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Modern Cookery Book

by Asha Rani Vohra
Publisher: Pustak Mahal
Release Date: 1993
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Pages: 150 pages
ISBN 13: 9788122304701
ISBN 10: 8122304702
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Synopsis : Modern Cookery Book written by Asha Rani Vohra, published by Pustak Mahal which was released on 1993. Download Modern Cookery Book Books now! Available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. MODERN COOKERY BOOK are on a Praises showered gourmet who can churn out good dishes as well as present it well on the table . ... A post - graduate in sociology , she has also been actively involved in women welfare . -- This book attempts to cater to not only the metropolitan, but also to the small-town housewives and working women in order to acquaint them with the etiquette to be observed while organizing parties and the presentation of food. Apart from culinary delights from across the world, the book includes sections on: *Ideal Kitchen. *Art of Serving and Table Decoration. *Table Manners. *Special Non-vegetarian Dishes. *Jams, Jellys, Fruit Salads and Chaats. *Chutneys, Sauces and Fruit Cocktails.

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