- Publisher: Murdoch Books (2001)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1743367449
- ISBN-13: 978-1743367445
- Product Dimensions: 10.3 x 1.2 x 8.4 inches
- Shipping Weight: 2.9 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 27 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,623,674 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Former San Francisco Chronicle food writer, photographer, graphic designer and Le Cordon Bleu-trained chef, Mathew Ramsey made his television debut this October on The Food Network's new show The Hungry Games, with Richard Blais and featured on the National Geographic's five-hour food special, EAT: The Story of Food, alongside celebrity chefs and foodies such as Jose Andres, Padma Lakshmi and Marcus Samuelsson.
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If I hadn’t been wooed to buy this book by a goodreads friend's glowing review ([...]...), I wouldn’t have been dreaming of holding this book in my hands, but I ordered it, and it arrived even more glorious in person. It arrived just in time for me to share it with everyone on Sunday, but only after I had taken a picture of the “Cheeseburger Pop Tart” and sent it to my Junk Food loving son. He promptly replied with “Dear God” and questioned if that was breakfast.
I laughed. I drooled (although not so much over Cheeseburger Pop Tarts). I dreamed.
The names alone are reason enough to be intrigued by this book, which really is a cookbook with amazing recipes. You probably won’t want to prepare these for every day breakfast, lunch and dinner – I take that back, you might / probably will *want* to, but I suspect these are not all “low cal” recipes.
These are all worthy of note, these two are the ones I'm choosing for this review: The “Wake ‘n Bacon” which features a maple-bacon wrapped burger, slices of melted cheddar between two apple fritter doughnuts and drizzled with a caffeinated maple=espresso syrup, and the “Mac Daddy Burger, featuring a lobster burger with bacon with a Mac and Cheese Bun. Yes, there is a recipe and instructions for making a bun for your burger out of macaroni and cheese.
There’s more. Pork Burgers. Lamb Burgers. Venison Burgers. Lobster burgers.
Condiments. Two mustard based recipes and four ketchup-based recipes.
Grilled Pineapple Butter.
Bacon Peanut Butter.
Maybe you think you don’t need this, maybe you’ve been happy with your fried chicken or your sausage gravy. Maybe just the section on cuts of meat, preparations, etc. will be what interests you.
And then there are the photographs. Really, people take pictures of food they’ve ordered, made, etc., and rarely does it look appealing. The photographs are perfect. Food photography is an art in itself, and Mathew Ramsey gets it oh-so right.