From Chaucer's Troilus and Criseyde: "Go, little book, go, little myn tragedye"
From Spenser's Shepheardes Calender: "Go, little book: thyself present"
Of course, these writers whose works I have been studying for,lo, these many, many years, knew quite well the merits of their not-so-little books.
Our cookbook truly IS little (only around 25 pages), and, in a sense, it doesn't exist REALLY, except in a pdf file, whatever the ontological status of a pdf file may be.
Whatever: you can check out our useful little book by purchasing a pdf through paypal: see the little button on the upper right. There are still a few typos, so if that will bother you, wait a bit.
OR--and here you must be very brave--you can purchase an ebook for kindle through Amazon. We have not had a guinea pig/friend test run this yet. The same typos are in this one. Fixing those will take a little longer.
Look at that snazzy pic taken by Frugal Son. His identity is now revealed, if you look. Not to mention, MY identity.
The ebook gives you recipes for 14 meals, based on 20 ingredients, predicated on a no-stove situation. We will start adding other recipes here as our whimsy takes us.
So, as always, I leave you with this: get a rice cooker.