The name Sister Anastazja Pustelnik is quite a tongue twister but once you get a chance to taste some of the dishes prepared by Sister Anastazja Pustelnik you would forget about everything else. Sister Anastazja Pustelnik whips up a mean dish of pasta and other delicacies.
Actually Sister Anastazja Pustelnik’s skills set lie in easy to make and bake cake and pastries. This is not something Sister Anastazja Pustelnik had bargained for when she got into recipe book writing as a part time job to raise funds for her monastery. But not she seems to be reveling in it.
And the fact that Sister Anastazja Pustelnik has become an instant success lends to the flavor of the whole thing. You can’t go wrong if you are a practicing nun devoted entirely to the life of god and you write a cook book.
Today, Sister Anastazja Pustelnik’s cook books are available on the top shelf and store windows. Not to forget online. The cover of these cook books show the nun with an apron over her black nun’s habit and a mixing bowl or serving platter in hand.
The image seems like an easy sell. I guess the fact that people think the money is ultimately going to god is hard to fight against.
Sister Anastazja Pustelnik Wiki & Bio
Sister Anastazja Pustelnik, I believe is a resident of Krakow, Poland. My knowledge of Krakow is limited to the movie Schindler’s List and sometimes when I need tech support and I call the help line number, I know it ends up in Krakow, Poland.
Sister Anastazja Pustelnik efforts at writing cookbooks has led to 5 books so far since 2001. Sister Anastazja Pustelnik’s cookbooks have ranged in from 1.1 million copies in Poland itself. A great number considering Poland has an over all population of just 38 million. (Which is 1/10th of United States).
Have you had a chance to check out her books yet? How do you find them? Also, what do you think about this whole craze thing.
Post your opinion below.