Dining With the Maharajas: A Thousand Years of Culinary Tradition
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This luxuriously produced tribute to the culinary traditions of India’s former princely classes combines social history and recipes with beautiful photography of the palaces in which the food was served. Prasada, a journalist who married into the Kapurthala royal family, has obviously enjoyed a great deal of cooperation from members of some of the great dynasties, allowing her to present a remarkably intimate look at the way traditions have survived into the modern day. A separate recipe booklet is included for kitchen use.
Hardcover. Color photographs throughout. Lavish padded velour binding.