World Food Awards
World Foods Award Cookbook
The phone buzzed and an email came through which painted the broadest smile across my face, in fact it was so wide the Maharani thought I was auditioning for a part in a Wallace and Grommit feature. The email notified me that my book Urban Rajah's Curry Memoirs shortlisted in the World Food Awards Cookbook of the Year, I clicked the link and my excitement dipped a few decibels, the competition was riddled with familiar faces from the small screen all of which could sell truckloads of books by simply breathing.
Here's the rub...the awards are open to a public vote and if I'm to stand any chance of featuring in the race I'd love it if you could place a vote or three for me by clicking this link VOTE FOR RAJAH NOW!!
This is what they say about the book;
The Urban Rajah's Curry Memoirs is a collection of memoirs compiled by chef Ivor Peters who shares inspiring stories and generations-old recipes, opening the door into a world of wholesome family cooking. Learn how to cook delicious authentic curries at home and let Ivor lead you through a journey of spice that will leave you revelling in colour and yearning for the delicate smells of cardamom and cinnamon. The 80-plus recipes are delivered with richly evocative stories that embody every dish. Illustrated by a fascinating mix of pictures and prose, there’s a real depth of originality to The Urban Rajah’s Curry Memoirs.