6 edition of A pleasure to cook found in the catalog.
A pleasure to cook
|LC Classifications||TX651 .A454 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||256 p. :|
|Number of Pages||256|
|LC Control Number||85114006|
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Food, a Basic Pleasure, Is Suddenly Fraught. “I’m a recipe follower,” she said, not a practiced cook who can whip up a meal from a random assortment of pantry ingredients.
Why 'getting lost in a book' is so good for you, according to science “Transportation” — or the act of losing yourself in a book — makes you more empathetic, more creative and (hello!) it. To cook or not to cook. A sensual pleasure for some can be plain serfdom for others This article is more than 5 years old.
Jeff Sparrow. The kitchen’s as. From losing her husband in and living alone, she's learned enough about cooking for one to write a cookbook, "After my husband died, I really didn't think I'd find much pleasure, and I.
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