Curries & Bugles: A Memoir & Cookbook of the British Raj

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Periplus, 2000 - Cooking - 324 pages
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Author Jennifer Brennan grew up in the heart of the British Raj in India, a witness to the unique lifestyle and delectable cuisine born of the fusion between the Anglo and Indian worlds. In Curries and Bugles, winner of the 1990 Best Book in Literary Food Writing by the International Association of Culinary Professionals, Ms. Brennan entertains readers with tales from this captivating culture, offering hundreds of recipes for breakfasts, lunches, snacks, teas, celebrations, and more. From Mulligatawny Soup to savory Chicken Stuffed with Apricots, from sumptuous desserts like Kulfi Malai (Indian ice cream) to pungent teas, home cooks can recreate the authentic tastes of the British Raj with ease, while colorful stories from history and the author's own experience amuse and entertain.

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User Review  - Kyla - Goodreads

I read this every morning over cereal in bits and bites and although every Liberal Arts class I ever had says there is something to be said for the stodgy comfort of British food and routines like tea mixed with spicy unpredictable India. Comfort, but not the Edna Lewis kind. Read full review

About the author (2000)

Jennifer Brennan grew up in Pakistan and India and has spent many years in Southeast Asia. She is the author of "The Original Thai Cookbook."

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