This is a Cookbook by Max Sussman

This is a Cookbook

Get into the kitchen. Use what’s in there. And don’t be worried about f’ing it up. James Beard Foundation 2012 Rising Star nominee Max Sussman and his partner in crime, Eli, are over perfection. They care about cooking good food that tastes like you made it. Teaming up with Olive Press, these Brooklyn brothers of Über-hip New York establishments Roberta’s and Mile End have a go-to, hands-dirty method for wannabe-kitchen-badasses. This is...

Details This is a Cookbook

TitleThis is a Cookbook
Release DateSep 10th, 2012
PublisherWeldon Owen
GenreFood and Drink, Cookbooks, Cooking, Nonfiction, Culinary, Food

Reviews This is a Cookbook

  • M
    My one complaint. No table of contents at the beginning. Really. It lists the six sections of different food genres. And then turn to that page to see a list of those recipes. But no master list. I can't remember which category a dish belongs to. And makes it more difficult to browse recipes.
  • Alyssa
    "Lazy Brunch: roll out of bed & put on a Motown record. It's time for eggs & day drinking"I'm 5 pages into this book and already I love it. These guys are quirky and interesting and real. Can't wait to finish the book & add some recipes to my box.-------------------Finished! I absolutely adored this book and have tagged a few recipes I plan on copying before I return to the library. The authors & creators of the recipes are the type of guys you w...
  • Michelle
    The recipes seem great but have so many different ingredients and steps with each recipe. These recipes don't seem to be a reflection of real life, unless it is a life of luxury and all the time in the world.
  • T Crockett
    I liked the casual, speaking to the reader tone, but it felt like it was talking to someone with a more urban (possibly in their twenties) lifestyle. That's not me. Having said that there are about 6 recipes I want to try, including Nutella Rolls, cauliflower with a tahini sauce, and their page of unexpected popcorn toppings.
  • Lonnie Tapia
    This is one of one cookbooks that kicks you in the butt. You want to cook everything — its not the aspirational cook book that just sits on your shelf.Try the Korean ribs. They are to die for.The categories and chapter names are fun and realistic: what to make when you get home late after a bar crawl? This book has you covered.
  • Debbie
    I really love this cookbook. It's full of all my comfort foods and I plan to cook my way through it quickly - from the fried rice to the chocolate peanut butter pie. Oh my!
  • Sara
    Cute, quirky, non-intimidating cookbook.
  • Janice
    I wish there were more vegetarian dinner options.
  • Ginger