“Khabaar: An Immigrant Journey of Food, Memory and Family”
Pushcart-nominated essayist Madhushree Ghosh’s “Khabaar: An Immigrant Journey of Food, Memory and Family”, expanding on a Longreads essay that received a Notable Mention in The Best American Food Writing 2020, weaving the stories of her refugee Bengali parents, her own move from India to America, and innovative South Asian chefs, and how they used food to recreate their worlds in a new place and maintain connections with their families and cultures. University of Iowa Press, publication date April 4, 2022, by Dana Newman at Dana Newman Literary (world English).
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Published August 15, 2022 at 3:59 PM PDT
A great collection by Wendy J. Fox at BuzzFeed. These fiction and nonfiction reads are great for summer.
CULTURE & LIVING – How an Indian immigrant holds on to her memories of home through Jabakusum oil. Author Madhushree Ghosh explains how oiling her hair has become an inextricable part of her Bengali identity
As I travel the world literally or figuratively, I post some of my photography on social media. You’ll find a few recipes and food pics too. Here are my latest.
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