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Sri Rao has written a definitive list of must-see Indian films and the food that defines them. His book is “Bollywood Kitchen: Home-Cooked Indian Recipes Paired With Unforgettable Bollywood Films.” Try a recipe for chicken korma, which Rao recommends you eat before watching “Bajirao Mastani,” on our blog.
For more than 8,000 years, winemakers in Georgia have been aging wine in large terracotta pots that are buried underground. Carla Capalbo writes about the wine, their vessels and, of course, the food in this region, in “Tasting Georgia: A Food and Wine Journey in the Caucasus.”
Harry Rosenblum is part-owner of the specialty shop The Brooklyn Kitchen and is author of “Vinegar Revival: Artisanal Recipes for Brightening Dishes and Drinks.” He gives us tips for how to make this increasingly popular condiment at home.
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