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  • Published: 19 November 2019
  • ISBN: 9781760896256
  • Imprint: Ebury Australia
  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 224
  • RRP: $29.99
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You Suck at Cooking

The Absurdly Practical Guide to Sucking Slightly Less at Making Food


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Do you crave food all the time? Do you think you might want to eat again in the future? Do you suck at cooking? Inspired by the wildly popular YouTube channel, these 60+ recipes will help you suck slightly less.

You already know the creator of the YouTube show You Suck at Cooking by his well-manicured hands and mysterious voice, and now you’ll know him for this equally well-manicured and mysterious tome. It contains more than sixty recipes for beginner cooks and noobs alike, in addition to hundreds of paragraphs and sentences, as well as photos and drawings.

You’ll learn to cook with unintimidating ingredients in dishes like Broccoli Cheddar Quiche Cupcake Muffin-Type Things, Eddie’s Roasted Red Capsicum Dip (while also learning all about Eddie’s sad, sad life), Jalapeño Chicken, and also other stuff. In addition, there are cooking tips that can be applied not only to the very recipes in this book, but also to recipes outside of this book, and to all other areas of your life (with mixed results).

In the end, you just might suck slightly less at cooking.*

*Results not guaranteed

  • Pub date: 19 November 2019
  • ISBN: 9781760896256
  • Imprint: Ebury Australia
  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 224
  • RRP: $29.99
Categories:

About the Author

You Suck at Cooking

The YouTuber behind You Suck at Cooking, having gained internet notoriety for his culinary tutorial videos, wrote a book (this book), which he thought would be fun and exciting but was actually difficult and stressful (and fun and exciting). In addition to making videos, he also spends his time petting strangers’ dogs, visualising stronger shoulders, and carving carrots.


Praise for You Suck at Cooking

“YouTube and Facebook are flooded with pristine cooking videos and thousands of melting cheese time lapses. We don’t need more of those. But we do need more channels like You Suck At Cooking injecting absurdist humor into the fairly homogeneous how-to genre.”

Washington Post

“[A] practical and stupidly funny cook book that will help you with basic cooking skills — after it makes you laugh out loud.”

Buzzfeed

“Amateur chefs with a sense of humor will appreciate this cheeky cookbook. Based on videos from popular YouTube show "You Suck at Cooking," this practical guide offers more than 60 beginner-friendly recipes from “Muffin-Type Things” and “Eddie’s Roasted Red Pepper Dip,” along with a hefty helping of the mystery chef’s signature sense of humor throughout.”

NBC News


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