Why keeping wonderful, mouth-watering recipes deadly secret can be a very stupid, selfish and dangerous idea indeed….
- 1 lonely, pretty, red-haired 15 year old princess
- 1 bunch of happy-go-lucky schoolgirls collectively known as the ‘Babblers’
- 1 kid brother of one of the above girls
- 1 roly-poly good maharaja who is a legendary cook
- 1 rakish young maharaja, brother of above, fond of fast cars and racehorses
- 1 evil and completely mad rajasahib from a rival kingdom
- 1 even more evil son of the above, with terrible designs on the princess
- 1 Top Secret Recipe Masterbook
- 1 devastating dinner menu including the famous ‘Sharabi Suar Ke Bachche’ and ‘Tun-tun Rani ke Aloo’
- 1 black and silver Rolls Royce Phantom
- Numerous miscellaneous villains, crooks, cooks and elephants
- Generous pinches of guile, charm, cunning, culinary skill and sheer guts
- Take lonely princess and mix (bond) with bunch of schoolgirls and kid brother
- Stir in back story of the legendary Recipe Masterbook
- Sauté rakish young maharaja with evil rajasahib till the latter is frothing at the mouth and swearing vengeance
- Take princess and friends and forcibly dump into evil bubbling p(l)ot of mad rajasahib and son
- Mix children with guile, charm, cunning, culinary skill and sheer guts and devastating dinner menu (including ‘Sharabi Suar Ke Bachche’ and ‘Tun-tun Rani ke Aloo’). Stir well.
- Pile children into black and silver Rolls Royce Phantom and bake high speed getaway
- Garnish with numerous cooks, crooks, irritable elephants, high-speed car chases and at least one helicopter explosion
Serve to anyone between the ages of 10 and 100.