peppertrail was awarded Food Site of the Day by www.foodsiteoftheday.com a web site that showcases food-related web sites of all kinds including food news, food ideas, food history, food customs, recipes and food information centers.
Perhaps the best website on Indian cuisine. Although Peppertrail only touches on a small part of regional cuisines, it is still a fascinating journey. Exploring the historical kingdom of Kochi in central Kerala, home of black pepper, this web site showcases author Ammini Ramachandran's writings on the history, traditions and cuisines of Kerala. It enlightens and touches on the many aspects of a rich albeit simple cuisine by exploring cultural traditions and delving into culinary history.
Surfer's tip: If you like to read about culinary history, this site is for you.
February 26, 2006
Daily News and Analysis
A Mumbai-based newspaper
“Pepper Trail (www.peppertrail.com) is a literary foray through the old kingdom of Kochi in central Kerala. Black pepper, the most widely used spice in the world, is indigenous to author Ammini Ramchandran’s native state. On her site, she highlights aspects of ancient cultural traditions, fascinating food history and a delicious albeit simple cuisine”.
In January 2005 Peppertrail received the Pestle and Mortar Award for Great Food Ideas from www.hub-uk.com.
December 23, 2004
Economic Times, India
www.peppertrail.com was featured as one of the eight favorite websites of popular Washington D.C. based food writer and cookbook author Monica Bhide. Bhide recommends peppertrail.com as one of the most informative sites on Kerala cooking.
Author of The Spice is Right and Everything Indian Cookbook
peppertrail named Food Site of the Day in February 2004 by www.foodsiteoftheday.com a web site that showcases food-related web sites of all kinds including food news, food ideas, food history, food customs, recipes and food information centers.
Peppertrail received the Golden Web Award for 2003- 2004