Let’s Get Monster Smashed – Review

If you are a horror movie aficionado of the classics from the ’80s and ’90s with a “deep love of booze” then “Let’s Get Monster Smashed – Horror Movie Drinks For A Killer Time” by Jon Chaiet and Marc Chaiet is the book for you. The authors describe the recipes as a mix of vintage favorites and new classics.

Sauces, Dips and Dressings

Grilled Swordfish With Caribbean Salsa

Whether you prefer chicken, steak or good old burgers and dogs… it’s time to celebrate. Grilling season is here. Family events, company picnics, parties and festivals all present a reason to grill. But you don’t need an excuse these days – even plain old lunch presents a reason to do it. […]


The Wizard’s Cookbook – Review

Are you in search of a good dish to serve a visiting witch or wizard? Perhaps you are planning a cosplay party? Maybe you just want to set a magical table. Then The Wizard’s Cookbook is a must-have book for you. Includes recipe for Poisoned Apples from Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs own Wicked Queen. […]


Baking Class – Review

Last year around this time I was lucky enough to review a new book by Deanna F. Cook. This year I am thrilled to announce “Baking Class: 50 Fun Recipes Kids Will Love To Bake!” from the same author. Includes recipe for Coconut Macaroons. […]


The Gross Cookbook – Review

One of the most unusual cookbooks I have ever reviewed is “The Gross Cookbook – Awesome Recipes For (Deceptively) Disgusting Treats Kids Can Make” by Susanna Tee. Full of disgusting, revolting, generally plain old gross food, this is one of the most fun and unique cookbooks ever. […]