The World's Unhealthiest Cookbooks
Eat healthy and live to be 100?
Why choke down bland, mushy steamed veggies and brown rice when there's so much fat-laden, calorie-rich, heart-bursting cuisine out there to be savored? Because you want to live? So you can spend your golden years wandering aimlessly around a Florida shopping mall and eating dinner at 2 in the afternoon? So your rotten, ungrateful kids can plop you into some nursing home the minute you forget what day it is?So go ahead, triple your cholesterol and triglyceride counts and clog those arteries . You'll never get out of this world alive, so you might as well enjoy your life while you can!
Eat What You Want And Die Like A Man
Nostalgic for a time when kitchen counters had a container marked "grease" right next to "flour" and "sugar," author and blogger Graham (Keep Chewing Till It Stops Kicking) offers up a rambling, tongue-in-cheek, plaque-in-artery collection of recipes and essays for those dedicated to the "Art of Lard." Graham delights in slaughtering sacred cows with his acerbic, at times wildly inappropriate humor, but also gets a terrific amount of glee from simple bacon grease, a key ingredient in ribs, chicken fried steak, hash browns and even popcorn. Predictably dense takes on macaroni and cheese, burgers and fries dominate, though more exotic fare like Turducken and Rotis with Goat Curry are also detailed. Graham's glib instructions can frustrate; for fatty (but incredibly flavorful) twice-baked fries, "you get your fat, and you put it in a big pot, and you put it in the oven at 250 for like a day. Then you throw out the lumps that remain," before you add potatoes for frying. Most of his dishes, however, fall within the capabilities of kitchen novices, and he peppers sound advice throughout on everything from the proper use of ham hocks to the care of cast iron skillets.
Ruby Ann's Down Home Trailer Park Cookbook
Between recipes for Kathy Lee Giffrod Tribute Cheese Dip and Dr. Pepper Salad, Ruby Ann entertains with tales of living at the High Chaparral Trailer Park in Pangburn, Arkansas (Lot 18 in a two-story pink double-wide). Check out her web site: for a sample of her "Dame Edna does Down-Home" routine. The book is a delight!
Bon Appetit Desserts: The Cookbook for All Things Sweet and Wonderful
This is a gorgeous book that makes me want to make everything--no, taste everything--inside! This is a must-have for every baker, cook, and sweet freak in your life
The Twinkies Cookbook: An Inventive and Unexpected Recipe Collection from Hostess
In 2005, as part of Twinkies’ 75th anniversary celebration, Hostess put out a call for recipes, asking people to share their ideas for cooking—yes, cooking—with Twinkies. Hundreds of people from across the country responded with an amazing collection of homegrown, creative, and sometimes wacky recipes. Nostalgic, colorful, and a delight for the whole family, this is the perfect book for the Twinkie lover in all of us. Selected Recipes:Twinkie SushiTwinkie BurritoPigs in a TwinkiePumpkin Twinkie Bread PuddingPeanut Butter and Jelly Twinkie Cake
Gordon Ramsay's World Kitchen: Recipes from The F-Word
This was voted the most unhealthy cookbook of 2010...which makes it fabulous!
Top Secret Restaurant Recipes 2
The kitchen clone recipe king is back with a new Top Secret Restaurant Recipes collection—the first since his 1997 bestselling Top Secret Restaurant Recipes, which has sold over one million copies. Wilbur takes readers behind the scenes of big-name restaurants like Olive Garden, Applebee's, and Outback Steakhouse, revealing the key ingredients and tricks of the trade they use to keep diners coming back for more. The book will feature 150 recipes, including:Red Lobster Cheddar Bay BiscuitsCheesecake Factory White Chocolate RaspberryTruffle CheesecakeRomano's Macaroni Grill Penne RusticaCalifornia Pizza Kitchen Thai Crunch SaladOriginal Pancake House Apple PancakeChili's Southwestern EggrollsHouston's Chicago-Style Spinach DipTony Roma's Baked Potato Soup