A Kitchen of One’s Own is a celebration of the modern Indian homecook. This book, a Goya X Nivaala collaboration, is part-cookbook, part-journal. With vivid, evocative watercolours by Zainab Tambawalla, this collector’s item designed by Nivaala, with recipes from Goya’s community, is sure to be a much-loved addition to your collection. With recipes that are rooted in tradition, yet accessible to those stretched for time, this book is the result of 6 years of collecting heirloom recipes from communities around the country. We believe that the real stars of the Indian culinary story are the home cooks, and A Kitchen of One’s Own is an attempt to place them front and centre.
Through Nivaala’s stunning journal section, A Kitchen of One’s Own also aims to celebrate the reader’s own family recipes, with ample space to add notes and recipes from their own repertoire — making this book a thoughtful gift to pass down through generations.
FAQs about the Product
How many family recipes does it include?
It has 41 recipes from families across different regions in India, and each family has been credited. The book also includes space for the reader to include recipes from their own collection.
Are prices inclusive of taxes?
Yes, prices are inclusive of taxes.
How many recipe logs does it include?
There are 20 recipe logs to write down your own family recipes
What does the recipe log include?
The recipe log includes:
- Heirloom indicator which tells you which generation does the recipe belong
- Recipe name and kitchen it belongs to
- Space to capture the memory associated with the specific recipe
- Space to write ingredients and instructions