Indian Takeaway is the story of Hardeep's journey around India, cooking British meals for the people he meets. How will Goan fishermen, Bollywood film crews and Bangalore call centres cope with treacle pudding and cock-a-leekie soup? Will they survive to tell the tale? Will Hardeep find the India he is searching for through his recipe book? And will he find himself along the way?
©2008 Shyness Productions Ltd (P)2009 WF Howes Ltd
Totally enjoyed listening to this. Its a story about food, family and growing up Indian in Scotland - witty, well read and all round quite awesome.
When are you writing another book?!
"Fails to Light The Blue Touchpaper"
The author is interested in his family and appearances - he never excited me about those things.
An exciting possibility underplayed by a characterless author.
Didnt do what it said on the tin, more of an attempt at come dine with me, than of any great cultural adventure. I think he wrote it as an excuse to visit India.
I really did love it! It is honest, warm and very funny, a joy to listen to. I would recommend it to all ages and walks of life, I can't imagine not enjoying this wonderful light story.
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