The Practical Cookbook for Single Men
by Jacobus Kotze
Number of pages: 75
This cookbook is for men who are suddenly alone, whether by choice, divorce or death and need to take over the kitchen duties in a hurry. Something they have last done decades ago before marriage. Therefore it is neither fancy nor advanced in anyway, just simple and easy to cook meals using locally available ingredients.
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