A Classic Indian Cookbook Returns

(For Sameen Rushdie) Being “real” meant being specific and sidestepping all of the clichés, including the notion that Indian cuisine was too mystical, complex or time-consuming for the average home cook to handle. (“For best results, cook your biryani by candlelight,” Ms. Rushdie wrote sarcastically in the book’s introduction.)

Oh my god I am excited for this.

Read on: A Classic Indian Cookbook Returns, This Time for Americans – The New York Times