The Raj at Table: A Culinary History of the British in India

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While the British were in India they developed a curious cuisine all of their own. Anglo-Indian cooking was at its best when it achieved a kind of cultural balance; mulligatawny, kedgeree and Worcestershire sauce are all products of the Raj. David Burton draws on first-hand accounts to describe a valuable piece of social history: in addition to over 60 authentic recipes. He builds up a fascinating and often hilarious picture of the British - at best endearingly naive, at worst ignorant and xenophobic - seen through the ...

Raj at Table: A Culinary History of the British in India 1994, Faber & Faber, London

ISBN-13: 9780571143900

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The Raj at Table: A Culinary History of the British in India 1993, Faber & Faber, London, England

ISBN-13: 9780571143894

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