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

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Press: Citadel (July 1, 2008)
Publication Date:2008-7
ISBN:9780806528687
Author Name:Graham, Steve
Pages:290
Language:English

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Eat healthy and live to be 100? Screw that. 
Why choke down bland, mushy, steamed veggies and brown rice when there's so much fat-laden, calorie-rich, heart-bursting cuisine out there to be savored? Because you want to live? So you can spend your golden years wandering aimlessly around a Florida shopping mall and eating dinner at 2 in the afternoon? So your rotten kids can plop you into some hellhole of a nursing home the minute you forget what day it is?Go ahead, triple your cholesterol and triglyceride counts, and clog those arteries.
You'll never get out of this world alive, so enjoy life while you can.
Here are the most unhealthy triple-bypass recipes sure to satisfy the most insatiable cholesterol craving.
Instead of steamed tofu, try Lard-Oozing Caja-China-Roasted Hog or Pizzeria-style Baked Ziti with Sausage and Mozzarella! Follow up with a decadent dessert of Deep-Fried Twinkies or Ice Cream Lasagne.
You'll die quicker but with a smile on your face.Eat What You Want and Die Like a Man will put you back in touch with your Inner Hog.Raves for Steve Graham's The Good, The Spam, And The Ugly"Gleefully offensive."--Publishers Weekly"Thanks for using a pseudonm." --Steve's fatherSteve H.
Graham is author of The Good, the Spam, and the Ugly and Keep Chewing Till It Stops Kicking: Finding Your Inner Caveman.
In 1983, he was indicted for eating a live midget.
Steve lives in Miami, where he enjoys fishing, piano, home-brewing, and cooking enormous portions of unhealthy food.

About the Author

Steve H. 
Graham is author of The Good, the Spam, and the Ugly and Keep Chewing Till It Stops Kicking: Finding Your Inner Caveman.
In 1983, he was indicted for eating a live midget.
Steve lives in Miami, where he enjoys fishing, piano, home-brewing, and cooking enormous portions of unhealthy food.

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  •     I wrote this horrible book. Amazon took down the reviews my readers were kind enough to post, so I'm starting over.This is a collection of humor essays, but each one features a really fantastic and unhealthy recipe, like chicken-fried ribeye on a Frisbee-sized biscuit with cream gravy. It also contains the world's most decadent brownie recipe (540 calories each).It also has recipes for things like coconut flan, chocolate flan, and yeast-raised doughnuts fried in lard.I hope you enjoy it.Oh--the brownie recipe is missing the words "1 cup all-purpose flour." So that explains why you keep getting fudge.
  •     Most cookbooks are kept on a shelf in or near the kitchen and only pulled down when you need a recipe for baked yak or whatever.If you are anything like me, this cookbook will be kept in your living room, near your chair so you can read it and laugh like an insane person. It has great recipes, but even more important it is written by a genuinely funny man who happens to be a lawyer. His comments about his proof reader, and libel suits are worth the price of the book alone. (Sorry you will have to buy your own copy to find out, I'm not gonna tell.)I find myself reading it out loud to my wife. She even thinks it is funny.As has been mentioned, it does have some strong language, but so what? It is A FUNNY book.Did I mention that this is a very funny book?
  •     I wrote this horrible book.This is a collection of humor essays, but each one features a really fantastic and unhealthy recipe, like chicken-fried ribeye on a Frisbee-sized biscuit with cream gravy. It also contains the world's most decadent brownie recipe (540 calories each).It also has recipes for things like coconut flan, chocolate flan, and yeast-raised doughnuts fried in lard.I hope you enjoy it.Oh--the brownie recipe is missing the words "1 cup all-purpose flour." So that explains why you keep getting fudge.
  •     A fun book to read for a chuckle.
  •     Actually, I've had this book for more than 3 years, and I've never actually cooked a recipe from it, because I want to live.
  •     Bought this because of the great reviews. And, because it looked like it would be page after page of wonderful recipes....
  •     This guy can write, and he does know how to cook. Beware however who you give this book to as a gift, I gave one to my brother in law and a week later he had a heart attack.
  •     I received this book two days after having had abdominal surgery. I opened it up and began to read the chapter "grease burgers".
  •     Certainly a funny read. The devotion to gravy alone is worthy of admiration. It would be improved by having more recipes. It is more of a comedic piece than a cookbook.
  •     I was one of those privileged to proofread this book before it went to print and my wife has not yet forgiven me for the night of sleep I deprived her while I convulsed and cackled with laughter, unable to put this down.Remember the classic "The Joy of Cooking"? Well, the diet police have sucked the life and joy out of food and "joy" is not the first word that comes to mind anymore. We don't eat just for nutrition or else we'd reduce the process to eating bland squares of "processed food". No, as a species, we have the of a working tongue with which to savor really great food. Steve gives easy-to-read and easy-to-make recipes and infuses his recipes with an unapologetic male attitude.More than a cookbook, but more practical than just humor, you'll probably need to replace your grease-stained copy annually. Eat What You Want and Die Like A Man will be re-read, quoted and used regularly.Buy it, read it, and after you catch your breath and wake up from a delicious food coma, you will be buying copies for friends and family.
  •     Fun book with recipes that are actually well designed. His suggestions are clearly from someone down to earth.
  •     Love the title, and I came close to being able to make the brownies and say it came for the cookbook "Eat what you want and die like a man" which is bound to get a...
  •     I would say this is a great read. The recipes are all very interesting and are a nice mix of different dishes. Sometimes it's a little hard to find the actual instructions from the jokes and stories (They are worth reading though) I made two of these dishes for thanksgivings and both came out great and were some of the first things to be finished. If you like fatty food or like to indulge yourself, give this book a chance
  •     So,This is, first and foremost, a funny book. It's well-written, with each chapter a stand-alone essay with a recipe. It will make you laugh, so it's worthwhile even if none of the recipes appeal to you.On the recipes-These are recipes for food that you know you want to eat, but also know you probably shouldn't. I consider this 'special occasion food' and only cook out of it on occasion. That said, the recipes are simple and, with a few exceptions, use ingredients you can get at an under-stocked grocery store 'way out in the country. This is fortunate, because that's where I have to do all my shopping. The techniques are simple and easy to understand. Actually, I'd recommend this strongly for a young man getting out of the service our out of college, and out on his own for the first time. Steve Graham explains cooking techniques and concepts in a way that you can understand. Since he's being funny at the same time, you'll actually pay attention. Between this, Good Eats, and the Achewood cookbook, such a creature can teach himself how to feed himself and a special lady in relatively short order. On such occasions the young man should read the dessert recipes in the back of the cookbook...
  •     Actually, I bought this book as a gift so I didn't read all of it. I had someone who had said they really wanted it so I just flipped through it.Looks very interesting.
  •     Oh yeah! You can gain 20 lbs and an inch of plaque in your veins just reading this book! But OMG are the food good! Hooah!
  •     "Eat what you want" is a funny book. It is meant to make you laugh ... constantly ... like every page ..

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