Sunday, November 28, 2010

Looking For the Best Christmas Gift?

As we are getting ready for Christmas, I have a suggestion for the best Christmas gift that you and your loved ones will cherish for a lifetime. How about an autographed copy of my cookbook, Entertaining From an Ethnic Indian Kitchen?  

You know the old saying, "you are what you eat"? Recently, Western scientists have been raving about the health benefits of spices. Research indicates that eating spices can reduce the risk of cancer.  For example, the spice turmeric can prevent the onset of Alzheimer's disease. With Indian food, you are getting the flavor from spices rather than from fat. For better living we need to eat right, do 30 minutes of yoga to stretch out muscles and walk 30 minutes every day.  Then we all can grow old gracefully. What do you think?

This book not only has divine recipes but also has entertaining ideas. Entertaining From an Ethnic Indian Kitchen is a treasure to receive or to give. This book is bound to become your favored culinary companion and it is a visual treat that is sure to fire up your taste buds.

All the pages in the book are coated so that if you spill something, you can wipe it off with a damp towel.

All 21 chapters have menus put together which takes the guesswork out.

Divine recipes

Gorgeous table settings and adorable accessories

When you order a book through my website during the holiday season, you will receive an autographed copy gift wrapped in block painted paper.

Why not give a gift that will make a lasting impression?

For more memorable centerpieces, tablescapes, and recipes (including gluten free recipes), please check out my book, Entertaining From an Ethnic Indian Kitchen, at my website

I am joining The Tablescaper for Seasonal Sundays, Patty's Weekend Wrap Up , Tabletop Tuesday @ A Stroll Thru LifeColor outside the lines, Susan's Between Naps on the Porch for Tablescape Thursday  Cindy for Show and Tell and  Beverly's "How Sweet The Sound".


  1. Oh I so agree.. What a lovely book.. I'm going to get a few for my friends for sure!!

  2. Looks like a beautiful book filled with yummy recipes!


  3. I have never cooked Indian food, but would just love to! What a gorgeous book.
    Thanks for sharing!

  4. Your book is lovely, and I agree that a key to health is eating well, exercising, and stress reduction: yoga is great for that as well as increasing flexibility and strength.

  5. What a lovely book! Thank You for sharing it with us! Have a blessed night! I'm also a new follower!

  6. I really like your book. It would be a great gift over the holidays. The recipes look wonderful! ~Susie

  7. a really lovely book with the most superb photos.

  8. What a beautiful book! Thanks for sharing.

  9. Just lovely really does describe this book so well.

  10. What a lovely book. The perfect Christmas present indeed!

  11. Happy Pink Saturday ~ Your recipes look fabulous.

    I'm a new follower ~ would love for you to visit my blog when you have the time.

    Happy Holidays to you & yours.

  12. I will be purchasing this book - it is beautiful.

  13. Happy Pink Saturday, Komali.

    Your book is gorgeous, and a wonderful idea for a gift for yourself or others on your gift list. Thank you for sharing.

  14. Hello Komali,
    I received your book last month and -unbelievably- it is even nicer than one can imagine from viewing on the screen. What an abundance of charming photos and recipes. We love the tasty and flavouring Indian recipes and the atmosphere of the Indian world.
    I am sure all my friends will love my upcoming parties, inspired by your book.
    It is really a great book for everybody who like oustanding design and food.
    Greetings, Johanna