What the F*@# Should I Make for Dinner?: The Answers to Life’s Everyday Question (in 50 F*@#ing Recipes)

Don t know what to make for dinner Is every evening an occasion for duress and deliberation No What the F Should I Make For Dinner gets everyone off their a es and in the kitchen Derived from the incredibly popular website, whatthefuckshouldimakefordinner, the book functions like a Choose your own adventure cookbook, with options on each page for anotheDon t know what to make for dinner Is every evening an occasion for duress and deliberation No What the F Should I Make For Dinner gets everyone off their a es and in the kitchen Derived from the incredibly popular website, whatthefuckshouldimakefordinner, the book functions like a Choose your own adventure cookbook, with options on each page for another f ing idea for dinner.With 50 recipes to choose from, guided by affrontingly creative navigational prompts, both meat eaters and vegetarians can get cooking and leave their indecisive selves behind.
What the F Should I Make for Dinner The Answers to Life s Everyday Question in F ing Recipes Don t know what to make for dinner Is every evening an occasion for duress and deliberation No What the F Should I Make For Dinner gets everyone off their a es and in the kitchen Derived from the incr

  • Title: What the F*@# Should I Make for Dinner?: The Answers to Life’s Everyday Question (in 50 F*@#ing Recipes)
  • Author: Zach Golden
  • ISBN: 9780762441778
  • Page: 136
  • Format: Hardcover
  • 1 thought on “What the F*@# Should I Make for Dinner?: The Answers to Life’s Everyday Question (in 50 F*@#ing Recipes)”

    1. i love cooking, cursing, and novelty cookbooksis should really be a slam-dunk five-star book is much better than the website: whatthefuckshouldimakefordinner, because the site just links you to different recipes that are good, but traditionally-worded, and the book-recipes use salty talk (and not that wishy-washy @!$% on the cover - good honest sailor talk) and are borderline abusive, and i like being slapped around by a cookbook. "your reverse midas touch turns everything to shit, but how about [...]

    2. Ok so I have mixed reviews for this cookbook. First of all it's hilarious. I loved reading through it and laughing at all the recipes and descriptions. So entertainment-wise it was awesome.Unfortunately, the actual recipes are really hit and miss. So far I've only made 3 a Mint, Basil, Pea Linguine, Pork Loin with Tomato Peach Cutney, and Browned Butter Sage Grilled Cheese Sandwiches. The Sage Grilled Cheese sandwiches were amazing. The pork loin was so-so, and unfortunately the linguine was as [...]

    3. Hilarious and useful at the same time! My family is full of foul-mouth veterans, Jerseyites, city dwellers and blue collar 'Mericans, and this book offers easy to follow tasty and healthy recipes and the added benefit of chastising and politely shaming you for finding excuses not too cook - the book won't let you get away with that, personally, I appreciate the little tap upside the head!

    4. So I'm looking at books on the online libraryd see this one. Of course I have to check it out and read it. It's like Julia Childs only Denis Leary wrote it:-) A cookbook written with vulgar language like a "choose your own adventure" that insults you at the same timey not for everyone but so unusual I was unable to resist the temptation of reading it.

    5. These recipe instructions have everything I need when I'm cooking: cursing, profanity and knife threats. (And I'd expect no less from a chef who's worked in professional kitchens for years.) Instructions aside, the mix of ingredients is also quite fresh. Can't wait to try the watermelon and feta salad.

    6. I loved this book. Partly because of sentences in recipes like "cook it al dente: that's Italian for 'not total shit'", partly for the choose-your-own-adventure format, partly because it's spiral bound, partly because the recipes look good.cally the sum of these parts = awesome.

    7. I'll confess I picked this up because it is a common question around here; I didn't really find any answers though. There are some interesting recipes, but not many that will work in my household and there is a bit more cursing than I anticipated.

    8. YawnSorry, but after reading "Thug Kitchen " this book just doesn't sparkle despite the catchy title. A few interesting recipes,true, but results in tea

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