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The Foolproof Cookbook

The Foolproof Cookbook

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Language English
Contributor(s) Rohini Singh
Binding Paperback
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Overview: The Foolproof Cookbook

It is often said that books are a man's best friend. Books give you a reason to learn when there is no one to teach you, to be self motivated when you are down and learn from the others experiences even when you don't have much of your own. This book by Rohini Singh is ideal for brides and bachelor's who do not know cooking or who do not want to cook. This book is a collection of author's own culinary experiences and offers great learning experiences for the upcoming generations. The book is detailed, precise and caring about the novice who may be shy to ask how to get started. It follows with a step-by-step guide on how to set up your kitchen, about kneading the dough, making chappatis, cutting and chopping vegetables, and other small baby steps which the author will take with you. As you grow and the book turns to Holiday Cooking, she introduces recipes for specialties from across the globe: a Thai curry, moussaka, salads and soups.

About the book

It is often said that a way to a man's heart is through his stomach. But, with today's generation mired in office work, this book regarding baby steps of the nuances of cooking is a good collection of author's own experiences. Today's bachelor only wants to cook (that too in the guidance of others) in their leisure time which comes very rarely in their busy itinerary. This book is in English and was first released in 2013 by Hay House and contains 236 pages.

About the Author

Rohini Singh is a well known author in this field of writing own experiences about cooking. The author has written eight best-selling cookbooks and two novels for children. She practices a number of alternative healing therapies, including Reiki, reflexology, hypnotherapy, Emotional Freedom Techniques, and Theta Healing; and conducts regular personal-growth workshops and healing retreats both in India and elsewhere.

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Product Details
Language English
Publication Date May 1, 2013
Publisher Hay House
Contributor(s) Rohini Singh
Binding Paperback
Edition rev. & updated ed
Page Count 236
ISBN 10 8189988573
ISBN 13 9788189988579
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  1.  Whats in a name ? Its all about the recipes ... 22 November, 2012 On
    I didnt know how to make atta but this book told me how .
    Friend of mine gifted this book to me 10 years ago when I was going overseas for studies . It has been my most invaluable friend since then .
    Who cares about stereotypes? It is a catchy title and very very apt ! Worth a buy for anyone who hasnt ever cooked in their lives and know daals by color than by names !
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