Penguin Random House is delighted to announce this year’s Valentine’s release. Make room this season of love for All He Left Me Was a Recipe by Bollywood actress and travel influencer Shenaz Treasury.
Part fact, part fiction, All He Left Me Was a Recipe is a never-ending pursuit of love, a quest for the ever-elusive ‘Mr Right,’ all while kissing the ‘Mr Maybes’. It’s a rollercoaster ride through the fabulous and often hilariously complicated world of modern dating where love, lust and culinary metaphors are on the menu.
From ‘a-ha’ moments to giggles and even some epic heartbreaks with a fair share of tear-shedding, this book is a VIP pass to Shenaz Treasury’s heart in all its shapes and forms over the years. Every story wraps up with
a recipe—a memento from each of these unforgettable encounters—along with some timeless life lessons.
So, pour a glass of wine, get comfy and dive into a world that’ll make you laugh, shed a tear or two, and who knows, you might just find yourself along the way.
“ This book is dedicated to all the men who have been in and out of my life.
The men whose roles have morphed between my best friends, lovers, teachers, children and boyfriends.
The men I have laughed with, cried with, shared meals with, had adventures with, travelled the world with. The men who made me laugh, the men who made me lunch, the men who took me out to dinners, the men who later unfriended me on Facebook and blocked me on WhatsApp.
Yes, those men!
I hope all those men find this book and read it.”
About the author
Shenaz Treasury, India’s OG MTV VJ and Bollywood’s charismatic ‘it’ girl from Ishq Vishk and Delhi Belly, has become India’s hottest travel vlogger. A dynamic entertainer, Shenaz has moved beyond acting over the years. She wrote, produced and hosted Culture Shock for Discovery Travel Channel, US, and sold a screenplay to Yash Raj.
In the US, Shenaz acted in 107 episodes of One Life to Live on ABC and added her humour to The Nightly Show on Comedy Central, produced by Jon Stewart. She played a memorable role in the Oscarnominated The Big Sick, produced by Judd Apatow, and starred in Brown Nation on Netflix.
For interviews, reviews, features and excerpts. Please get back to me. Shenaz is based in Mumbai and is open to physical appearances and conversations.