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Book review: A handy cookbook for the enthusiastic home chef

Book review: A handy cookbook for the enthusiastic home chef

India Blooms News Service | @indiablooms | 12 Jun 2019, 03:54 pm

It is said that, “One cannot think well, love well, sleep well, if one has not dined well.” This quote is absolutely true and if a food item does not appeal to our taste buds, our dining will not be satisfactory too.

Cooking is an art and for some it acts as a stress buster.

One must know the right amount of ingredients in order to cook appropriately just like one needs the right amount of love, emotions and other ingredients in order to make their lives beautiful.

This simile rightly fits for those who consider food as life.

Is food your life too?

Well, you need a good cook book, otherwise how will you cater to your taste buds in a new way every day?

Sourabh Angarkar through his book, 'The Vision Palate', has gifted the readers with many awesome recipes that will surely make you and others fall in love with food all over again!

Angarkar’s love for experimental cooking started in the USA when he was working at The Broad Moor hotels.

He got a chance to work with some of the top chefs of America.

He has always loved to make a fusion just to give that extra tinge of specialty to an ordinary dish.

'The Vision Palate' has a wide range of recipes starting with soups, pasta, desserts to healthy salads and some fun as well as interesting facts that the readers will be delighted to know about.

Each recipe is written in a systematic way so that the readers can understand each step and cook efficiently and enthusiastically.

Angarkar has not only given the recipes but also talked about the usefulness of the main ingredients so that readers know the benefits.

Each recipe is explained with a picture of the item because along with taste, the appearance of the item matters as well!

The book is quite short but informative and interesting to read.

So, the next time you wish to prepare something unusual yet tasty, you know which book to follow!

(Reviewed by Sayantani Sengupta)

Book review: A handy cookbook for the enthusiastic home chef

India Blooms News Service
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