Author(s): Sephi Bergerson
All visitors to India are greeted by a quite astonishing display of roadside snacks throughout the country: from the teeming lanes of Old Delhi to the hot and dusty streets of the remote countryside. This work features 50 authentic and detailed recipes.
'Bergerson captures the world of Indian street food with such perfection that you half expect a whiff of curry to hit you as you flick through the pages...this book paints a tantalising picture of India. (...) as well as creating a tome that effortlessly whisks you through the impoverished streets of Mumbai, Hyperabad and Delhi, Bergerson has produced a rather inspiring recipe book. (...) Combining a unique blend of colour, texture and honesty, Street Food of India revels in an India as raw as the corn-on-the-cobs that line the streets.' - Wanderlust; 'Bergerson has lived in India for the past seven years, and this book is an impressive reflection of time well spent. The recipes are delicious and can be easily recreated using ingredients easily found in the West. (...) Eating street food in India can be a slightly nerve-racking experience, but this book turns it into a pure pleasure.' - Clover Stroud, Sunday Telegraph
Sephi Bergerson is an independent photographer based in New Delhi since 2002. Previously a commercial photographer and president of the Professional Photographers' Association in Israel, his work now focuses on documentary projects for a wide range of publications and organizations in India. His next book project is 'Shaadi Galore: Traditional Weddings in Modern India'.