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Posted October 6, 2011
On a book entitled "Kail: The Food Goddess", I was expecting something filled with delicious and slightly exotic recipies, and some rather interesting memories and recollections from a mature person who's had lots of expereience with both. Instead, the book reads like it was written by a college student who just liked to cook in their dorm. There's nothing wrong with the latter, it just doesn't live up to expectations. It also doesn't help that there's quite a few typos - "lest" instead of "lets" is the biggest and most common example I can think of. The only real plus I can think of for this book - it's short.
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Posted July 8, 2011
Title doesn't sound right
I don't know about this cook book but title itself is wrong. "Kali" is not goddess of food but goddess who fights against evil. Goddess of food is " annapoorna"
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Posted May 27, 2011
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