X-treme Cuisine: An Adrenaline-Charged Cookbook for the Young at Heart

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Harper Collins, Apr 23, 2013 - Cooking - 100 pages
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X-treme cuisine: an adrenaline-charged cookbook for the young at heart

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Earl is the producer of various USA and ESPN extreme sports shows. His cookbook features recipes (or sort of recipes) from 50 extreme-sports "superstars," along with their suggestions on such ... Read full review

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Robert Earl is a formulated, controlled body slam through life, once quoted as being the Martha Stewart of youth culture by Fortune magazine. He has graced the pages of numerous publications, and his ability to walk confidently through dog parks barefoot has somehow opened the doors to major corporations. His scabs of fifteen years in the action sports industry will show signs of Arnette Optics, Jones Soda, Activision, and Sprite. He's also a featured personality on Tony Hawk's Gigantic Skatepark Tour on ESPN, and in the Billabong surf epic Pickled. Maybe you've seen his feature interviews year after year at the X-Games, heard his melodious voice gracing the radio on Live 105, or even had the pleasure of hanging up on him when his visions of grandeur morphed him into the caricature of an evil Kryptonian villain. In any case, Robert Earl is a planned accident waiting to happen, and he's coming to a town near you.

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