Kali: The Food Goddess, A Compilation of Delightful Recipes and Memories of Food

Kali: The Food Goddess, A Compilation of Delightful Recipes and Memories of Food

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by Kali Browne
     
 

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An edited compilation of recipes and essays published in novelist Barbara Bretton's website between 2006 - 2010. Includes 24 indexed recipes and cuisines include Puerto Rican, Spanish and Chinese, along with adaptations of some classics. Also includes witty essays that will leave you salivating for more!  See more details below

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An edited compilation of recipes and essays published in novelist Barbara Bretton's website between 2006 - 2010. Includes 24 indexed recipes and cuisines include Puerto Rican, Spanish and Chinese, along with adaptations of some classics. Also includes witty essays that will leave you salivating for more!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940012466174
Publisher:
Kali Amanda Browne
Publication date:
05/10/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
55 KB

Meet the Author

Kali Amanda Browne lives in Brooklyn, NY, and has had a love affair with food that spans a lifetime.

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Kali 2.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
Enonocchi More than 1 year ago
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.
1-Ammy More than 1 year ago
Now that I have read this, I really like it. I especially like her humor. Also the recipes, and how she suggests different ingredients for each recipe. Glad I took a very low risk on this book. Afterall, if I didn't like it, I just had to delete it. Mel
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
For the individual whowished to inform us all of the nature of the Hindi Goddess Kali and her wrathful ways, I would just like to point out that the author of this book is a woman named Kali. I would think that well read folks might read a little prior to inserting foot-in-mouth. And for those complaining about the stories, which part of the title did you not understand?
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Interesting, but a few too many stories and not enough recipies. Does contain some good ideas though.
Granny_Nan More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed this little book. And again, it is a free book. There were some really yummy soundig recipes, and some food ideas that I had never heard of before, but am anxious to try!
sandystarr28 More than 1 year ago
This book reads more like excerpts from a newspaper column than a true cookbook. And read it you must, because half of the recipes are incorporated into the text. A few interesting descriptions of more exotic fruits like plaintain and guava, and some history is provided. But overall, the recipes are heavily Caribean, and include ingredients like white wine and capers, things that are not usually found in my pantry.
Sree Deepthi Gundala More than 1 year ago
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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