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Mosh Potatoes: Recipes, Anecdotes, and Mayhem from the Heavyweights of Heavy Metal

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Divided into “Opening Acts†(appetizers), “Headliners†(entrees), and “Encores†(desserts), Mosh Potatoes features 147 recipes that every rock ’n’ roll fan will want to devour—including some super-charged Spicy Turkey Vegetable Chipotle Chili from Ron Thal of Guns N’ Roses, Orange Tequila Shrimp from Joey Belladonna of Anthrax (complete with margarita inst ...more
Paperback, 272 pages
Published November 16th 2010 by Atria Books (first published January 1st 2010)
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Rea K
Feb 18, 2015 Rea K marked it as cookbooks
Shelves: owned, mine
Okay. It's a cookbook. Right. Who reads cookbooks? Wait. I do. Sort of. OKAY.
Mostly it's a novelty cookbook. The layout sucks (I swear, there is no rhyme or reason for the order of the recipes. Seafood should go by seafood). The recipes aren't all straightforward Ingredients then Instructions. Some of them are in paragraph form.
Some of the recipes are weird as hell. Really. One memorable one is by one of the guys from Offspring that's called some dude's (I think his name is Rick) prison spread
Alexander Case
Dec 30, 2013 Alexander Case rated it really liked it
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So, one would think that Heavy Metal musicians would be terrible cooks. This line of thinking is horrifically wrong. Considering that at various points in their careers most musicians end up on tight budgets, the ability to cook becomes something of a necessity. Thus, they tend to come up with interesting recipes of their own.

This leads to this book, which is basically a collection of recipes which aren't necessarily complicated to prepare, generally aren't expensive, and which don't use a lot o
This book is going to be a phenomenon. It's got its own website, Facebook page, there is tweeting involved--it's a full-on rock-n-roll mega promotion for the November 16 release of this book. And you know what? It's worth it.

I had my doubts when I first got it, but I quickly figured out that this really is a mostly serious cookbook (some of these rockers are actually trained chefs and a whole lot of them are really passionate about great food), albeit with plenty of fun extras, trivia, and behin
May 22, 2011 Megster added it
Recommends it for: Metal-heads
Shelves: cooking
I didn't get a chance to read every page nor try any recipes, I rented it from the bookstore I work at. But I read a lot of the stories, and this book is totally AWESOME!!! Especially if you're a metal fan! It is so cool to read these very personal anecdotes from epic musicians, and you get to make tasty nomnoms. From what I can tell, the recipes are easy to make and crowd-pleasing. Bands are always together so everyone has to chow together right?

If you are considering buying this book, I'd che
Larry McCloskey
May 02, 2013 Larry McCloskey rated it really liked it
A collection of recipes assembled from various heavy metal performers, this is exactly the sort of mixed bag you'd expect. There are some pretty decent recipes as well as some half-hearted attempts (sorry, pop corn and Raisinettes is not a recipe).

If you go into this because of the anecdotes and mayhem the book's description promises, you'll be disappointed. The vast majority of the entries are just recipes - often with some insight as to why they like it or where it came from - but the stories
Dec 06, 2012 Viv rated it it was ok
While the concept of the book was great, the actual recipes leave a bit to be desired. I hope the recipes contained within aren't representative of the cooking abilities of the metal community in general. Between the recipes that didn't bother specifying how much of an ingredient was required and the recipes (stuffed mushrooms) or the recipes that were so full of brand suggestions they looked sponsored (the grilled pizza). The stories were interesting but the recipes for the most part didn't mat ...more
Natasha  A.
Dec 14, 2010 Natasha A. rated it liked it
This is a fun book!! I really enjoyed flipping through it, reading the anecdotes, and going over the recipes. Some of them look REALLY tasty (my fav so far is the Sausage Bread). It took me a bit to realize how the book was divided up, and....I think it needs to be refined just a bit more. They really should have had a breakfast section - although I guess these guys are partying so much that they end up eating breakfast during my supper time. *grin* The other thing that I found interesting was t ...more
Aug 25, 2012 Livia rated it really liked it
LOVE this book - I may not be the biggest metal fan, but I think this book is a great combination of recipes and funny stories! There are recipes in there that are easy enough for non-cooks to try - and there are some that are very impressive (a couple of these musos could open up restaurants!)
I highly recommend it!
Eileen Velthuis
Oct 24, 2012 Eileen Velthuis rated it liked it
Some of the recipes were really good; some, I get the feeling were just sent in by a metal band member thinking "oh no, what can I send them that sounds super metal!?"

overall though, i like its metal kitschiness! it is a keepsake book.
Victoria Gillespie
Dec 04, 2015 Victoria Gillespie rated it it was amazing
Um, it's like a metal cookbook duh! I thought this was such a fun concept to create and I really enjoyed making the recipes In this book. I bought this for my love of suicide silence' vocalist Mitch Lucker (RIP) his jerk chicken is the best (:
Jan 08, 2014 Corinne rated it really liked it
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A fun compilation but not usually my type of recipes!
Aug 13, 2012 Amy rated it really liked it
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I read this from cover to cover, although there are only about three recipes I'd prepare (maybe the 2nd edition will have more vegan stuff) it was fun read, liked the photos too.
Jan 05, 2015 Billie rated it it was amazing
How fun. Basic recipes through difficult ones, all by your favorite metal musicians. Cool stories and tidbits, too. A fun cookbook!
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