Madhur Jaffrey celebrates 50 years of 'An Invitation to Indian Cooking' : NPR's Book of the Day Today's episode comes to you straight from Madhur Jaffrey's kitchen. NPR's Michel Martin pays the celebrated chef and actor a visit in her New York home, where she discusses how she first learned to cook while studying acting in London. Jeffrey also reflects on how Indian cooking has changed since she published her first cookbook. An Invitation to Indian Cooking will be re-issued later this year to mark its 50th anniversary.

Madhur Jaffrey celebrates 50 years of 'An Invitation to Indian Cooking'

Madhur Jaffrey celebrates 50 years of 'An Invitation to Indian Cooking'

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Today's episode comes to you straight from Madhur Jaffrey's kitchen. NPR's Michel Martin pays the celebrated chef and actor a visit in her New York home, where she discusses how she first learned to cook while studying acting in London. Jeffrey also reflects on how Indian cooking has changed since she published her first cookbook. An Invitation to Indian Cooking will be re-issued later this year to mark its 50th anniversary.