The Time Machine

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The Time Machine

The Time Machine We grew up in households where food was important We grew up in households where the kitchen was the centre of our universes The main family thoroughfare happened in our kitchens The Time Machine is a

  • Title: The Time Machine
  • Author: Nikesh Shukla
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 484
  • Format: ebook
  • We grew up in households where food was important We grew up in households where the kitchen was the centre of our universes The main family thoroughfare happened in our kitchens The Time Machine is a new novella about food and grief by award winning author Nikesh Shukla.It tells of Ashok s attempts to cook food like mum used to make If he succeeds, his time machin We grew up in households where food was important We grew up in households where the kitchen was the centre of our universes The main family thoroughfare happened in our kitchens The Time Machine is a new novella about food and grief by award winning author Nikesh Shukla.It tells of Ashok s attempts to cook food like mum used to make If he succeeds, his time machine will have worked and he ll be transported back to a time when the family home was alive with the sounds of cricket, the smell of food and the presence of his mother The story is a tender, funny ode to home cooked Gujarati cooking not tandoori or balti, are you rogan joshing me , peppered with family recipes and charmingly outdated wisdom from over bearing aunties.

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    1. Avinash Mamtora on said:

      except for the fact that the proceeds of my purchase went to the lung cancer foundation, there wasn't anything commendable about this book. rife with grammar and factual mistakes (most gujarati kitchen words were wrong), this book hinges on the author's attempt, via 3 recipes (one of them non-veg, imagine the horror for a gujarati family!!!), to rekindle smells and tastes of the kitchen his mother used to run at his childhood home. the sentiments are real, the writing could have been much better [...]

    2. Arlene on said:

      This is brilliant, moving, sad,funny. It's only a quid and 25p goes to the Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation. Buy it. Have a tissue handy when you read it. galleybeggar/store/books

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