Stuffed: The Ultimate Comfort Food Cookbook: Taking Your Favorite Foods and Stuffing Them to Make New, Different and Delicious Meals [NOOK Book]

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Take Your Favorite Comfort Foods to the Next Level with Extreme Stuffed Recipes

Dan Whalen is a mad scientist of comfort food. Dan’s recipe takes a full-sized cheeseburger, stuffs it into a ravioli and calls it dinner. Another puts pineapple and bacon into jalapeno peppers to create a tasty, flavorful appetizer. With every recipe so fun and different, you’ll be able to make dishes that your family and friends have truly never seen before.

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Stuffed: The Ultimate Comfort Food Cookbook: Taking Your Favorite Foods and Stuffing Them to Make New, Different and Delicious Meals

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Overview


Take Your Favorite Comfort Foods to the Next Level with Extreme Stuffed Recipes

Dan Whalen is a mad scientist of comfort food. Dan’s recipe takes a full-sized cheeseburger, stuffs it into a ravioli and calls it dinner. Another puts pineapple and bacon into jalapeno peppers to create a tasty, flavorful appetizer. With every recipe so fun and different, you’ll be able to make dishes that your family and friends have truly never seen before.

Dan is the genius behind the popular blog, The Food in My Beard. His recipes have been viewed over 6 million times and his work has been featured in Bon Appetit, Fine Cooking magazine and on Boston.com and Huffington Post.

Recipes include Cheesesteak Stuffed Soft Pretzel Calzones, Chicken Stuffed Waffles, Cheddar Sriracha Stuffed Mushrooms and Cherry Pie Stuffed Chocolate Cake, so get ready to take the best comfort foods and stuff them with even more awesome flavor. With Stuffed, you’ll be making the best tasting dishes you’ve never even dreamed of.   

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Editorial Reviews

Publishers Weekly
01/06/2014
Whalen has discovered the secret to creating instant comfort food classics: just take one delicious ingredient and stuff it inside another. He’s been at it for years, with over 700 recipes (and six million page views), on his The Food in My Beard blog, and now the up-and-coming Page Street Publishing, out of Salem, Mass., brings a large variety pack of his concoctions to print, with chapters covering stuffed breads, pasta and rice, meats, veggies and fruits, and sweets. There is something primordially satisfying about filling a pocket of hamburger with mac and cheese, or the hollow of a jalapeno with a wiener. There is something wrongfully righteous about corn on the cob wrapped in meat, and shrimp wrapped in spaghetti. Each recipe provides proper stuffing techniques, as well as two separate scale-based measurements. The heat scale measures the dish’s level of spiciness (tamale ravioli rates an 8.6), and the pig-out scale attempts to rate each entry in terms of “overall gluttony.” Several of the full-page color photos verge on mouth-watering, though many look more like the scene of an accident: a pretzel torn open and leaking cheddar cheese, a baked onion slimed by lamb vindaloo paste. But nobody ever said that comfort has to be pretty. (Jan.)
Library Journal
02/15/2014
Food blogger Whalen (thefoodinmybeard.com) taught himself to cook in college and now works as a burrito shop chef and freelance writer. His over-the-top mashups of favorite comfort foods—cheesesteak pot stickers, mac and cheese chile rellenos, cherry pie-stuffed chocolate cakes, and more—may seem bizarre, but they're carefully considered. Using Whalen's precise instructions and measurements (metric and U.S.), readers can easily re-create these unusual stuffed creations. Recipes can be browsed by spiciness and a "pig-out" scale. VERDICT Expect plenty of meat, cheese, carbs, and fat in this unapologetically gluttonous cookbook that will appeal to young adults and readers looking for unique party fare.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781624140389
  • Publisher: Page Street Publishing
  • Publication date: 1/14/2014
  • Sold by: Macmillan
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 208
  • Sales rank: 462,759
  • File size: 22 MB
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Meet the Author


Dan Whalen is the founder and creator of the popular blog The Food in My Beard. He has published more than 700 recipes that have been viewed more than 6 million times. He has been featured in Saveur, Bon Appetit, Fine Cooking and on MSNBC, Boston.com, Serious Eats and Huffington Post. Dan resides in Boston, Massachusetts. 

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 23, 2014

    Great cookbook, such innovative ideas! Everything tastes amazi

    Great cookbook, such innovative ideas! Everything tastes amazing and the recipes are very easy to follow. I would definitely recommend this book to anyone who is looking to make something creative and delicious!

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