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Eat What You Want And Die Like A Man: The World's Unhealthiest Cookbook (edição 2008)

por Steve H. Graham

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Why choke down bland, mushy steamed vegetables and brown rice when there's so much fat-laden, calorie-rich, heart-busting cuisine out there? Here are the most unhealthy, figure un-friendly, bypass-encouraging recipes sure to satsify even the most insatiable glutton. From Deep-Fried Honey Garlic Chicken to Pizzeria-style Baked Ziti with Sausage and Mozzarella. And with decadent desserts like Deep-Fried Twinkies and Ice Cream Lasagne, Eat What You Want and Die Like a Man may not lead to a longer life, but it will certainly lead to a happier one.… (mais)
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Título:Eat What You Want And Die Like A Man: The World's Unhealthiest Cookbook
Autores:Steve H. Graham
Informação:Citadel Press (2008), Paperback, 284 pages
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(Alistair) I like food.

No, let me rephrase that. I really like food. I love food! I love eating food, I'm pretty keen on making food and then eating it, and basically, that food stuff is all good. If they came to me tomorrow and said, "Okay, we can put an orgasmic-ecstasy-on-demand wire in your pleasure center tomorrow, but in exchange you have to agree to only eat gruel for the rest of ever", I'd tell 'em where to stick their wire, and it wouldn't be in my brain. You see where I'm coming from, yes?

As such, you can also imagine my opinions on the undressed-green-salad (sans interesting vegetables) and tofu, anti-meat, anti-sugar, anti-fat, anti-carbohydrate - hey, has anyone come out against proteins, yet? - anti-trans-fat, anti-egg, anti-this, anti-that, you-may-live-longer-but-you'll-be-bloody-miserable-doing-it food police and their hanger-on weenies. I hope you can imagine them, anyway, since even our generous defamation laws prevent me from actually blogging them.

There's eating healthily most of the time, and then there's being a jackass about it, y'know?

Anyway. For those other times - and really, it has to be only for those other times, because if you dined solely on the recipes in this book, you'd have a coronary inside a month. When the author subtitled it "The World's Unhealthiest Cookbook", he wasn't kidding.

But for those other times when you fancy something supremely and outrageously decadent, like "Breakfast as a Mind-Altering Drug", "Propane Steak", "Champagne Chicken", "Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Hot Fudge Dessert (PMS Remedy)", or my personal soon-to-be-favorite, "Yeast-Raised Doughnuts Fried in Lard", this is the cookbook for you. I look forward to occasionally eating from it immensely.

Also - and Amy can testify to this, since I read it in bed and probably kept her awake by doing it - it's a very funny book. Possibly not to everyone's taste, since to quote one Amazon review:

Not only does this book contain "sick twisted humor," as stated by another reviewer, it is foul-mouthed and dishonorable. I don't know how anyone could want to eat anything after looking through this book.

So, essentially, don't buy it if you're a) easily offended, or b) suffer from the kind of metaphorical ass-stick that makes you cringe inside or tut with disapproval when reading, say, Stuff White People Like. It violates, so far as I can tell, every rule of so-called political correctness that I've ever heard, and then goes looking for a few more.

But it's funny as hell.

(As a final, random and mostly irrelevant note, the pig in the cover art looks like it was deeply annoyed by having that apple stuffed in its mouth and being roasted.)
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Why choke down bland, mushy steamed vegetables and brown rice when there's so much fat-laden, calorie-rich, heart-busting cuisine out there? Here are the most unhealthy, figure un-friendly, bypass-encouraging recipes sure to satsify even the most insatiable glutton. From Deep-Fried Honey Garlic Chicken to Pizzeria-style Baked Ziti with Sausage and Mozzarella. And with decadent desserts like Deep-Fried Twinkies and Ice Cream Lasagne, Eat What You Want and Die Like a Man may not lead to a longer life, but it will certainly lead to a happier one.

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