For six years, Annick produced and edited the acclaimed Morbid Tales underground metal fanzine. Now working as a graphic designer in Montreal, she also DJs weekly at the celebrated Katacombes venue, designs record sleeves for metal bands, and organizes and promotes local live gigs.
Hellbent for Cooking is her first book. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
so awesome, great recipes and photos! Looking forward to trying some, maybe not the more adventurous ones.Published 3 months ago by Tammy Moncrief
Honestly, I have only made the guacamole from this book, but it turned out very good. It's also just a fun and visually appealing cookbook with nice photography. Read morePublished 4 months ago by S. Mertz
bought this for my husband who is both a culinary arts and metal music enthusiast. Both of us have tried recipes from the book and are pleased with the ease of execution of said... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Dana
I thought there would be some sort of humor to this cookbook.
I mean, after all, a metal cookbook? Read more
Cool book with some decent recipes, got as a gag gift for my dad but ended up wanting to try most of the foodPublished 17 months ago by Andrew
so far i've tried three recipes, and they're AWESOME! i like to cook a lot, and all these recipes are totally complete, ensuring that the recipes should work for just about anyone... Read morePublished 22 months ago by will
Hmm, well...I would say for a metal head this is a MUST OWN cookbook however, the recipes are...eh. Little off the wall, lot of them I probably won't make. Read morePublished on March 15, 2012 by sherry ryan