X-treme Cuisine

X-treme Cuisine

An Adrenaline-charged Cookbook for the Young at Heart

Book - 2002
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Presents recipes, dining etiquette, and advice from fifty top figures in surfing, skating, snow sports, and BMX, in a collection that includes Matt Hoffman's "Ding-Dong Delicious" and Mike Vallely's "White Trash Casserole." Reprint.


This is extreme cuisine: Tony Hawk expertly flipping some eggs. Dave Mirra daintily dabbing his lips with a napkin. Willy Santos pre-heating his oven…
Robert Earl, the “Martha Stewart of youth culture,” presents X-treme Cuisine: An Adrenaline-Charged Cookbook for the Young at Heart. Not your mama’s Joy of Cooking, this high-energy cookbook gives foodies and sports lovers recipes, interviews, and etiquette tips from the greatest extreme athletes in surf, skate, snow, and BMX.
This cookbook, illustrated in full-color in the signature style of each sports superstar, is a rocking, rolling,chef-tastic experience featuring solid advice on some extremely yummy eats.

Publisher: New York : HarperEntertainment, [2002]
Edition: First edition
Copyright Date: ©2002
ISBN: 9780060094140
Branch Call Number: 641.5 EARL
Characteristics: 205 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 24 cm
Alternative Title: Extreme cuisine


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Jan 24, 2012

wasn't impressed by this book. it was rather stupid. almost like the author had landed on his head once too many times.


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