Top Women Chefs in India
By SiliconIndia | Friday, 07 October 2011, 06:23 Hrs
Bangalore: A decade ago, being a chef was not considered a best career for a young woman; today it is seen as a profession. Women have stormed into almost every field and are considered equal to male colleagues. So, when it comes to the kitchen, no wonder they are bridging their gap and reaching higher levels than men. Women have had a long hard road in being recognized as a chef or even allowed to work in this industry. Traditionally, women have been responsible for making simple meals at home. But here are a few who took this everyday job as a passion and made an impact in the culinary world. Meet five young women chefs and find out what makes them a star attraction.
A well-known Indian food writer, who has published more than 100 books and sold over 3 million copies, Tarla Dalal's first cook book'The Pleasures of Vegetarian Cooking', was published in 1974. Her cookery show 'Cook It up with Tarla Dalal' was a hit in the early 90s. She also runs the largest Indian food web site, and a bi-monthly magazine, which has been translated into many languages. She has also been conducting cooking classes. In 2007 she started her 'Total Health Series' cookbooks with recipes related to health. Tara Dalal manufactures her own range of ready-to-cook mixes which made work easier for women to cook.
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