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Truly Punjabi - My Culinary Journey

Author Name: Ravi Mawkin | Format: Paperback | Genre : Cooking, Food & Wine | Other Details

I learnt cooking by following the recipes of my mother and grandmother. Watching them cook, I developed my own version of many of the popular dishes. I have travelled widely throughout the world. My interest in all kinds of foods, especially Indian, led me to pen down these recipes for my first book Truly Punjabi. This book is a treasure chest filled with recipes of mine and my family’s favourite dishes. My cooking style is heavily influenced by the discipline of many western chefs, which is to use the freshest of seasonal ingredients, preferably locally sourced, whilst never overpowering a dish with unnecessary spices. I hope this joyous book is read with the same way it is written—with a curiosity for ingredients, a passion for taste and fearlessness in making mistakes.

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Ravi Mawkin

Ravi Mawkin was born in New Delhi, India in 1949. He went to the UK in 1968 for his higher education, where he is now based. Ravi graduated in Electronics from the City University in London.

After completing University degree, Ravi worked for over forty years. Some of these in senior level positions in leading FTSE and NASDAQ listed companies in Europe and the USA. After his retirement, Ravi has started his own marketing company.

Ravi has travelled widely throughout the world. He loves all kinds of food, especially Indian food. He is married to Manjula, a teacher by profession, now supports UN and other charities in India. They have two sons, Vikas and Vishal, who are also settled in the UK.

Belonging to a distinguished Maken family, Ravi is the grandson of Lala Bhagat Ram who was the forest commissioner in the principality of the Maharaja of Poonch in the Kashmir valley.

Ravi’s father Sh. Yoginder Nath, after leaving Military Engineering Services, joined British High Commission in 1948. He later travelled to the UK with his family in pursuit of better opportunities. After his retirement from British Civil Services, he was awarded Imperial Service Medal by the Queen for his meritorious service.

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