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Reviews for A Short Course in Culinary Experiments When the print edition of A Short Course in Culinary Experiments was published, a number of reviews appeared in various newspapers/magazines.  The links below connect to the review from the authors (except

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An aptly titled book for a thinking chef

Greetings from Chennai, India. Currently forced to live a bachelor life as my wife is located away from me due to her work/professional posting, Simple is Tasty is one concept that I adhere for me dietary needs.  This allows me

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Preface to the eBook – A Short Course in Culinary Experiments

Preface This e-book, A Short Course in Culinary Experiments: Vegetarian Indian Cuisine for Innovative Non-Experts, is a replica of the printed edition of the same title, published in 2007.  The theme and main contents are unaltered from the print edition. 

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A Short Course in Culinary Experiments – Foreword by Professor Wallace Shugg

Foreword  Indian Cuisine Made Easy If you enjoy Indian cuisine in restaurants but are afraid to try cooking this exotic food at home, this book is for you. S. Muralidharan’s A Short Course in Culinary Experiments: Vegetarian Indian Cuisine for

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