The Meat Club Cookbook: For Gals Who Love Their Meat!

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Chronicle Books, Mar 16, 2006 - Cooking - 136 pages
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The rules of the Meat Club:
- You have to be a girl
- You have to eat meat (any kind)
- You have to love to talk about meat
- What's said in the Meat Club, stays in the Meat Club

Tired of eating Caesar salads and poached chicken breasts every time they got together with the girls, Vanessa, Gemma, and Kristina confided their guilty secret to each other (for what, after all, are girlfriends for?): What they really wanted to eat was meat. And so the Meat Club was formed. The Meat Club Cookbook is a collection of tried-and-true recipes culled from the authors' favorite meals together. Roasted, braised, sauted, stewed, or grilled (yes, these girls can handle a grill with the best of them), as long as it's meat, they'll cook it up and eat with gusto. With tips on how to choose and cook the most popular cuts, cute gatefolds revealing the different cuts of meat, and a convenient lay-flat binding, this substantial book is the perfect companion for girls who want to have their beef, their pork, their lamband eat it too.

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Graphic designer Vanessa Dina (who makes sure each dish looks as good as it tastes), Kristina Fuller (a cooking novice, but always ready to try anything), and Gemma DePalma (who learned to cook by age 8 at the side of her Italian granny) formed the Meat C

Graphic designer Vanessa Dina (who makes sure each dish looks as good as it tastes), Kristina Fuller (a cooking novice, but always ready to try anything), and Gemma DePalma (who learned to cook by age 8 at the side of her Italian granny) formed the Meat C

Graphic designer Vanessa Dina (who makes sure each dish looks as good as it tastes), Kristina Fuller (a cooking novice, but always ready to try anything), and Gemma DePalma (who learned to cook by age 8 at the side of her Italian granny) formed the Meat C

Caroline Hwang is a Brooklyn-based artist whose work hs appeared in Bust Magazine , Utne Reader , and Fast Company . She currently shows in several galleries nationwide.

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