- Photos: Beautiful photography of the streets of India.
- Recipes: Recipes contain obscure ingredients and do not seem practical for the average cook to actually make at home.
If you are interested in a book with beautiful photos of India, I would recommend this book. However, if you actually want to try to make some Indian recipes at home, this is probably not the best book for you. It would have been helpful if there was some sort of glossary explaining the ingredients or where to find them. Without that, the recipes look good, but I wouldn't know how to make them because there are no recommendations for substitutions and they seem inaccessible.
STREET FOOD OF INDIA: The 50 Greatest Indian Snacks - Complete with Recipes (Pub Date: 08/31/2010, Palgrave Macmillan) from award-winning photographer and Indian food enthusiast Sephi Bergerson. Part photo journal, part cookbook, Street Food of India offers the authentic taste of India through its snacks, served up with stunning photography. Here, Bergerson explores both the visual and culinary delights that Indian street food offers, with nearly 50 recipes and over 200 color photos from his travels.