9780199063253

Food Prints An Epicurean Voyage through Pakistan - Overview of Pakistani Cuisine

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  • ISBN13:

    9780199063253

  • ISBN10:

    0199063257

  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2013-11-01
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press

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Summary

Pakistan is home to many diverse communities, each boasting a cuisine that has been influenced by the country's rich history and varied topography. Food Prints celebrates this diversity and is a unique effort to bring to the reader the plethora of dishes popular in the country, tracing their origin and even the legends surrounding some of them. A colourful book, it encompasses recipes from across the country, and also includes some of the author's favourites from her personal repertoire.

Author Biography


Shanaz Ramzi has been working as a freelance journalist since 1994. A prolific writer, she has written on a variety of subjects for various publications, both local and international, and has served as the Karachi correspondent for a Dubai-based newspaper, Emirates Today.

A regular contributor to the magazine section of the English daily Dawn and the monthly magazine Newsline, Ramzi has been twice nominated for the Gender in Journalism Award by UNESCO. She joined HUM Network Ltd. in October 2004 as Head of Publications and Public Relations and as editor of HUMSAY, the premier media magazine of the country. She is currently serving there as General Manager, Publications and Public Relations, and Editor of Masala TV Food Mag, Pakistan's widely circulated food magazine.

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