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  • Published: 16 November 2021
  • ISBN: 9781761045820
  • Imprint: Ebury Australia
  • Format: Trade Paperback
  • Pages: 336
  • RRP: $34.99
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Death to Jar Sauce

Rad Recipes for Champions




Our favourite sweary, anti-jar-sauce warrior is back . . . and he’s actually written a whole cookbook this time.

The world’s a confusing and chaotic place. We thought lockdown was over . . . it wasn’t. We hoped life would go back to normal . . . it hasn’t.

But Nat’s What I Reckon knows one thing is definitely still true: jar sauce can get f*cked.

So, to help champions keep levelling up their cooking skills and making ripper feeds from scratch at home, Nat has created this collection of 25 sh*t hot recipes that will get you out of a jam. This is stuff that’s simple, easy to follow and tastes delicious, like Honey B*stard Chicken, Get F*cked Roast Potatoes and Frownie Reversal Orange Chocolate Brownie.

There are no questionable ingredients here: purely Nat’s trademark humour, a big dash of cheekiness and some genuinely handy culinary tips to boot. Death to Jar Sauce will see you through the good times and the tough times, hopefully with a few solid laughs and some awesome food on your plate.

Recipes illustrated by Sydney artists Bunkwaa, Glenno, Warrick McMiles and Onnie O'Leary.

  • Published: 16 November 2021
  • ISBN: 9781761045820
  • Imprint: Ebury Australia
  • Format: Trade Paperback
  • Pages: 336
  • RRP: $34.99
Categories:

About the author

Nat's What I Reckon

Nat is a comedian, rock musician, mental health advocate and award-winning, bestselling author. Already an online creator with a fan base in the hundreds of thousands for close to a decade, Nat’s What I Reckon rocketed to global prominence when he took the world by storm in early 2020 with his isolation cooking content.

Nat’s platform has enabled him to hold a tongue-in-cheek mirror up to antiquated cultural norms and societal politics, to promote kindness and to share his battle with anxiety and depression, collecting him a dedicated audience of over 2.5 million thanks to his message of positivity, kindness and inclusivity that has resonated with champions the world over.

When he’s not filming, cooking or foraging for rosemary, Nat can often be found indulging his love of rock'n'roll and comedy, playing in various bands and stand-up rooms around Australia (COVID permitting). His bestselling debut book, Un-cook Yourself, was shortlisted for General Non-fiction Book of the Year at the Australian Book Industry Awards and won the Booktopia Favourite Australian Book Award for 2020, the proceeds of which Nat donated to Beyond Blue.

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Praise for Death to Jar Sauce

Like milk in your bolognese, Nat is the (anti)hero ingredient that the cooking world never knew was missing.

Alice Zaslavsky, author of In Praise of Veg

The hero of the hour . . . he clearly has chops in the kitchen and he does it without fuss.

The Australian

Sweary, direct and oddly helpful . . . a uniquely Australian cult hit. Our love for Nat is the perfect metaphor for that wild period of 2020 – a connection forged over video, seeking comfort in food, mild self-improvement and a desire for human connection.

Guardian

While Nat may be swearing at you to “f**k off over to the stove”, he does so with sincere encouragement that truly makes people feel capable of their abilities.

ABC Rage

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