Gourmet Indian in Minutes

Gourmet Indian in Minutes

Book - 2008
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The second to last chapter is called "The Kids Save the Day", and boy to kids love that theme. :) If you're deciding if this story is appropriate for your children, it's about as scary as the Magic Treehouse series with Jack and Annie, and has a similar "danger level" but with more supportive parents. Reading level and word-count is similar to the Magic Treehouse, Junie B. Jones, or Jigsaw Jones stories, which makes it great for young kids learning to read, but adults will also enjoy reading it to their kids. A lighthearted story about a haunted house, including practical tips your kids can do if they think there's a ghost in their house. Please send me feedback, if enough people let me know they like it, I'll write the next 3 books in the series.
Publisher: [London] : Kyle Books ; Lanham, MD : Distributed by National Book Network, 2008.
ISBN: 9781904920731
190492073X
Branch Call Number: 641.5954 BHARADWA
Characteristics: 160 pages : color illustrations ; 24 cm.
Additional Contributors: Filgate, Gus

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Mar 27, 2013

I checked this book out for my boyfriend who loves to cook. It does not disappoint! The food is so varied in main ingredients and spice level, and the recipes are super easy to follow. The most difficult part about any food in there (and why I gave it 4 stars) is that some of these recipes call for spices that are very hard to find. But once you find a go-to spice shop, you are set!

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