Edibull: The Little Book of Pseud Food

Edibull: The Little Book of Pseud Food by Sue Chef epub pdf fb2

Title: Edibull: The Little Book of Pseud Food
Author: Sue Chef
ISBN10: 0743430123
ISBN13: 978-0743430128
Publisher: Pocket Books (October 1, 2001)
Language: English
Subcategory: Humor
Size PDF: 1252 kb
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Rating: 4.4/5
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Pages: 160 pages
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Edibull: The Little Book of Pseud Food by Sue Chef


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If you were to make a list of your top five topics of conversations, eating and dieting are likely to feature prominently. In EDIBULL: THE LITTLE BOOK OF PSEUD FOOD, Sue Chef tucks into our fascination with the world of food from fashionable funghi to (infinitely less tempting) fitness fads. Tossing the exotic fruit coulis and beds of highly bred lettuce aside, Sue Chef presents us with some hilarious and poignant truths about this love of all things edible. * In culinary terms a cow is defined as a steak tartare that is free to leave the restaurant * The rich are embarrassed by their wealth. They feel they have lost touch with their peasant roots. Help them out by serving them peasant roots and charging them a substantial portion of their wealth * To be reputable a salad must contain leaves that no one has heard of. Be the one to discover grass. Or to rediscover lettuce * A filo pastry is a pie with ambition * Escalopes are small steaks. Medallions are small escalopes. Punters know medallions are tiny but they think the animal fought in the war * Bearnaise and hollandaise are French for bacteria. The English equivalent is a bowl of mints by the till