The Kitchen God's Guide for Single Guys - Easy ways to enjoy food and save money [NOOK Book]

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I have a muse to a kitchen god. (Really. No – really, really.) As a guy, you have played some pool, or been in places where pool is played. You always hear comments about how the billiard gods give someone a lucky shot to win the game or the billiard gods hate someone and viciously made him lose?

Well, in the ...
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The Kitchen God's Guide for Single Guys - Easy ways to enjoy food and save money

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Overview

[SUPPORT: When you purchase this book, author help is included. Send your question about the material by email (see inside the book).]

I have a muse to a kitchen god. (Really. No – really, really.) As a guy, you have played some pool, or been in places where pool is played. You always hear comments about how the billiard gods give someone a lucky shot to win the game or the billiard gods hate someone and viciously made him lose?

Well, in the kitchen, there is a kitchen god. (I’m serious, stop laughing.) He was kicked out of the cooking universe for gross abuse of something or other. (I think he was snorting pepper or something like that. I don’t want to inquire and he won’t say.) Anyway, he has taken on a new purpose – helping single guys eat better tasting food while saving them tons of cash (to be used for the fun side of life).
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012492692
  • Publisher: Allan Sand
  • Publication date: 5/7/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 200
  • Sales rank: 1,322,935
  • File size: 266 KB

Meet the Author

Allan Sand has been a life-long kitchen god, having qualified to this exalted status at the young age of 16, given to him by his father, Edmund. He has since made large contributions to the world of single guy survival in the kitchen. It was his suggestion that a coffee maker be converted to a 24x7 source of hot water. This has saved men hundreds of millions of hours, not having to wait around for microwaved hot water.

In addition to his great expertise as a kitchen god, he is also known to be one of the better known instructors of pocket billiards. He has written several books on how to self tech yourself. His "Psychology of Losing" book, another humorous book that covers gamesmanship is used by coaches and referees the world over.
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