The Shopping Block
Lose those girly cocktails and start drinking like a man–a real old man!” begins the back-flap introduction to Old Man Drinks, a great little book full of recipes, advice and barstool wisdom.
NPR has a piece about the jovial, mustachioed Italian chef whose image has graced the cans of ravioli and beefaroni that have been a staple in many American households for several generations.
George Wendt is recognized world-wide for his role as Cheers barfly Norm Peterson. In his book “Drinking With George,” Wendt finds plenty of common ground with his televised alter ego.
Look at that picture… how could you not appreciate a cookbook with a big fatty slab of meat on the cover?
Ted Nugent likes to say, “You can’t grill it until you kill it.” Well, even if you don’t kill it personally, now you can grill it just like the Nuge.
Three great books by Food Network favorite Alton Brown are guaranteed to increase your foodipedia knowledge base and recipe repertoire.