Tag Archives: recipes

  • ‘On Eating Insects: Essays, Stories and Recipes’

    ‘On Eating Insects: Essays, Stories and Recipes’

    Hey, want to see somebody eat a bug? Heyyyy, want to see a bunch of people write stories and personal essays, and share recipes, about eating bugs? On the former point I’ll let you search YouTube on your own, but for the latter I’ve got a book for your to check out. It’s called On […]

  • ‘Eat What You Watch: A Cookbook for Movie Lovers’ by Andrew Rea

    ‘Eat What You Watch: A Cookbook for Movie Lovers’ by Andrew Rea

    Andrew Rea is the creator of the popular web series Binging with Babish, which generally shows viewers how to create famous dishes from TV and movies. It’s only natural that such a concept would be adapted into a cookbook, and so it is with Rea’s upcoming Eat What You Watch: A Cookbook for Movie Lovers. […]

  • ‘The IKEA Easy Recipe Series’ Cookbook Has Cookable Pages (Video)

    ‘The IKEA Easy Recipe Series’ Cookbook Has Cookable Pages (Video)

    IKEA has developed a new kind of cookbook that seems designed to let even complete kitchen idiots make their own meals. It’s The IKEA Easy Recipe Series, a new line of – well, I guess these are cookposters or cookfliers more than they are cookbooks – with cookable pages that you roll up and throw […]

  • ‘Burger Lab: The Art and Science of the Perfect Burger’

    ‘Burger Lab: The Art and Science of the Perfect Burger’

    These virtual pages are full of tributes to the art of the cheeseburger. But that’s only one half of the purview advocated by a new book from New Zealand chef Daniel Wilson, entitled Burger Lab: The Art and Science of the Perfect Burger. Burger Lab covers the basics of the world’s greatest culinary innovation, but […]

  • ‘Commissary Kitchen: My Infamous Prison Cookbook’

    ‘Commissary Kitchen: My Infamous Prison Cookbook’

    It would appear to be a good time to be a prison food connoisseur. A few days ago it was announced that cultishly adored prison snack The Whole Shabang was available on the general market, and now we have Albert “Prodigy” Johnson’s Commissary Kitchen: My Infamous Prison Cookbook. The cookbook is a followup to Johnson’s […]

  • ‘Thug Kitchen 101: Fast as F*ck’ Cookbook

    ‘Thug Kitchen 101: Fast as F*ck’ Cookbook

    Popular food blog Thug Kitchen has done what so many other popular food blogs before it have done, and released some of its best material as a cookbook. It’s called Thug Kitchen 101: Fast as F*ck (censorship theirs, by way of a well-placed macaroni), and it includes more than 100 recipes with high premiums placed […]

  • ‘The Waldorf Astoria Bar Book’

    ‘The Waldorf Astoria Bar Book’

    You’ve probably heard of Manhattan‘s Peacock Alley, even if you know it as “the Waldorf Astoria bar” rather than its proper name. Peacock Alley’s manager Frank Caiafa has written a new book all about the bar, and this popular conception of the bar’s name is reflected in its title: The Waldorf Astoria Bar Book. The […]

  • ‘Cooking with Beer': A Guide to Sudsy Culinary Arts

    ‘Cooking with Beer': A Guide to Sudsy Culinary Arts

    Beer is largely best enjoyed as a beverage, but anybody who’s had a good beer-battered something or used it as a secret ingredient in a chili or stew knows the value of beer in the kitchen. Cooking with Beer, a new cookbook from Mark Dredge, takes that wisdom to a whole new level. The book’s […]