Satya Sudhir is a professor of Architecture from Bangalore and has published several award-winning research papers in the field of Architecture. But, her inspiration to venture into non-technical writing was triggered when she won the creative writing contest at IIT Madras in 2000. Since then, she has been writing for newspapers and magazines on everyday subjects. ‘A Hundred Red Roses - A cookbook for the new bride’ is a collection of recipes from her kitchen and has been written exclusively for a new bride who wants to learn cooking. This is her first book.
Her other interests include art and singing gospel music.
Are you a new bride who wants to learn cooking, or are you a well-wisher to a new bride looking for something unique to gift her? ‘A Hundred Red Roses’ is the perfect choice for you! It is a cookbook for a beginner with hundred simple and basic recipes that could be cooked every day in a home. The recipes have been categorized under Breakfast, Lunch box, Everyday Curries, Everyday Poriyals, Sunday Special, Summer Hol
Are you a new bride who wants to learn cooking, or are you a well-wisher to a new bride looking for something unique to gift her? ‘A Hundred Red Roses’ is the perfect choice for you! It is a cookbook for a beginner with hundred simple and basic recipes that could be cooked every day in a home. The recipes have been categorized under Breakfast, Lunch box, Everyday Curries, Everyday Poriyals, Sunday Special, Summer Holidays, Makeovers with Leftovers and special occasions like Christmas and Easter. A separate section has been dedicated exclusively to Hobby time – Baking.
Dear bride, this cookbook has been written exclusively for you like a gift bouquet of a hundred red roses with the hope and prayer that you will find everlasting love and happiness in your home, family and kitchen!
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In the words of Audrey Hepburn, “I love people who make me laugh, I honestly think it’s the thing I love to do the most”
I could n’t agree more with her. I love to laugh too and just loooove people who make me laugh. In fact, I think it is the easiest way to my heart. I fall Read More...
This is a true story of how I found 2 friends in need and how they became my friends in deed.
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I have always been proud of my lineage. A majority of my ‘tribe’ belongs to the southern districts of Tamil Nadu — Palayamkottai and Kanyakumari. I can trace my ancestry to a generation of pana yeri nadars ... (people who climbed palm trees for a living). But today’s generati Read More...
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