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Cook Books

First time tagged, that too, by the sorceress who utilizes her powers only for good deeds – the benevolent Stephanie.

1. Total number of cook/food books I’ve owned:

Cook Books I Own

That’s all I have and that’s enough for me, for now.
I rarely buy hobby books nowadays, mainly because it’s becoming a big hassle for us to carry them whenever we move places. We both already have a big collection of books related to our professions. There is always a library nearby and plenty of books to flick through.

2. Last cook/food book(s) I bought:
That would be the Vegetarian and Vegetable Cooking by Christine Ingram.

3. Last cook/food book I read:
That would be The Man Who Ate Everything by Jeffrey L. Steingarten. Just last weekend, finished reading and returned it to the library.

4. Five cook books (or one) that mean a lot to me:
Malathi Chandur’s cookbook in Telugu is the one most valuable to me. Because it was my first buy and the author’s old world charming writing style is so entertaining and her recipes are pure gold.

Malati Chandur Cookbook Malathi Chandur Cook Book In Telugu- Recipe of Bobbatlu

5. Which five people would you most like to see fill this out in their blog?
(Isn’t this cookbook meme going around for past two months?)
I am going to tag the always and forever a foodie, Shyam (aka Shammy) of Food In The Main.

Posted by Indira©Copyrighted in Zen (Personal) (Thursday June 16, 2005 at 7:42 pm- permalink)
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