ISBN: 9789383202041 Pages: 336 Size: 129*198 mm Language: English Book Binding: Paperback Format: PB Weight: 200 gm.
About The Book
Backpacking through the country, young chef Saransh Goila sets off on a culinary trail through India,
wherein he discovers the various nuances of local cuisine. From rural villages to barren deserts to
freezing mountains, he unfolds the flavour of his destination by meeting local villagers or erstwhile
royalty and picking up a tip or two to use in his kitchen. Wherever he goes, he makes sure to visit
the famous eateries of that place. Through him, the reader can vividly smell the spices and taste the
dishes that are described. The recipes given also present ways on using locally found ingredients.
From having steaming Murthal ke paranthes to savouring tasty street food in hometown Delhi, from
cooking on a boat in Varanasi to cooking dishes using a bamboo hollow in Assam, Goila does it
all and presents his adventures in a lucid, flowing narrative peppered with humorous anecdotes.
About Saransh Goila
Saransh Goila, 28 year old, Saransh Goila is an Indian chef, a TV show host, author, and a food consultant. He is also popular for his online food and travel show, The Spice Traveller, and Health Challenge, where he makes favourite Indian dishes healthier. Saransh became a food enthusiast quite early, making his first jalebi for his family at the age of 12. This interest in food made him pursue his Bachelor’s in Culinary Arts from the Institute of Hotel Management, Aurangabad. His first taste of television success was when he won the FoodFood Maha Challenge in the year 2011, hosted by celebrity chef, Sanjeev Kapoor, and film actress, Madhuri Dixit. He set a record in the Limca Book of Records, 2014, for ‘the longest road journey by a chef,’ when he hosted India’s biggest food travelogue show, Roti, Rasta aur India. He’s a passionate traveller and has dedicated himself to promote regional Indian food across