Things a Monkey Could Cook
by Jean Stites
Publisher: Smashwords 2012
Number of pages: 202
Ever have the urge to monkey around in the kitchen? Then look in here for primate-proof directions to some popular favorites. Of course you can do it! This is a book on cooking for complete beginners, containing cooking techniques and tips.
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