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A Matter of Taste

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A delectable collection of writing on food and its place in our lives that brings together some of the most significant Indian voices over the last centuryFrom lavish meals, modern diets and cooking lessons that serve as a rite of passage to fake fasts and real ones, fish, feni, and fiery meals that smack of revenge, this book has something to satisfy every palate.Gandhis guilt-ridden account of his failed flirtation with eating meat starkly complements Ruchir Joshis toast to the senses as he describes his characters discovering a truly alternative use for some perfectly innocent shrikhand. In unique gastronomic takes on history, Salman Rushdie, Amitav Ghosh and Saadat Hasan Manto ensure that we will never look at chutney, a Tibetan momo or jelly in quite the same way again. Food becomes the less appetizing religious line of control for Abdul Bismillahs guest when a simple meal illustrates the rather thin divide between guest and host, while subtler shades of deprivation mark Anjana Appachanas Anu as she keeps a fast that reeks of prejudice. And in faraway lands, across the seven seas, the search for fresh fish accentuates the loneliness of a life without familiar moorings for Jhumpa Lahiris Mrs Sen even as Anita Desais Arun learns from his American hosts the importance of keeping the freezer full.As much about food as it is about good writing, A Matter of Taste serves up a veritable feast for the senses and food for thought to sample or devour, as one pleases.
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