Item description for ESPN Gameday Gourmet: More Than 80 All-American Tailgate Recipes by Pableaux Johnson...
Forget the foie gras and the wine.We're talking about authentic, stick-to-your-ribs football food. Sizzling bratwurst grilled to perfection, the way they like 'em in Wisconsin. Steamy pots of spicy Texas chili and hearty Louisiana gumbo. Maybe some Peanut Butter Buckeyes or a slice of Commodore Chess Pie. All washed down, of course, with one of those great cocktails that Florida and Georgia fans mix up so well.Sound tempting? Well, dig in to ESPN GameDay Gourmet, a one-stop source for expert advice on the ultimate tailgate party. Inside you'll find more than 80 easy-to-follow recipes from the nation's most hallowed college football meccas, a rich mix of history and tradition, helpful cooking tips, and fun food facts, served with a double dollop of ESPN humor. With an introduction by Mike Golic and contributions from the ESPN College Gameday crew (Chris Fowler, Kirk Herbstreit, and Lee Corso), ESPN GameDay Gourmet is the perfect playbook for every autumn Saturday and a foolproof way to jump-start your taste buds for the many showdowns ahead.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.06" Width: 7.48" Height: 0.63" Weight: 0.66 lbs.
Release Date Jul 10, 2007
ISBN 1933060158 ISBN13 9781933060156
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More About Pableaux Johnson
Pableaux Johnson is a new Orleans-based food and travel writer and the author of several books on Louisiana food. His work has appeared in The New York Times, Saveur, the New Orleans Times-Picayune, Texas Monthly, Cooking Light, and Coastal Living. He is the author of Lonely Planet World Food New Orleans and we a nominee for a 2004 James Beard Journalism Award.
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Good stuff! Oct 11, 2007
I got this book because I'm a really big college football fan and I like the idea of learning how to cook better, but, truth be told, I'm not really very good at it. (I've never tailgated in my life, but love the bbq!) There are good tips in it for beginners without it feeling like the writer is talking down to you and the recipes that I've done have all come out GREAT without a lot of fuss. And the little sidebars by the ESPN guys are really funny, so I even read the whole thing. Who sits down and reads a COOKBOOK? Well, this one you can. I recommend it highly.