What are the best foods to try in Singapore and Kuala Lumpur? How do you judge wines and pair them with Indian foods? What would you order in Paris if you were a vegetarian? And which cheeses would you shop for abroad if you were carrying home a hamper? These are among the many foodie questions answered by Karen Anand in her collection of food writings published over the years and compiled in this informative book.Savour the flavours from around the world and catch up on global food trends. Also enjoy the special collection of recipes from different corners of the world woven into the articles.It is also extremely easy to grow in India, but make sure the seeds are basil ( sweet basil, Italian basil) and not tulsi, ... Traditionally, Indians cook it like any other sabzi, but this vegetable is wonderful raw in salads, especially in Russian salad and fish dishes. ... it to make an excellent Tom Yam soup a with stock, fresh coriander, green chillies, spring onions, lime juice and either mushrooms or prawns.
|Title||:||GOOD FOOD GOOD LIVING|
|Publisher||:||HarperCollins Publishers - 2012-11-27|