her way through!
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The most important C-word for women,
today, is career and not cooking! Climbing the
corporate ladder, she has little time to learn
the ropes, so to say, from mummy dearest. But
then, does the other C-factor (read confidence)
in your life take a beating when
faced with the ordeal of coming up with a sumptuous
whacker of a meal?
No fret, says Nita Mehta the lady with the apron
who offers easy cook solutions on a platter,
literally! She is someone who combines all the
With over 100 best seller cookbook to her credit,
Nita has come up with a new self learning guide
Learn to Cook with Nita Mehta. The step-by-step
photographs in this all colour cookbook, and
the simple way in which the recipes are worded,
leave no margin for error while cooking. Learn
to cook not only teaches you how to cook the
most delicious food with the least bit of effort
but also help you to present it.
Right from the basics, which include selection
of utensils and ingredients like spices, herbs,
pulses and many
details. The art of table laying, menu planning
and entertaining in style are other interesting
features of this book.
Besides this, Nita has also written Flavours of
Cooking, which received the 'Best book on Asian
| others, the book
deals with practical topics such as 'How to Buy
and Store Vegetables/ Meat' giving you a ready reckoner
to aid your grocery shopping.
more, cutting techniques such as dicing, slicing,
shredding and decorative cutting offer informative
cooking' award at the Versailles (Paris) World Cook
For more details on Nita and her cooking tips write
in to SNAB Publishing (P) LTD., 3A/3, Asaf Ali Road,
New Delhi or call 23250091/23252948
with books !
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those history lessons and their innumerable dates
and places rarely finds favour with children.
But attempts to make learning easy never cease.
Focussing on novel methods of making children
learn and enjoy reading, Nita Mehta Publications
has launched a range of children's books titles
Glorious History of India, Classic Tales of India,
India After Independence, and Tell Me About Hinduism.
The books come colourfully illustrated to attract
kids' attention to topics like history and culture
."The books are written in a simple language
with lots of illustrations to make understanding
easier and make the experience enjoyable,"
says Anurag Mehta of Nita Mehta Publications.
For the uninitiated,
Nita Mehta is the noted cookery expert who also
has over 100 cookery books to her credit.
He adds, "As a child, history never held
my interest. But I always believed that Indian
history had all the ingredients of an exciting
story if presented in language and form appropriate
for young readers. With this objective, we launched
Nita Mehta Publications."
With these books available at
all leading bookstores and children really taking
to them, the publishing house is coming out with
more titles, namely, Festivals of India, The Mughals,
the Rajputs, Shivaji - The Great Maratha, and
The Sikhs, to name a few.
Nita Mehta Publications
3A/3, Asaf Ali Road