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Hungry? Who Are You Kidding, I'm Always Hungry!

Advantages: Fun, informal, a basic range of go-to recipes for a more novice cook, healthy
Disadvantages: Not very advanced, some people would prefer more recipes, cost new, company ownership

I have an addiction to cookery books. The stupid thing is that I rarely truly follow a recipe - but I love to have them for inspiration, I can read them like novels and I find them oddly comforting. I recently decided to go for a random walk down our (f ...

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Review of Hungry? The Innocent Recipe Book for Filling Your Family with Good Stuff - Innocent

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Still Hungry...

Advantages: Easy to follow instructions
Disadvantages: Nothing very exciting, lack of photos

With a family of five to feed, I'm always on the lookout for new and exciting recipes to keep hunger at bay. I'm familiar with the Innocent brand due to their range of chilled smoothies and healthy ready meals, so I was intrigued to discover that there wa ...

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The Sweet (and Spicy) Taste of India

Advantages: An in-depth look at traditions of Indian food + recipes
Disadvantages: Some recipes take a lot of preparation

Camellia Panjabi leaves no stone unturned for Western lovers of her country's food in this little volume that is more than just a recipe book. Following an introduction there is a page with a map alongside on culinary India, and then a chapter on The Phil ...

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Review of 50 Great Curries of India - Camellia Panjabi

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The good, the bad, and the...

Advantages: Very interesting book with lots of background information
Disadvantages: An awful lot of faffing about with some of the recipes

THE GOOD The author, Camellia Panjabi, was born in Bombay (now Mumbai), educated at Cambridge, and subsequently became an internationally successful restaurateur bringing the delights of regional Indian cuisine to both Asian and Western restaurants. Th ...

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And it burns, burns, burns......my ring of fire!

Advantages: Informative, easy to follow, clear, concise, great photos
Disadvantages: You need a lot of ingredients, high start up cost

**** About the author**** Camellia Punjabo, was born in Mumbai and read economics in Cambridge before being appointed Marketing director of Taj Hotels, which is claimed to be India’s most prestigious hotel group. Despite her background Camellia’s passi ...

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