Rose-Ann Mishio is an architect but she found time to write a book to help you tap into your creativity in the kitchen.
‘Twist It Up At Home’ is a recipe book that is different from the books you see around. And it’s not just the content.
With the book cover made from wood, its title is neatly carved with the pages held together by a twine around a beautifully carved wooden fork. Like the kind of great designs, you see from artists and architects.
Yeah, the author is an architect.
Rose-Ann Mishio is a full-time architect working on building her own firm. For now, the focus is on successfully completing her Master’s degree.
In between her busy schedule was trying to find a way to make you twist things up at home.
The cookbook is an avenue for taking cooking inspiration that aids one to tap into the creative and endless innovative schemes that come with preparing food.
Ranging from cuisines in Korea, China, Italy and Africa, Twist It Up At Home will help you try your favourite cuisine across the globe in the comfort of your home.
As a service to all people around the world, the cookbook comes in an electronic format (ebook) aside from the special editions with wooden covers.
So, if you ever want everything nice in your home, put in some sugar, spice things up and start twisting all the cuisines with Twist It Up At Home. You deserve the results.