Man About the Kitchen by Alastair Williams

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Man About the Kitchen is designed to introduce men of all ages to the kitchen and to transform them with minimal pain into competent cooks.Recipe 21: The Male Cook This is becoming more popular, but has been a rarity in the past. Ingredients:This BookA ManA KitchenFirst of all, show the man where the kitchen is, and sit him in a quiet corner with a copy of this book. Leave for fifteen minutes, then explain to him that it really is his turn to do the cooking. Argue briefly, then hand him a saucepan and some ingredients, read the recipe to him very slowly, and hope for the best.

About Alastair Williams

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Alastair Williams is Reader in Music at Keele University. He is the author of New Music and the Claims of Modernity (1997) and Constructing Musicology (2001); and a contributor to The Cambridge Companion to John Cage (2002) and The Cambridge History of Twentieth-Century Music (2004). He has also published articles in a wide range of music journals, including Music and Letters, Music Analysis and twentieth-century music.
Published March 6, 2007 by Matrix Digital Publishing. 160 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Computers & Technology, Education & Reference, Humor & Entertainment, Cooking.

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