Andrew Kevin Alpin

Andrew Kevin Alpin's Food And Philosophy

An engaging blog about food highlighting colonial cooking
with a twist of Philosophy because of the weird ideas in my
head that I feel I must share with you

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Welcome to Swallow Press (Newsletter)
Welcome to Swallow Press (Newsletter)
Introducing Swallow Press for jaw-dropping stories, interesting and entertaining articles, from all over the world...
1 Year Ago
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Panchvati Eco Resort, Chakrata: Where I Found My Stairway to Heaven
Panchvati Eco Resort, Chakrata: Where I Found My Stairway to Heaven
If you're looking for an offbeat destination in Uttarakhand in a complete natural and rustic setting, then come to Panchvati Eco Resort, Chakrata...
1 Year Ago
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Rare Cookbooks: Dainty Dishes For Indian Tables- W. Newman & Co, Calcutta-1881
Rare Cookbooks: Dainty Dishes For Indian Tables- W. Newman & Co, Calcutta-1881
Dainty Dishes for Indian tables is a rare Colonial Anglo-Indian Cookbook published by W. Newman and Company in Dalhousie, Calcutta 1893...
3 Years Ago
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Rare Cookbooks: Anglo-Indian Cookery at Home: 1893 - Henrietta Hervey
Rare Cookbooks: Anglo-Indian Cookery at Home: 1893 - Henrietta Hervey
Henrietta Hervey, published this classic AngloIndian cookbook in 1895 after returning to England with her dekchies, curry powders and love for cooking...
3 Years Ago
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Rare Cookbooks: Anglo Indian and Oriental Cookery-Grace Johnson 1893
Rare Cookbooks: Anglo Indian and Oriental Cookery-Grace Johnson 1893
The Anglo Indian and Oriental Cookery book written by award winning cooking expert Grace Johnson in 1893 is among the are early recipe books on Indian...
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Rare Cookbooks: The Indian Cookery Book, Thacker , Spink,  and Co 1880
Rare Cookbooks: The Indian Cookery Book, Thacker , Spink, and Co 1880
The Indian Cookery Book by Thacker and Spink Co, 1884 is one of the rarest and earliest books of Indian -Colonial cuisine written in India....
3 Years Ago
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