Grains greens and grated coconuts

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grains greens and grated coconuts

Grains, Greens, and Grated Coconuts: Recipes and Remembrances of a Vegetarian Legacy by Ammini Ramachandran

Grains, Greens, and Grated Coconuts is more than a cookbook-it is a collection of treasured memories and delicious family recipes presented against a backdrop of Indian culinary and cultural history. Augmented with an extensive bibliography, the book is also a wonderful guide to cooking with herbs and spices. A comprehensive glossary provides the origins and history of each grain and spice. Familiar with Western cooking methods, Ramachandran shows how to integrate these recipes into a Western-style menu and suggests ways for home cooks to expand their repertoire without having to create an entire menu of dishes. Culinary historians and home cooks alike will enjoy Ramachandrans treasured stories and recipes in Grains, Greens, and Grated Coconuts, -Monica Bhide, Writer and Author of The Spice is Right & Everything Indian Cookbook

Grains, Greens, and Grated Coconuts is a labor of love . offering both mouth-watering recipes and a personal account of an ancient matrilineal culture. Highly educational yet approachable, this is a must-have for anyone interested in the food and customs of the Indian subcontinent.

-Suneeta Vaswani, Cooking School Teacher and Author of Easy Indian Cooking
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Grains, Greens, and Grated Coconuts

Other books have ably explored India's far southern territory, but Ms. Ramachandran reveals amazing range and depth in Kerala's Hindu vegetarian traditions. It's a wonderful tribute to Kerala and a stunning gift for the rest of us. It is at once scholarly, yet accessible, and especially charming for its delicious recipes and intriguing stories from the royal kitchens of Kochi. Augmented with an extensive bibliography, the book is also a wonderful guide to cooking with herbs and spices.

Call it kismet, but out of the blue, my publisher sent me a review copy of an Indian cookbook by Ammini Ramachandran titled Grains, Greens, and Grated Coconuts. It just so happens that I had already scheduled Before the Rains as my Chopstick Cinema feature film, and amazingly and unbeknownst to me until now , Ammini Ramachandran's native homeland of Kerala, India, the focus of the cookbook, is the setting for the film. Grains, Greens, and Grated Coconuts is a one-of-a-kind cookbook, and is as much a personal narrative and cultural history as it is a source of unique ingredients and recipes. The first ninety pages are devoted to Ramachandran's vivid and detailed recollections of the kitchen in her family home, the feasts that were prepared there, and the holidays and rituals that she joined in celebration throughout her childhood. Together they weave a rich tapestry that forms a backdrop for the enticing recipes that follow.

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Grains, Greens, and Grated Coconuts: Recipes and Remembrances of a Vegetarian Legacy

Ramachandran reveals amazing range and depth in Kerala's Hindu vegetarian traditions. It's a wonderful tribute to Kerala and a stunning gift for the rest of us.

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She draws you into her childhood memories. She walks you into her world of culture and traditions. She leads you deeper into the history of her land and her people. And, she regales you with vegetarian recipes from the royal family of Kochi and from the people of the bountiful Indian state of Kerala. The title itself evokes visuals of lush landscapes, rich produce and delightful recipes! And the book does not disappoint.

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