Monthly Archives: December 2010

That four letter word

Indian Express, 15 December 2010

The F-Word

People, December 2010


Swagat, December 2o1o

Kitchen Encounters

Indian Express, 24 December 2010 In her first book The F-Word, Mita Kapur shows it’s the love for food that binds the family together. Food has always worked as the best adhesive when it comes to family bonds. This phenomenon, however, has never been described in so many words in India till Mita Kapur’s first book, The F-Word, reached the book stands recently. But then Kapur is gifted. She not only possesses a passion for cooking, but also knows […]

That irresistible four letter word!

Buzz in town, Chennai 20 December 2010–that-irresistible-four-letter-word/ref–home-article/id–2527.html Before you whip up concoctions and jump to conclusions, we’d like to state that “food” is the irresistible four letter word we are talking off…. The Madras Book Club together with the Prakriti Foundation, recently organized the launch of Mita Kapur’s book “The F-Word” at Taj Connemara, Chennai. If you think it’s a run-of-the-mill cook book we are talking about, you are sadly mistaken! This debutante author has come out with a […]

Kitchen musings

The Hindu, 20 December 2010

Mita Kapur’s book launched in Bombay by Shobhaa De

Friday, December 10, 2010 Uggghhhhgggaaah! That’s the guttural sound I produced when I went to Harper Collins’ launch party for Mita Kapur’s F-word. The evening was full of surprises for me.  First surprise I get on crossing over to Eros Cinema is this: Eros is screening Hindi films. Gone are the days when I used to tremble with excitement when I would buy tickets for: Trinity Is Still My Name, Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, Towering Inferno, such like […]

Mita Kapur’s book is a delectable addition to the feast of books that present food as memoir, politics and history

Open (Weekly), Mumbai. 20 December 2010

The juggling act

The Hindu, Chennai. 11 December 2010

A buzz around the kitchen

The Hindu, 12 December 2010