Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Koramangala curries

In 1997, while at NID, I did an elective with Sherry Blankenship, who was visiting faculty from New Zealand at that time. I decided to make a cookbook with my family recipes, interspersed with pages from my sketchbook of Home. Here's what happened.

8 comments:

mymissingshoe said...

Beautiful!! I can buy that book for its sketches more than for its recipes! Lllove the cows!

Im sure you have seen- www.theydrawandcook.com

Pallavi said...

As I wrote to the twitter friend who tweeted the link of your website ,you work is "fundu"!!!I've been clicking all morning on ur website, really enjoying the water colours, the images and your creativity! very impressive!

M said...

@ mymissingshoe, don't underestimate Prash's family recipes, his mum's food is amazing too ;))

mymissingshoe said...

@M Im sure!!!
Let me rephrase- the sketch book also looks yummy to eat!:-)

priya said...

Wonder what made you come up with such a beautiful idea to merge ur talent with old memories. I am sure that these are not just sketches but a whole of childhood memories.

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Shaheen {The Purple Foodie} said...

Oh gosh, I want you to make me a cookbook too. This is so fantastic! You are so talented. Looks like I'm going to be painting through the night now. :)

Car Games said...

Wow, it is so nice and interesting blog. I like it so much