From Publishers Weekly
Private chef Walker, formerly a creative executive for Nickelodeon and the Cartoon Network, puts his talents to misogynistic ends in this off-putting cookbook, aimed at the young male demographic who made Tucker Max a bestseller and treat The Game as a guide to life. Dedicated to helping novices "cook an amazing meal and bring out their date's inner slut," Walker presents basic cooking and entertaining techniques doused in graphic anecdotes, casual insults, frat-boy innuendos and plenty of disdain for the opposite sex. Sound advice on presentation, kitchen essentials, wine pairings, and flirting is buried amidst Walker's steadfast commitment to the low road, including digressions on farting, recipe titles like "Tap That Ass-paragus Soup" and "Miso Horny Cod," and witless bon mots like, "boozing has always been as American as apple pie eaten off Betsy Ross' tits." Stale chauvinist humor aside, Walker's guide doesn't live up to its potential, content to circle the drain endlessly with a tiring litany of female stereotypes and recycled seduction strategies.
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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." – obby 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