Tuesday, September 29, 2009

What people say - 2

  • "I discovered a cookery site I like a lot:  One Page Cookbooks.  Choose one from column a, one from column be, and then add in column c.  It’s that simple - my kind of cooking.  My favorites are the muesli and rolls (the latter being ten types of flatbread paired with ten sauces and ten fillings - to create 1000 different quick meals).  I need to print these out and post them on my refrigerator, and I’ll never be hungry again". Jean,San Francisco
  • "I like this concept: One page "cookbooks" focused on Indian cuisine. These are more like one sheet formulas, or Cooking for Engineers meets Ruhlman's Ratio. At the very least, a quick way to jog your brain out of a culinary rut. The latest one for biryanis will go in my recipe file, as will this one for traditional Bengali/Oriya sweets." Alaina Browne. General Manager, Serious eats 

  • " Thank you thank you thank you for One Page Cookbooks! I'm loving that half to death this week." Sarah 

  • "Your one-pagers are fun and ingenious"! Harold McGee ( Author, On Food & Cooking)

  • "I liked your book a lot and it has been a boon to me! I have tried the various combinations and each has turned out to be a delicious fare. I have been married for the last two years but cooking was always a chore to me! Your book has simplified it a lot! I have taken a print and kept it as my kitchen bible now". Shilpa, Bangalore

  • "One of the most intriguing sites I've seen in a while. Every post is a one-page grid of various ingredients that can be combined together into a large number of recipes. Literally a one page cookbook. I could stare at these posts all day long". Daniel Koontz,   Casual Kitchen.


kamalabhoopathy said...

i love your one page cook book, simple and nice recipes

Mukesh said...

The best thing ever to happen to cooking :)

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