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Savoring the Spice Coast of India: Fresh Flavors from Kerala

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Hardcover, 240 pages
Published August 1st 2000 by Morrow Cookbooks
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Kelli Oliver George
Mar 17, 2008 Kelli Oliver George rated it it was amazing
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When I began dating a Malayalee from India, I knew that I needed to find out how to cook the cuisine of his native Kerala. Hot diggity damn - this book kicks ass. It is my cooking bible and I use it to this day when I cook for my Malayalee HUSBAND. Let us just say that I probably owe Maya Kaimal something - for truly, the path to a man's heart is through his stomach. :-)
Bill DeGenaro
Jan 29, 2012 Bill DeGenaro rated it it was amazing
This book has some of the most beautiful pictures of spices I've ever seen. The writer's love of food is visible on every single page. The peppery chickpea recipe...the garbanzo bean hasn't had a finer moment since the invention of hummus. This might be my favorite cookbook of all time.
Hannah
Mar 12, 2009 Hannah rated it liked it
This was great for filling in the gaps in my Keralan cooking education--in addition to the usual Syrian-Christian dishes, the author also gave some attention to Moppila (Muslim) and Jewish cuisine from Kerala. There are also plenty of shortcuts for people who are into that kind of thing.
Susannah
Feb 25, 2008 Susannah rated it it was amazing
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If you're only familiar with heavier Northern Indian cooking, this cookbook captures the fresh, lighter flavors of the southern coast of India deliciously! The recipes are easy and totally worth the trouble. I've tried nearly all of them and not been disappointed by one yet.
Brenden Steltz
Aug 09, 2009 Brenden Steltz rated it it was amazing
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This is a beautiful book, full of incredible recipes. I have had nothing but good luck with these wonderful dishes. Every one I have tried has been straight-forward and delicious. The book is nicely published and filled with fascinating color photos from South India.
Molly
Feb 15, 2009 Molly rated it really liked it
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A small collection of recipes, but wonderful pictures.
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