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Customer Review

on 30 September 1997
A long time lover of Indian cuisine, and a recent beginner in personal preparation, skimming through this book in the store got me excited about some new dishes (and old favorites). The instructions are sparse (which I appreciated, I don't need to be told how to hold a whisk), and the anecdotal addendums were entertaining. The only bone I have to pick is that a few techniques which are not obvious are left to the reader to figure out how to do correctly. But since experimentation is the driving force behind cooking in my mind, maybe that's for the best. If you are already familiar with Indian food and its preparation, this is an enjoyable sit down read - I wouldn't copy down any of the recipes word for word, but it certainly gave me some ideas on new spice combinations to try in my other creations.
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