Feast of India

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Works

The Closet Drinker
An inspirational story
www.theclosetdrinker.net

We are what we eat!
There is nothing like curry to make body, mind and spirit happy. For centuries many of the spices and herbs have been used as digestive stimulants. They are known to soothe the nervous system, increase internal body heat to relieve chills, and strengthen and promote digestion, absorption, metabolism, and circulation.

Being on friendlier terms with your stomach serves you well! Discover and share my delicious, healthy, and easy-to-prepare recipes of diverse flavors with your family and friends from my cookbooks.

India's Unsurpassed Cuisine: The Art of Indian Curry Cooking by Rani
Rani attests, "Curry awakens the mind, arouses the senses, and makes us energetic and cheerful."

Feast of India: A Legacy of Recipes and Fables by Rani
Rani, author of Feast of India, maintains that “Indian food promotes creativity, life, vitality, strength, health, laughter, joy, and cheerfulness.” She ought to know. Curries and Indian foods are foods of health and have been eaten for centuries. Delicious and nutritious, the spices and herbs used in their preparation have therapeutic value.

Selected Works

Fiction
Set against the backdrop of India's national movement for independence, this is an unforgettable, inspirational story that shows love can conquer all.
Nonfiction: Cookbooks/Food/Drink
Includes a dazzling repertoire of spectacular kebabs, curried pasta, chutneys, vegetarian and nonvegetarian entrees, basmati rice, breads, legumes, seductive desserts, and nourishing drinks. Click here for a sneak peak of a delicious, easy recipe!
Cookbook
"Rani’s splendid table..."
Los Angeles Times

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