(PRWEB) December 13, 2012
According to Fanny Fern, “The way to a man’s heart is through his stomach.” This can actually work both ways as a man who knows how to cook goes a long way in impressing the ladies. Author Jim O’Connor once navigated the unfamiliar world of cooking and there he discovered that brilliance in the kitchen is possible for anyone willing to think differently about cooking.
O’Connor’s book, The Bloke’s Guide to Brilliant Cooking: and How to Impress Women is a humorous do-it-yourself guide to two of the most important things in any man’s life—the love of great food and impressing women. It will show anyone how to impress like a chef by thinking the way a Bloke naturally thinks; like a Bloke. It will take the reader on a larrikins own adventure into the mysteries of brilliant cooking enabling anyone willing to think differently about cooking to tap into their cooking genius .
Brilliant cooking is what happens when the instincts, imagination, and the head get together on the same plate and tell the hands what to do in the kitchen. The Bloke’s Guide to Brilliant Cooking: and How to Impress Women is perfect for anyone who loves cooking and women, and is looking for something unique. By the time the reader has finished reading this book, he will be able to create unlimited amazing meals all from an idea in his head and he’ll have a great laugh as he does it.
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About the Author
Jim O’Connor is an author and professional educator with a talent for creating brilliance from simple and complex subjects alike. This book began life as a University assignment in which O’Connor was challenged to teach a subject for which he knew little and one in which many of them knew much. The subject was cooking and the result impressive. Years later, the result of that challenge is this book.
The Blokes Guide to Brilliant Cooking * by Jim O'Connor
and How to Impress Women
Publication Date: November 27, 2012
Picture Book; AU$49.99; 100 pages; 978-1-4797-3461-0
Picture Book Hardcover; AU$69.99; 100 pages; 978-1-4797-3462-7
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