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Why Onions Cry Hardcover – 2013
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Description for Why Onions Cry
About The Book - Why Onions Cry is a sleek recipe book written and co-authored by Vijee Krishnan and Nandini Sivakumar. The book is themed on Iyengar cuisine and tempts foodies through its dedicated dishes that help in characterizing and separating it from others.Even before its release the book was deemed the best vegetarian cookbook from India for 2011 by the esteemed world Gourmand Cookbook Awards. The book also made it for the final six contenders for Gourmand's World's Best Vegetarian Cookbook. Later the Paris Cookbook Fair 2012 invited the author's to the Fair 2012.The sixty recipes featured in Why Onions Cry use no onions, radish, drumsticks and garlic. The author justifies this by stating the fact that onions normally bring tears to a chef's eyes, but they don't feature at all in Iyengar cuisine - hence the title of the book.Why Onions Cry is packed with an enjoyable compilation of authentic and traditional Iyengar (South Indian) recipes with simple to follow instructions and prestigious illustrations. The book has been published by Prism Books in 2013 and is available in paperback binding.Key Features - Covering a total of 60 recipes with individual variations, the book is fruitful and has been enhanced with uncomplicated ways to cook and photographs with delicious looking dishes. Cultural moorings of the cuisine have been enrolled in the book, providing readers the necessary insights for intellectual premise beneath a festival spread. The book also enriches its readers through health benefits and cultural knowledge of these dishes. About the Author: Vijee Krishnan and Nandini Sivakumar wrote six cookbooks out of which two have been translated into French and Tamil and won Gourmand Awards in seven categories. Her lately written book Vegetarian Delicacies of South India won the title of The Best Vegetarian Cookbook for 2014.
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mostly twentieth century cuisine. doesn't tell us what iyengar cooking was like historically.