- Tapa blanda: 254 páginas
- Editor: Hyperion Books (1 de abril de 2007)
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 1401308740
- ISBN-13: 978-1401308742
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I Like Food, Food Tastes Good: In the Kitchen with Your Favorite Bands (Inglés) Tapa blanda – abr 2007
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A collection of favorite recipes by popular indie bands features dishes that were inspired by particular songs or life experiences and includes contributions by such artists as the Violent Femmes, Belle & Sebastian, and They Might Be Giants. Original.
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Kara Zuaro is a Brooklyn based food, music, and travel journalist. She is the editor in chief of The Brooklyn Record: www.brooklynrecord.com and has written for Epicurious.com, CMJ, New York's L Magazine, California's OC Weekly, Citysearch.com, DIW, 'Sup Magazine, and Basement Life.
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There are two things about this book that I wasn't too thrilled about. First, a handful of recipes are plagued by some of the worst writing I have ever seen - ever. I understand that the musicians who wrote them are artists and infinitely more hip than I will ever be, but I ask you, who publishes instructions like this: "...add a little bit of cream!! And STIRRRRRR!!!!... SIR LAWRENCE OF ARABIA!... THEN, put it on the frying pan!!!! let it get GOLDEN!!!" I mean, seriously, either this guy was on something or the recipe is so out-of-this-world that <a href="[...]" target="blank">T. E. Lawrence</a> came back from the dead to try it. (That's the only way I could get my head round the Arabia connection.) Thankfully recipes like this are few and far between, and the one quoted above, for "Africanitas Ricas," was the worst offender. The only other thing I wasn't too keen on was the inclusion of a recipe for a bologna sandwich, but if part of this book's purpose is bringing the artists to the people then I suppose it isn't so bad. "Rock can get complicated," the text reads, "but this sandwich isn't. Feed to those who are living the dream." I can dig that.
In addition to the aforementioned chapters, sections include: "Soups, Sides and Starters," "Sandwiches," "Main Courses for Vegetarians," "Drinks" and "Desserts." Whatever your musical tastes this book has something for everyone and is worth checking out. And if you happen to be an indie-music lover? All the better.
My Morning Jacket offers up their "You can care if ya wanna" sandwich. The Long Winters show us Alaska-style macaroni soup al carne. Mojave 3 has a nifty recipe for leek and potato soup.
I'll confess, I hadn't heard of half these bands, they are that trendy. The food is good and the notes are so precious. Worth checking out.