Hall Foose wrote the James Beard Award-winning southern cookbook, Screen Doors and Sweet Tea and A Southerly Course: Recipes & Stories from Close to Home. She lives in Oxford, Mississippi.
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Egg Appams: I recognize this from my childhood in India.
Spice-to-table Oatmeal: A nice, filling breakfast item
Blueberry Lime Muffins: The mace in this was revelatory! Not overpowering at all, and really works well.
Puffy Ginger Hoecakes: Crispy deliciousness!
Golden Kichadi Grits: A nice, filling breakfast item
Cardamom Stewed Plantains: Really delicious fruit-based breakfast
Quick Tellicherry Buttermilk Biscuits: Love the bite of the Tellicherry pepper
Country Captain with Lemon Relish: Really delicious
Southern-Style Pork Vindaloo and Green Bean Verakka with Cardamom Cornbread: This was the only dish I didn't like as much as other dishes, only because I'm from Goa where we have vindaloo too - just not much tomato in it. The green bean verakka was outstanding.
Black Cardamom Smothered Pork Chops: This was the first recipe we cooked. May be our favorite one.
Mess-o-Greens with Ham Hocks and Jalapenos: Love us some greens!
Railways Beef Curry: A really nice beef curry
Puff Pastry Samosa Pockets: Made the one with sirloin filling, my wife left me just one... under duress
Dutch Cake Rusk: Like Biscotti, really nice!
Shishito Pepper Crawfish with Polenta: Used shrimp instead, really good polenta
Mint Masala Roasted Chicken with Fennel and Potato: Close second for our favorite recipe
The way Asha combines the flavors of India and America is brilliant - the resultant dishes are recognizable as both American and Indian. I intend to cook through the entire book.
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