Morning Call At Center For Culinary Culture
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About the Event
Ayurveda, derived from ancient Indian texts, offers many guidelines for a holistic, health-centered lifestyle–including guidance on maximizing health, both physical and emotional, through food and drink.
"Seven Pots of Tea: An Ayurvedic Approach to Sips & Nosh" is the first cookbook of its kind, allowing readers the opportunity to explore Ayurveda through a collection of simple recipes for the modern kitchen.
On Saturday, March 6, please join us in welcoming its author, Chef Nandita Godbole, to Morning Call. This native of India will introduce guests to dozens of easy herbal teas, tisanes, and healthy snacks one can integrate into existing routines of self-care to promote overall wellness. Designed as an informative reference book with practical tips, "Seven Pots of Tea" is as much for beginners who want to make subtle changes to just one part of their daily routine as it is for those who seek a more advanced resource. ADMISSION IS FREE WITH RSVP at http://bit.ly/3diksts.* *While you're there, buy a copy, either electronic or author-signed hardcover, of "Seven Pots of Tea." Supplies are limited, so please order ASAP! ABOUT THE PRESENTER Nandita Godbole is an indie author with a global following. Her previous book, "Ten Thousand Tongues: Secrets of a Layered Kitchen" (2018), with a foreword by Neela Paniz, received attention in "Forbes," as well as NBC, Fupping, and many others, for its unique journey through her family’s culinary legacy. Nandita is known for offering simple techniques for navigating complex Indian cuisine, particularly after the success of her global best seller, "Crack the Code: Cook Any Indian Meal with Confidence" (2016), featuring a foreword by Faye Levy. Based in Atlanta, Georgia, she occasionally moonlights in Southern California. Learn more about Nandita and her work on Instagram @currycravings, or find her website and blog: currycravings.com and currycravingskitchen.com.