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Writing with His Characteristic Hometown Wit and wisdom, Roger Welsch delves into the world where flannel and fishing meet gourmet cooking. The result is a genuinely funny book that teems with tips, such as how to make Gin & Tonic BBQ Ribs (hint: drink while you cook), and offers anecdotes about a man's ideal restaurant (a place where you can eat canned food over the sink) and Roger's search for the perfect meal. Peppered with recipes throughout, Diggin' In and Piggin' Out includes info about manly food of every kind -- mostly prepared in huge firepits, car-sized barbecue grills, and custom-built smokehouses. It is the perfect laugh-out-loud treat for men and women ready to get in touch with their inner gourmand.
Title: Diggin' In and Piggin' Out: The Truth About Food and Men
Edition: Stated First Edition.
Publisher: NY, HarperCollins: 1997
ISBN Number: 0060187174
ISBN Number 13: 9780060187170
Binding: Cloth & Boards
Book Condition: Fine
Jacket Condition: Fine
Item: 1.00 Item
Seller ID: 002731
Description: 212 pp. No markings, nearly new. A lighthearted look at what American men like to eat, and ways to prepare such dishes. Recipes are given loosely, and anecdotally, rather than precisely. Most of the food discussed falls into the down-home category, e.g. chili, peanut butter sandwich variations, gin and tonic ribs, etc. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall
Keywords: CULINARY. COOKING. AMERICANA. FOOD. MEN. HUMOR. WIT. FOLKLORE. RECIPES.