With a headline like the one above, we’ll be relieved if it doesn’t remind you of events in the recent past about a certain company (now in a new avatar) which has become the role model for what ‘cooking the books’ ought to mean!
Nope, this news is even better:
Indian book publisher Undercover Utopia has made the country proud at the ‘Gourmand Best in the World Competition’ in the ongoing Gourmand World Cookbook Awards 2009 at Paris.
‘Sangria – A recipe for love’ is a distinctive concept, as it is the first ever cookery book in Fiction form. The book is authored by Manuela Requena, a chef and author from Brisbane, Australia with Spanish antecedents. Manuela has created a beautiful story about the essence of life which includes elements of Romance and Passion woven around 25 Magic Spanish Recipes.
Full story here.
The Hindu, Chennai edition yesterday reports on a similar initiative to conduct storytelling sessions every quarter by Scholastic India.
We’ll back with our usual blog tales, er, posts tomorrow. Stick around!