Khana-Kharab; Experimental Indian Vegeterian Food for Bachelors

Objective: To share my experiments with cooking Indian food which shall serve as benchmark and gudie for neo cooks and bachelors to solve their hunger problems when away from home. This is also going to serve as early warning for cooking mishaps! Scope of Cooking: 1) Indian Food as of now; in future you may find Indian Avtaar of International food items 2) Vegetarian food 3) Gujarati food

Friday, November 03, 2006

Analytical Cooking

  1. If the probability of success is not almost one, then it is damn near zero.
  2. All grocery estimates tends to result in unscheduled visits to grocery stores
  3. The time you take to cook last item is equal to the time it takes other item to get cold particularly one which you must eat hot.
  4. Some of it plus the rest of it is all of it.
  5. Less is more. (Michehl's Theorem)
  6. Standard deviation is high


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