SuperChef: A Parody

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Allen & Unwin, 2011 - Cooks - 259 pages
"Experience the highs and lows of the SuperChef kitchen as each of the contestants and judges shares some of their best recipes and kitchen advice, including: the best ways to make contestants cry; how to stay sexy in the kitchen; and tips and tricks to making food look fresh! Try if you dare Esther's Stress Water or Steve's Untraceable Cyanide Noisettes. Go behind the scenes and get to know the judges and contestants more intimately than is really necessary! With over-complicated step-by-step instructions, a distinct lack of handy hints and special sections on cooking for lawyers and the techniques used for making everyone on the show look evil, this is the only parody cookbook you'll ever need!"--Publisher's description.

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About the author (2011)

Ben Pobjie is an Australian comedian, poet, and writer. He studied history at the University of Western Sydney. He pursued a career in comedy writing and is known for his TV columns in The Age and Sydney Morning Herald, and political satire for New Matilda, Crikey, and the ABC, among others. His books include Superchef, The Book of Bloke, and Error Australis. He has written for the TV shows Reality Check and The Unbelievable Truth.

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