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Atlanta-based cookbook author and food writer Nandita Godbole grew up in Mumbai, India. She has authored three cookbooks: A Dozen Ways to Celebrate (2014), Crack the Code (2016), Roti: Easy Indian Breads & Sides (2016). She is working on two more cookbooks and frequently contributes to Khabar Magazine and Medium. Her next cookbook is: Not For You: Family Narratives of Denial & Comfort Foods (2017) is based on personal histories and comfort foods across 3 generations of her family. She is also working to create an expanded version of her best-seller: Roti (2017) Contact: currycravings.com/currycravingskitchen.com, @currycravings, firstname.lastname@example.org.
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