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In this book, I bring to you some family recipes made and perfected over three decades by my mother and aunt. This is a collection of snacks, preserves (loosely used to include pickles and accompaniments) and sweets.
My mother, Mrs. Renu Rajesh and aunt Mrs. Kshama Chandra were the first generation of women in their family to have graduated from high school. They learned and evolved these recipes over time when there was not much information or classes available in Patna, the city where they spent some years of their youth together.
Over the years, they traveled around the country and lived in different towns, picking and curating recipes from friends and neighbors, tweaking and innovating them over time.
Festivals and auspicious occasions being the theme of the book, I have included some exclusive recipes that my mother and aunt ritually made at home during such times. All across the country, festivals and auspicious events (like marriages, childbirth, house-warming, etc.) in families are times to indulge in exquisite dishes with our families and friends as part of sharing nature’s abundant blessings.
We are presenting an assortment for the Indian version of a High Tea Table.
Kshama Chandra, Renu Rajesh, Richa Rajesh
Ms. Richa Rajesh is a lawyer practicing since November 2012. She lives with her parents and brother in Gurgaon. She is an avid reader and has written on a whole host of subjects on food, travel and children’s education in the past. She has been cooking since her college days but it is her mother’s and aunt’s recipes that inspired her to come up with a series of cookbooks.
Mrs. Renu Rajesh was born in Patna and got married in her late teens. Her husband was in the civil services; so she lived in various cities across India including Kolkata, New Delhi, Mangalore and Mumbai. She is now settled with her husband, son, and a daughter in Gurgaon. She is widely- traveled across India and the globe.
Mrs. Kshama Chandra was born in Jhansi but grew up in Mumbai. She was married just after her matriculation. She was already an exemplary cook when she got married. She had learned everything from her mother who was an accomplished lady of her time. Mrs. Kshama Chandra lives with her two sons, one daughter-in-law and a granddaughter in New Delhi.
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