Books On Food We Want To Drool Over | – Femina

Posted By on September 24, 2021

Books that celebrate food and culinary traditions that we can't wait to get our hands on

Rebel Homemaker: Food, Family, Life By Drew Barrymore

November 2 is the release date for Drew Barrymores first-ever cookbook with her culinary partner in crime, Chef Pilar Valdes. Rebel Homemaker: Food, Family and Life will feature recipes interspersed with anecdotes from the actors personal life. The cover features Barrymore slurping on a bowl of pasta. She revealed on her eponymous talk show that she has been considering the idea of collaborating with Valdes for a while now. Food and Valdess friendship, she said, were a huge saving grace and something I could hook into when my life felt so floating.

Believe it or not, this one will be American writer, host, and entrepreneur Stewarts 99th launch! Set to release at the end of September, Fruit Desserts is a collection of over a hundred fruit dessert recipes crumbles, crisps, pies, buckles, and desserts. According to the celebrity chef, the cookbook highlights fruits exclusive to each season, and offers easy-to-prepare desserts. Expect Red-Fruit Pavlova, Double-Crust Peach Slab Pie, Apple Fritters, Poached Pear, and Cranberry Pie, among so many other temptations.

Bene Apptit: The Cuisine of Indian JewsBy Esther David

Sahitya Akademi Award-winning author and artist Esther Davids latest book is a holistic portrait of the little-known Bene Israeli community that has lived in India since 75 CE. She lays out a moveable feast, with heart-warming anecdotes and simple yet recipes. (It) is about a fast-diminishing mini-microscopic Jewish community of India, and how it has preserved the tradition of food,says David.

Herself a Bene Israeli Jew, David attempts to record some of the communitys traditions before they are lost, describing its lifestyle, customs and food habits in detail, and also revealing some closely-guarded recipes of Indian Jewish dishes such as chik-cha halwa, rose biscuits, jumping potatoes, hameen, arook, Jewish biryani, pakoda curry, chicken with gongura leaves, agar-agar jelly and many more. The pages are illuminated with illustrations rendered in the authors trademark style.

The Diabetic CookbookBy Michael Swamy

If a diagnosis of diabetes has left you hungry for delicious food, or even if you just wantto eat healthier, Michael Swamys comprehensive cookbook is for you. An alumnus of Le Cordon Bleu, London, the chef, food stylist, food writer and travel photographer offers carefully-curated vegetarian, non-vegetarian and vegan dishes. Over 70 recipes across soups, salads, starters, breads, beverages and desserts will work to help you change familiar dishes by using superfoods and super ingredients to lower your blood sugar levels and to bring back the joy of fine food.

Also see: Plating the past: Going back to the food of our fathers

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