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I Am Writing A Cookbook

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When I was young, my father forbade my mother from teaching me cooking.

He didn’t want me to get sucked in housework and become what every girl in my time was expected to become— a housewife.

My mother respected his wishes and toiled alone in the kitchen while I concentrated on my studies. I was a bright student. I went through my teen years and early twenties without knowing how to cook.




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Neera Mahajan

Neera Mahajan

A Whimsical Writer

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