MOSH POTATOES is simply the heaviest cookbook ever, featuring recipes, anecdotes and photos from the biggest rock/metal musicians in the world.
Whether it's Motley Crue's famous Pepper Jack Steak, Zakk Wylde's spaghetti and meatballs, or Trans-Siberian Orchestra's Sheppard's Pie, one thing is certain: the food is fun, fearless, and fundamental as these larger-than-life personalities show readers their secrets to preparing their favorite food.
MOSH POTATOES features 150 recipes from stars of the 1970s, as well as new and up-and-coming bands, from multi-platinum-selling acts, to musicians who are still climbing the rungs in the club circuit.
Many have performed on the WARP Tour or Ozzfest and have toured around the globe.
Whether it be high school kids anxious to get their hands on anything having to do with their favorite rock artists, to suburban dads who crack a smile every time they hear an old AC/DC tune on the radio, MOSH POTATOES will entertain and inspire fans to break out their spatulas and throw together some awesome eats.
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 272 pages, illustrations
- Publisher: Atria Books
- Publication Date: 11/11/2010
- Category: General cookery & recipes
- ISBN: 9781439181324
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Review by JackieBlem
This book is going to be a phenomenon. It's got its own website, Facebook page, there is tweeting involved--it's a full-on rock-n-roll mega promotion for the November 16 release of this book. And you know what? It's worth it.I had my doubts when I first got it, but I quickly figured out that this really is a mostly serious cookbook (some of these rockers are actually trained chefs and a whole lot of them are really passionate about great food), albeit with plenty of fun extras, trivia, and behind the scenes dish. There are some seriously amazing recipes in here, and they all come with some sort of story. Some of the recipes are there because they are easy to make on the road. Others are there because it's one of the things the guys miss about home when they are on tour. Some of the recipes are generations old. Others are straight off a Seven Eleven shelf. But pretty much all of them make you want to crank up the tunes and head for the kitchen.