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Big Bad Breakfast: The Most Important Book of the Day [A Cookbook] by [John Currence]

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"Big Bad Breakfast is a book you'll want to read from front to back. John's humorous stories, from both in and out of the kitchen, plus his approachable Southern-style breakfast recipes, make this a killer cookbook that is not to be missed."
- Emeril Lagasse

"I am not a breakfast person, yet no food memory will live up to my experience at Big Bad Breakfast. I was in desperate need of comfort (from a hangover and a long flight), sustenance (when you're in the South, your belly knows it must be fed), and warmth (okay, maybe I'm being dramatic), and Big Bad Breakfast delivered. Was it the sweet, savory, gooey Sausage Cinnamon Rolls or the deeply dirty and delicious waffle-topped Pylon? Or maybe it was the indescribable power of true Southern hospitality. I revel in that meal, and any meal with John at the helm."
- Christina Tosi, chef-owner of Milk Bar and author of Momofuku Milk Bar

"They say breakfast is the most important meal of the day. With Big Bad Breakfast, John gives you 137 reasons why that's true, and shows you that breakfast is not only the most important, but also the most delicious meal of the day. Get ready for some of the best breakfast foods you've ever had."
- Aarón Sánchez, chef-partner of Johnny Sánchez and costar of Chopped

"Mr. Currence won a James Beard award in 2009 for best Southern chef, and it's possible to eat brilliantly in Oxford for weeks, without repeating a course, in his restaurants alone. In fact I'd recommend this experience . . . . He's pushing the notions of what Southern food can be, pulling off impressive feats with a casual air of embarrassment."
- New York Times

"Venerable food writer John T. Edge once told us we couldn't leave Oxford without stopping by Big Bad Breakfast--and boy, are we glad we listened to him. Chef John Currence is a great cook with a lot of soul."
- Serious Eats

Chef-ruler of Oxford, Mississippi, John Currence is here to make the case for breakfast. With recipes from the restaurant that gives this book its title, Big Bad Breakfast offers a vision of mornings spent with Southern heavyweights like oyster pot pie and banana-pecan coffee cake. If you love Eater's Breakfast Week, biscuits, the idea of cinnamon rolls baked with sausage filling, and/or restaurant cookbooks that actually seem cookable, this one's for you.
- EATER NATIONAL

If you're the sort of person who gravitates toward diners, whose favorite restaurants serve breakfast all day (we are not talking about McDonald's), who makes breakfast for dinner at home and whose idea of a good time is making frosted flakes from scratch, then here's a cookbook for you. Big Bad Breakfast is the new book from John Currence, and it's a big, bad book of a cookbook. . . . Ed Anderson's hunger-inducing photography includes repeating plates of pancakes, lots of cast-iron skillets and eggs in various compositions, pouring coffee, Elvis Presley tapestries, biscuit step-by-steps, shots of a baseball-hatted Currence at work in the kitchen or bellied up to a crowded counter. Flip through all this, read the chatty anecdotes (in praise of MSG, the emu egg in the parking lot), and the handy tips from someone who's worked in many kitchens, both other people's and his own, and you get a growing sense of comfort -- and that's not just because many of the recipes are for comfort food.
- LOS ANGELES TIMES

This is a book that earns a spot on your shelf. It is a cookbook of substance, put together with care. Currence has things to teach us: the amount of knowledge on eggs alone is worth the price of the book, ditto the biscuits.
- LUCKY PEACH

--This text refers to the hardcover edition.

Book Description

From the James Beard Award winner, Top Chef Masters contestant, and acclaimed author comes this fun, festive, and highly caffeinated ode to the joys and rituals of the Southern breakfast, with 75 recipes inspired by the author's popular restaurant in Oxford, Mississippi. --This text refers to the hardcover edition.

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  • ASIN : B01A4B1T3Q
  • Publisher : Ten Speed Press (13 September 2016)
  • Language : English
  • File size : 191802 KB
  • Text-to-Speech : Enabled
  • Enhanced typesetting : Not Enabled
  • X-Ray : Not Enabled
  • Word Wise : Enabled
  • Print length : 272 pages
  • Customer Reviews:
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