Cooking On The Run : An Average Indian Man's Encounter With Food

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Harper Collins, Sep 25, 2012 - Cooking - 192 pages
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Need a compass to find your way around the kitchen? Need your mum to help you fry an egg? Then Cooking on the Run is for you. It has all the crucial cooking tips you need to survive - easy shortcuts to a scrumptious meal, in minimal time, without too much effort. Learn how to whip up a basic vegetable stew. Master the complexities of the chicken biriyani. Even serve up traditional Indian desserts like kheer kamla or semaiyar payesh. There are recipes both traditional, like the mouth-watering aloo posto, and innovative, such as the pumpkin prawn and 'jumble' rice. Sports historian, journalist and writer Boria Majumdar writes about his hilarious adventures while navigating the treacherous culinary route, and discovering the joy and empowerment that comes with cooking. This is the ultimate clueless-Indian-man-evolves story. And who better than Boria to dole out useful tips on how to juggle a hectic lifestyle and long work hours in a foreign country, and still manage to eat healthy ghar ka khana? A must-have manual for every Indian man who's living his life on the run.
 

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Contents

Preniatch Jitters
Powerplay
Second Powerplay
Slog Overs
Winning Moments
And the Game Goes
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Boria Majumdar, a Rhodes scholar and founding trustee of the South Asia Research Foundation, is a senior research fellow at the University of Central Lancashire and an Adjunct Professor, University of South Australia. A consulting Editor with Times Global Broadcasting Company, he has written extensively on the history and politics of sport in India and the world both for the academic and the popular medium. As visiting professor at the University of Toronto, he has taught the history of the Commonwealth Games for over four years now with Professor Bruce Kidd. He will be covering the 2010 Commonwealth Games for Times Now Television.

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