Eat Like A Man

Eat Like A Man

The Only Cookbook A Man Will Ever Need

Book - 2011
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A collection of food writing and 65-75 male-centric recipes for men who like to eat, cook, and talk about food. For the past three years, Esquire food editor and columnist Ryan D'Agostino has carefully developed and expanded Esquire's food coverage, adding more in-depth features and original recipes as reader response rocketed. Eat Like a Man reflects the magazine's full-throttle commitment to food and drink content as essential to the Esquire man's lifestyle. More than a recipe collection from eager contributors like David Chang, Hugh Acheson, Michael Symon, and Andrew Carmellini--or a retread of recipes from the magazine's special edition food issues--the book will be a selective collection of recipes for brunch, lunch, dinner, sides, drinks, and a few desserts, interspersed with serious essays and tangential riffs, all written by men for men in the Esquire style.
Publisher: San Francisco : Chronicle Books, c2011
ISBN: 9780811877411
Branch Call Number: 641.5973 EAT 2011 22
Characteristics: 223 p. : col. ill. ; 26 cm
Additional Contributors: D'Agostino, Ryan
Alternative Title: Esquire

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lukasevansherman
Jun 30, 2015

Are you a man? Do you like to eat? This could be the book for you.

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tj_is_cool
Oct 31, 2011

Interesting recipes but may not be easy to make.

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sdelao
Jun 23, 2011

This is a pretty good cookbook with some interesting recipes like the sloppy joe and side dishes. Nothing really pops out though. I give it a 3/5 stars. I wish there were more recipes and pictures instead of stories of the Esquire man.

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