A Geek's Guide to Bacon Cookery: A Cookbook for Bacon Lovers

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Bacon...the one word in the culinary language that can bring dietary fear or child like wonder. This simple cookbook delivers tried and true favorites and interesting, yet tasty, experiments. Recipes ranging from Caramel Apple Bacon Muffins to brownies named after celebrity Jack Black, are explained with multiple pictures and step by step instruction with a little dash of humor.

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Words: 5,070
Language: English
ISBN: 9781452476841
About J.C. Brazil

J.C. [Lunch Lady Steve] is a Wisconsin lass bred to be a game player. As a kid, J.C. was immersed in the ways of Monopoly, Parcheesi, dominoes and backgammon from her Mother. It wasn’t until Mom bought a miniature arcade version of the game Q-Bert when she realized her calling at the age of 5.

As for cooking…well…her family thought she would was too geeky and head strong to be good wife material. So, out of spite, she read all of Julia Child’s books, absorbed all of Martha Stewart’s media, placed herself in the kitchen and didn’t come out until she made feasts that no one could deny.

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Review by: Valerie Lewis on May 04, 2010 : (no rating)
I purchased the book and it is well thought out. I also noticed that it has a great sense of humor and slanguage that is easy to understand. The pictures are beautiful and helpful per each step. I hope other bacon lovers catch on and purchase this ebook it is a nice addition to the cookbook library especially if you have a bacon fetish. I wish the author much success in the future and hope this one takes off!
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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