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Cook to Bang: The Lay Cook's Guide to Getting Laid Paperback – May 11, 2010
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“He teaches you how to tap your inner Julia Child and easily tap that girl's…” ―Houston Chronicle
“A bumper-to-bumper culinary seduction guide covering everything from drink pairing to mood music.” ―Huffington Post
“Walker's step-by-step process turns Chef Boyardee into Chef Justgotlaidlastnight.” ―AOL's Asylum
“Don't take Walker's word for it: according to celebrity chef Mario Batali, 'There's two ways to make someone happy-both are by putting something in them.'” ―Newsweek
“Spencer Walker's highly manticipated Cook to Bang.” ―NY Magazine
“Miss Manners it's not, but undoubtedly smart stuff.” ―Philadelphia City Paper
“I would suggest this book to anyone who likes to read, cook, laugh or wants to get closer to a lady friend.” ―Bobby D Radio Show
“The methodology for the making of true romance can be found in Walker's masterpiece, 'Cook to Bang'.” ―Crave Online
“Walker is a culinary pioneer.” ―University of Arizona Daily Wildcat
Top Customer Reviews
for a quite a little while. While I thought this was a book for moronic
guys, I read it in a single plane ride. The old man sitting next to me kept
looking over wondering what was so funny. Let's just say I appreciated the
humor more than he did, bible in his lap. The author Spencer Walker is like
the perverted male Carrie Bradshaw. Cook To Bang is funnier than it is
informative, and written with tongue firmly in cheek. Still ladies can learn
as much as guys in the art of foodie seduction. Yum!
The cooking advice is real and solid (apparently Mr. Walker was a sous chef and it shows in his recipes) but it's the humor that makes this book worth the read.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I brought this to a family white elephant gift exchange and it got a bunch of laughs. My cousin was reading excerpts from it as soon as it was pulled from the box, definitely the... Read morePublished on April 13, 2014 by K2
Not very well done at all. No real cooking advice here, just the ramblings of a college kid boasting of his prowess with the opposite sex. Not even funny. Read morePublished on December 2, 2012 by David A. Mason
This book has a lot of 5 star reviews but that really is more than this book deserves. What deserves 5 stars is the recipes, not the book! Read morePublished on June 22, 2012 by Jessme
Well, on the upside, it isn't quite so evil as the typical seduction community drivel...
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This book is an instant classic. Whether you're a hardcore foodie, a lecherous ladies man (or woman), a humor aficionado, or just someone who wants to learn how to make a few great... Read morePublished on May 19, 2010 by Andrew R. Kaufman