- By Joe Inniss Ralph Miller Peter Stadden

Dark Side of the Spoon: The Rock Cookbook

  • Title: Dark Side of the Spoon: The Rock Cookbook
  • Author: Joe Inniss Ralph Miller Peter Stadden
  • ISBN: 9781786270894
  • Page: 343
  • Format: Paperback
  • Dark Side of the Spoon The Rock Cookbook Dark Side of the Spoon The Rock Cookbook features thirty recipes inspired by some of the most renowned rock acts of today and yesteryear The dishes are accompanied by exclusive artworks from thirty to

    Dark Side of the Spoon The Rock Cookbook features thirty recipes inspired by some of the most renowned rock acts of today and yesteryear The dishes are accompanied by exclusive artworks from thirty top illustrators Catering for cooks of all abilities and tastes, this book will help you master a wide range of appetizers, entr es, and desserts including Smashing Pumpkin PDark Side of the Spoon The Rock Cookbook features thirty recipes inspired by some of the most renowned rock acts of today and yesteryear The dishes are accompanied by exclusive artworks from thirty top illustrators Catering for cooks of all abilities and tastes, this book will help you master a wide range of appetizers, entr es, and desserts including Smashing Pumpkin Pie, Fleetwood Mac and Cheese, and Primal Bream Dark Side of the Spoon celebrates the many humorous parallels between food and rock, and is a must have for anyone with a love for cooking, music, or illustration, or indeed all three.

    1 thought on “Dark Side of the Spoon: The Rock Cookbook

    1. A fun little book of recipes with a rock twist. the recipes are rated for difficulty and production time and organised in order of eating them (Starters, Mains, Desserts, Extras) with a lot of extra helpful tables and other material and of course, plenty of rock references throughout. the dishes are also widely varied in their origin, some being traditionally Italian or American, other Japanese and Vietnamese.

    2. A rock cookbook by someone who doesn't know the difference between rock and metal. Or is the title of this book just incorrect and this isn't actually a rock cookbook? Which ever it is this is just a short cookbook where all the recipe names are a play on each bands name.

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