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Cookbook author Madhur Jaffrey to co-star in new TV series...

gutreactions | Aug 14, 201804:38 AM    

Indian food doyen Mahdur Jaffrey, author of over a dozen cookbooks including 'An Introduction to Indian Cooking' published in 1973, James Beard inductee, actress and travel writer, will be co-starring in a new TV sitcom called: 'I Feel Bad' on NBC this fall.

I hope she is able to show off some of her cooking skills during the series. I first met Jaffrey when she was consulting chef to Dawat Haute Cuisine of India back in 1986. Founded my Sushil Malhotra, Dawat was a groundbreaking restaurant specializing in the cuisine of Northern India, with operations in White Plains, N.Y. and Manhattan on E. 58th St.

Anyone use her cookbooks?

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