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The NFL Gameday Cookbook

150 Recipes to Feed the Hungriest Fan from Preseason to the Super Bowl

By Ray "Dr. BBQ" Lampe

9 x 11 in; 240 pp;
full-color and b/w photographs throughout
Paperback
July 2008
ISBN 9780811863957
ISBN10 0811863956

SKU# 9780811863957

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Quick Overview

The fans are roaring, the pigskin is flying, and only one thing is missing . . .grub. Acclaimed author Ray "Dr. BBQ" Lampe has created this cookbook specifically for NFL fans, with delicious recipes easy enough for the novice chef and also designed to tra...
The NFL Gameday Cookbook


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The NFL Gameday Cookbook

The fans are roaring, the pigskin is flying, and only one thing is missing . . .grub. Acclaimed author Ray "Dr. BBQ" Lampe has created this cookbook specifically for NFL fans, with delicious recipes easy enough for the novice chef and also designed to travel to the game. Although most recipes center around the tailgater's sacred grill, the cookbook also includes sections on sandwiches, side dishes, desserts, and refreshing drinks. With photos of memorable NFL moments and 150 delicious recipes, like Bloody Mary Chicken Wings and Whiskey-Marinated Rib-eye Steaks, this game day cookbook ensures that the chef will be the star of this year's Super Bowl party.

 

More Details

9 x 11 in; 240 pp;
full-color and b/w photographs throughout
Paperback
July 2008
ISBN 9780811863957
ISBN10 0811863956

Ray "Dr BBQ" Lampe is a professional chef and author of many barbecue cookbooks who has appeared on several showsas the "BBQ Champion." He lives in Lakeland, Florida.

Media Reviews

The NFL Game Day Cookbook

ìLampeís diverse recipe collection, designed to score at various types of tailgate parties and events (morning, noon, night), runs the gamut from easy to complex. The ideas are sturdy enough to travel to the game or a potluck or be served at home, but they all have one thing in common: Itís all real food.î

LA Daily News2008-09-10 00:00:00