Thug Kitchen: Eat Like You Give a F*ck Cookbook

Jul 7, 2014

Category: Food

There’s no reason fruits and vegetables can’t be considered “gangster,” or “gangsta,” if you’re allergic to proper spelling. As long as you view fatty foods and poor health as The Man, you can easily picture some chickpea tabbouleh as a badass MFer.

That’s the mentality behind the popular website, Thug Kitchen, and those culinary Crips are now taking their aggressive love for food to the rough and tumble world of book publishing. “Thug Kitchen: Eat Like You Give a F**k” is a 240-page, profanity-laced and humor-filled cookbook. Think learning how to make roasted beer and lime cauliflower tacos or pumpkin chili requires slogging your way through boring text? Hell no. Feast your eyes on more than 100 recipes as you giggle and blush like a schoolgirl. It’s the anti-Martha Stewart…. and that’s a good thing. [Purchase]

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