Wednesday, September 24, 2008


As promised, here. This list might have been influenced by my current state of scavenger-hood.

1) Learning to Cook by Some Author - Extremely Useful.
2) The Rotary Guide to Indian Food – Apply methods from above book into this.
3) The Bible – The soul needs some form of relief in these trying times.

Regarding novels and things, I really can’t pick out a top three. I just remember a few notable ones I read recently were “The Life of Pi by Yann Martel” and “Reaper Man by Terry Pratchett”. But most of the stuff I read these days is off the net. Some pretty interesting stuff can be dug up at


TheWhacksteR said...

Just read reaper man last week..thought it was pretty good..

mixedblessings89 said...

Terry Pratchett is pretty cool...
but you CANNOT leasr how to cook off a book. You just can't.

It has to be done through observation and practical application.

mixedblessings89 said...

BTW, did your mum come back? How's the food situation at home?

Jerry said...

It is.

Well then I'm doomed to starve to death aren't I?
And no, Monday.

Pakaya said...

The life of Pi - good shit.

Jerry said...

Jesus Christ!!

YOU read?!