"Pretty much the phattest, baddest cookbook in town" Slashfood
"Reading [Zuaro's] table of contents is like scanning an iPod playlist: Death Cab for Cutie, Dr. Dog, Interpol, the Decemberists, Belle & Sebastian, My Morning Jacket, Franz Ferdinand and 100 others." The New York Times
"Journalist Kara Zuaro has cooked up an epicurean anthology as unique as the bands themselves, rife with tour-weary anecdotes and offbeat instructions (which at times involve measuring cooking time by how many LPs play)...And while the book itself is only slightly taller than a seven-inch single, it's loaded with culinary hits." ReadyMade
"Zuaro is the Mother Teresa and Claude Levi-Strauss of indie rock. As a music journalist, she's attended more concerts than most. Since 'some of these bands look so hungry all the time and so poor,' her immediate impulse is to fix them a hot meal." Philadelphia Weekly
Plus: More kind words from Time Out New York, New York Magazine's Grub Street, Large Hearted Boy, the Stranger, Feminist Review, Emily Magazine, BuzzSugar, Culinate, PhillyBurbs.com, Venus Zine, Chicago Magazine, Flak Magazine, and PopMatters.
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