Ms Singh is an author of 40 books including India’s first ever city-restaurant guide to Mumbai in 1997, Nightlife guide to Mumbai followed by City Restaurant Guide to Pune 4 years later. Recently its her world’s first vegetarian guide to Paris that is making waves
Rashmi wrote the weekly food column of The Hindu in Chennai for seven years and this culminated in “Rashmi s taste of Chennai” section of the Metro Plus Food Guide. She not only unearthed the most amazing foodie finds, caterers, dessert makers, tiffin services but also tried them and compiled them in this handy book.
This trail blazing guide was hailed as the “bible of good food to Mumbai”. Rashmi researched and ate at every single restaurant and wrote the countrys first ever city restaurant guide in 1997.
”The Mid day Good Food Guide” at a time when no such book existed in the country. The first ever 1997 guide received rave reviews and was on the national best-seller charts for a year. It gave invaluable information and reviews on Restaurants, caterers, dessert- makers, tiffin services cooking class experts, food shops and more.
Due to popular demand, the single volume trail blazing guide was expanded two-volume set in the next year and a three-volume set followed in 2000.
Here it is. The first ever complete food guide to Pune city. It provides a comprehensive information source on restaurants, caterers, food services and shops of the city.
The editions of the Mid-Day Good Food Guide to Mumbai received rare reviews and have been on the national bestseller charts ever since the first publication in 1997. it is the Bible for food lovers in Mumbai. Restaurants, caterers, dessert-makers, cooking class experts, food shops and more… now Pune has its own great food guide
A comprehensive and in depth cookbook encompassing everything you always wanted to know about chicken. From how to buy, cut, store to useful and usable tips and recipes ranging from “Tandoori” “hassle-free” “healthy” to “party cooking”.A must buy for every chicken-lover.
Good cuisine is about passion, tradition and innovation. So is success. In this unique celebration of food, celebrity achievers belonging to different regions of India and engaged in different professions, share with us their favourite recipes, which are as much about delicious food as about the joy of cooking.
Popular food columnist and author of the best-selling Mid-day Good Food Guide to Mumbai, Rashmi Uday Singh travelled to the kitchens of artists, industrialists, film stars and sportspersons, interviewing them and sampling their cooking. The result is this beautifully produced cookbook full of unusual profiles of the rich and famous, and their own recipes for their preferred dishes.
The Maharaja of Jodhpur shares with us Rajsthani delicacies from his royal banquet table, while busy professionals like singer Asha Bhonsle and ace model Madhu Sapre give us their favourites from the cuisine perfected over several years in middle-class Maharashtrian households. Joint editor and director of the Hindu, Nirmala Lakshman, picks her ideal menu from the traditional, pure vegetarian Tamil Brahmin cuisine, and hotelier Vikram Oberoi demonstrates his mastery over exciting fusion cooking. Film star Sunil Shetty introduces us to the magic of Mangalorean food, which he learnt to cook as a teenager in his fatherýs Udipi restaurant, while Namita Panjabi shares with us some of the recipes that have made Chutney Mary Londonýs most popular eating place.
Among the hundred plus recipes from Indian, Continental, Chinese, Thai, and Jewish cuisineýincluded here, are gongura mutton, ripe mango curry, Saraswat prawn curry, spicy moong chutney, Chettinad chicken fry, date khichri, beef with basil and caviar potatoes. Illustrated with colour photographs and with tips from master chefs appended to each recipe, The Oberoi Penguin Celebrity Cookbook is a rare and sumptuous treat.