Ahmedabad, India, December 10, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- My Great India Cookbook is the latest food-book written by charming and talented Chef Vikas Khanna. He believes that every grain and every dish brings forth a memory of comfort, families and celebrations. With this thought in his mind, he has come up with a collection of unique cooking recipes from Kashmir to Kanyakumari, from Rajasthan to West Bengal.
He takes us on a culinary journey across India to re-live and re-invoke the Indian cuisine. This book is full of the first hand experience that Vikas had while travelling all across India and experimenting with the variety of food. He has mentioned heartwarming anecdotes in the book and tries to trace the Indian culture of colors, comfort and celebration through the existing traditional Indian kitchen.
"Travelling for the book has been an amazing journey to discover so many new aspects of Indian food. I was in Bodhgaya (Bihar) where I spent the New Year at the Kalachakra with the Dalai Lama. I thoroughly enjoyed learning about the food of Bihar. Spending time with the Dalai Lama itself was a symbol of renewal for me," says Khanna.
The chef has travelled to UP, Orissa, Assam, Gujarat, Karnataka, Maharashtra and various other states of India to bring forth this amazing collection of recipes in one book. He adds that, "What touched my heart most was the Indian hospitality. Everywhere I went, this factor was common, despite language and cultural differences."
This unique cookbook has almost 100 easy to make recipes that will create magical culinary experience for the connoisseur and the foodies. It is one amazing collection of recipes put in a book with rich flavor and tradition of each beautiful Indian region one at a time.
Bring out the kitchen talent in you with this book. Infibeam is now taking preorders for this great recipe book. Infibeam is a leading online shopping site that endeavors to bring to you the latest books as soon as it is out in the market.
About The Author:
Vikas Khanna is one of the most popular Indian Chefs in the world. His inspiration for cooking came from his grandmother whom he observed in the kitchen. Ever since then he has been passionate about cooking and learnt the art of cooking. At the age of 17 he was up and running Lawrence Gardens Banquets which hosted weddings and family functions. Later, in 1991 he joined Welcome group Graduate School of Hotel Administration and founded SAANCH which was a cultural festival gala for bringing together the foods and tradition from various parts of India. He has worked for prestigious names in the hotel industry like Taj, Oberoi, Welcome group, and Leela Group of Hotels.
He opened up a restaurant in New York called Junoon. He became the host for the popular cooking show 'Master Chef India' and he has also been awarded with Michelin Starred Indian Chef. However, he is also known worldwide as a food writer, film-maker, and humanitarian. "My Great India Cookbook" is his latest offering for the foodie buffs.