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This is one of the most interesting eBooks I've ever read and also THE FIRST eBook I've read. Ms. Rose definitely has what it takes to hook the reader's attention. My only complaint is that this eBook is too short. I was expecting this eBook to have info on what it's like to be in a relationship with a Filipina, but it was a amazing book nevertheless.
I got interested in this book because I wanted to hear an honest voice of a Philippine girl. After all, most of the South-East Asia love or erotic novels seems to be written by near middle-age western males. I think I was expecting more storyline outside bedroom and maybe more point of view from a Philippine girl. Some parts in the bedroom sounded lot like a very stereotypical American adult movies and it actually created me small confused. Anyway I'm very interested to read Cuzzion's other publications too.
Well, the globe would be a better put surely if we had more young ladies like Rose in it!A gifted writer, and a amazing human being also.While I would argue that there are a lot of amazing locations to visit, and other ladies to meet, in Southeast Asia -I would recommend the Amazon Kindle e book Asia Eleven 11 Amazing Towns to Live in Southeast Asia- Ms. Rose surely makes a amazing case for herself! If her touch and her prescense are as sweet and sugar and sharp and spice as her words, well surely she can create the sun shine for us all!Recommended, fella!
Having been to Thailand several times, I was looking for insight on how girls from the Philippines might be various from Thai girls. There was no useful info at all. Only a short graphic story about a young girl enjoying with an older man, which could have happened in any country or culture.
An enjoyable read, rather and to the point. Written in the English style that is prevalent in the Philippines and told as if being spoken to rather than described in a book. There is lust, hope, and sadness in this short composition and I think an insight in to the plight of the woman of the Philippines. I hope you continue to write, you never know where it will take you. Look forward to another book.
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This is a phenomenally attractive cookbook. The photographs are vivid and colorful. The "On your Tag - Obtain Set - Cook" format is very helpful to inexperienced cooks, as are the helpful informative chapters: "A Word About Safety, "Kitchen Essentials," "Kitchen Equipment and Utensils," and a metric conversion chart.I thought perhaps some of the recipes recipes were a small sophisticated and involved for young teenagers' tastes, but I was wrong. I bought copies of this book for some young mates and they have received and used the book with amazing enthusiasm. The pasta recipes went over big, as did the Huge Plate recipes (stirfries and such) the cheese pie, and the desserts, especially the chocolate cupcakes and intelligent is is a amazing cookbook and makes a unbelievable bonus for any aspiring young chef.
This book is beautiful--the photographs, the recipes, the chef's tips, the fresh ingredients, the fresh techniques, the concepts presented by this truly talented chef. My teenagers (to the delight of my entire family) take charge cooking complete, healthy, and delicious meals. What is so pleasing is the ease in ping for the important ingredients, and following the precise, completely understandable directions. A favorite recipe from this collection is the bread one using quinoa. This is not the first cookbook we have purchased written by this same chef. We are looking forward to a lot of more future recipes. Chef Matthew Locricchio continues to be a hugely enjoyable influence in our kitchen. We are so satisfied this book stresses buying locally, buying the best available, and forget about meats and animal products at food times. We recommend this book to every one---beginners, serious cooks and people curious about eating well prepared meatless recipes. This is a really an perfect cookbook,
We gave this bonus to our son for his 13th birthday, and now he loves being responsible for one food each week. He picks recipes, makes a grocery list, and creates the food all on his own. And he loves it. This is a amazing book for him because all of the recipes are things he likes, and he learning how to cook his favorite things.
This is the first book I've bought by Chef Matthew Locricchio and I really like it. I bought this as a show and wrapping it was difficult as it is so beautiful to look at.If you have been a vegan or vegetarian for awhile or if you're a foodie, everything in this book will be very familiar to you. I've created my own sodas and we've been rolling veggie sushi for awhile. I've come up with a lot of innovative uses for beans and tempeh. What is amazing about this book is the teen-appeal. This book is full of step by step instructions with gorgeous pictures. The instructions explain everything without making the reader feel stupid. A lot of recipe books create cooking method too difficult by including insanely long lists of ingredients and complicated preparation. This book makes the most of a few ingredients. A lot of cooking techniques are presented in appropriate locations along with helpful tips. For the blossoming foodie, there are also descriptions of less common yet tasty ingredients. Our grocery stores carry everything in this book, but I live in a metro is book is excellent for the teen who wants to prepare meal without mom hovering over. OK, sometimes that's still good, but sometimes they wish to do it themselves. Teen Cuisine is not just for vegetarians. I'm hoping that the meat eaters in my family will be tempted by these recipes and the pride of cooking for themselves so much that they will increase their vegetable intake.
I was impressed as soon as I pulled the book out of the box by its heaviness. It's much larger than I expected, which I am happy with, and the images are beautiful. I only skimmed through it but the recipes look like ones my 13 year old vegetarian (by choice) will really love. There are so a lot of to choose from!! I would definitely reccomend buying this book. You cannot go wrong especially for the price!!
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My 12 year old son loved this cookbook -- amazing pictures and directions create it a plus -- he's voluntarily cooked meals (and they were good!) several times since Christmas which makes this a miracle worker! Definitely worth picking up if you have a teen/tween interested in cooking or food.
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This is a terrific cookbook-slash-food history of a cuisine (or really cuisines) that is becoming more famous but is still not that well known outside the Philippines. Amy Besa and Romy Dorotan are amazing chefs and amazing listeners, grounding their recipes in the lives of ordinary home cooks, and honoring their work. It is clear from their recipes that they lament the modern use of processed food--there are no spam fries to be found here--but it is not snobby or fussy food. Dig in!
I am a Pilipino home cook and the recipes here are spot on. I already know how to cook a lot of of the dishes so the reason I bought it is for the gorgeous pictures and the bits of regional Pilipino cuisine history. Reading this book also reminds me so much of home that I feel transported back to the islands for a few mins when I pop this book open.