Burn This.: From the Kitchen(S) of Kit & Amy.

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iUniverse, Jul 10, 2003 - Cooking - 396 pages
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Ever wondered what Tahini is made of? How to deep-fry a turkey three different ways? How to properly purge crawfish before a boil, what music is best to listen to while baking, how to make dandelion wine, or pondered the magical properties of Chicken Stew? Then this is the cookbook your mother warned you about.

Originally meant as a small Christmas gift for friends and family in 2002, Burn This blazed out of control into a one-stop cooking guide with something for everyone. Burn This is full of recipes from easy-to-make staples from mom's kitchen, to one-of-a-kind dishes that will be referred to in story form for years to come.

Each recipe is complete with a (tried to be) witty reference that includes Prep Time, Cooking Time, who you should Serve To, a Taste Factor, and the Kit Factor (the equivalent to a Lazy Factor) that explains how much effort each dish really takes.

Whether you're a gourmet chef or a utensil-challenged bachelor, this book has everything you need for the penthouse cocktail party, the barbeque behind Earl's trailer, and even the occasional practical joke.


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A self-proclaimed expert in experimental cooking, Kit Helton has been serving adventurous eaters for the last fifteen years. He lives in Chicago with his girlfriend, Amy Wilson. Kit invites reader e-mail at senatorhelton@hotmail.com.

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