The Goodreads and iBooks preview snippets looked amazing; 20 on 10 for the guy who came up with them, but only 5 on 10 to the author for writing the book.
Chicken Karaage, best known as “Japanese Fried Chicken” is one of Hubby’s favorite Japanese dishes. He had fallen in love with this dish during one of his zillion trips to Tokyo and had introduced me to the American fusion version of it. This left me wondering whether an Indian version is possible too!
Goa, India’s smallest state by area, happens to be a seafood aficionado’s heaven. In addition to flaunting some of the most fascinating beaches in the world cradled in the bosom of the imposing Western Ghats, Goa is known for her signature Indo-Portuguese style of seafood cuisine, especially the way Goan culinary style does justice to shrimp dishes.
The story starts with Rachel Watson…poor, fat Rachel…sad Rachel…a sorry little liar with no life of her own… a barren lonely desperate broke divorcee who is about to be homeless and an AA for whom the only source of consolation lies in binge drinking.
It is the dim haze of mystery that adds enchantment to pursuit…Antoine Rivarol It’s this same dim haze that entices readers to this genre of literature: the pursuit to unravel the truth and the desire to know what happened in the end make readers fall in love with mystery-centric storytelling.
My Bengali palate never gets tired of fish and seafood; like any other Bong (slang for Bengali), the never dying love for seafood must be ingrained in my genetic blueprint. And what can be a better place than San Francisco Bay Area to look for the best quality dungeness crabs caught off the California coasts in winter ?
A much awaited January arrival, this Las Vegas centric spine chilling novel seems to have a lot to offer, particularly for big time thriller addicts like me. This new book by James Patterson and Maxine Paetro, seems to have made good use of the self-contradicting spirits of the Sin City.
So, the Holiday Season is finally over; the New Year has started with a bang and a bunch of fresh offerings for all book lovers, especially the ones who are big time fiction fans. If you’re still debating over finalizing your reading list for this month, here’s some quick help for you.
We had visited Mt. Shasta back in the Summer of 2012; but this trip was different because,