Welcome to Scribd, the world's digital library. Read, publish, and share books and documents. See more
Standard view
Full view
of .
Save to My Library
Look up keyword
Like this
15Activity
P. 1
Tom Tom Recipe from Eat Me by Kenny Shopsin

Tom Tom Recipe from Eat Me by Kenny Shopsin

Ratings:

3.81

(32)
|Views: 6,996|Likes:
Published by Alfred A. Knopf
A recipe for Tom Tom from Kenny Shopsin's riotous and tasty cookbook, Eat Me.
A recipe for Tom Tom from Kenny Shopsin's riotous and tasty cookbook, Eat Me.

More info:

Categories:Types, Recipes/Menus
Publish date: Sep 23, 2008
Added to Scribd: Jun 15, 2011
Copyright:Traditional Copyright: All rights reserved

Availability:

Read on Scribd mobile: iPhone, iPad and Android.
Buy the full version from:AmazonBarnes & Noble
download as PDF or read online from Scribd
See more
See less

08/21/2013

pdf

 
Fhz Bf1 Zdf Mooj hcj Pdklowopd{ om Efcc{ Wdopwkc
Efcc{ Wdopwkc hcj Ghyol{cc Ghyyføo
 Hlmyfj H# Ecopm, Cf~ [oye, 9004 
 
H Zvyef{ Glovj kw zvyef{ wzvmmkcn, ~kzd zdffbpdhwkw oc
zvyef{,
bfhckcn kz kw coz wzvmmkcn
 moy 
h zvyef{# Kz‛w wzvmmkcn
bhjf 
omzvyef{# Kz kwihwkghll{ h iyfhj
iovjkc,
~dkgd kw h Gyfolf"Ghavc whvwhnf bhjf ~kzd ykgf hw h mkllfy#Ocl{ zdkw kw bhjf ~kzd zvyef{ kcwzfhj om poye, hcj iyfhj kcwzfhj omykgf# [ov ghc hlwozdkce omkz hw zvyef{ dhwd# ^dhzf}fy {ov ghllkz, kz kw h ~h{ zo zhef bfhz hcj ftzfcj kz ~kzdh wzhygd kczo wobfzdkcn wh}oy{ hcj jflk"gkovw# K bhef kz kc ikn ihzgdfw, wdhpf kz kczokcjk}kjvhl"wkqfj phzzkfw, hcj myffqf kz kcihnnkfw# K vwf zdfb moy zdf Zob Zob $phnf844+ iyfhemhwz plhzf, ~dfyf zdf phzzkfw hyf~yhppfj kc wgyhbilfj fnn# Ivz kzw bowzpopvlhy vwf oc zdf bfcv kw hw h gdfhp wkjfjkwd moy fnnw1 zvyef{ dhwd phzzkfw# Zo bhefzdf dhwd phzzkfw, cvef zdf Zvyef{ Glovjwavwz fcovnd zo jfmyowz $hiovz 70 wfgocjw+hcj zdfc whvzë zdfb kc doz ivzzfy oy olk}fokl wo zdhz zdf ovzwkjf nfzw gyvcgd{ lkefdhwd#
Kcnyfjkfczw
9 ftzyh"lhynf fnnw7 gvpw wzvmmkcn bkt oy gyovzocw7 zhilfwpoocw Glhykmkfj Ivzzfy $phnf ::+,yfnvlhy ivzzfy, oy ndff
²
ikn {fllo~ Wphckwd ockoc, gdoppfj
²
povcj pvllfj $wdyfjjfj+ zvyef{ $oywlkgfj zvyef{ n‛wgdbvwdfj kczo ikzw ~kzd{ovy mkcnfyw+9 gvpw ~hyb Gdkgefc Wzoge $phnf 897+ oyhc{ wzoge oy iyozd
Kcwzyvgzkocw
^dkwe zdf fnnw kc h lhynf io~l avwz zo iyfhevp zdf {olew# Hjj 7 gvpw wzvmmkcn bkt oygyovzocw hcj bkt zdfb zonfzdfy#Dfhz 8 zhilfwpooc omzdf ivzzfy kc hlhynf whvzë phc, hjj zdf ockoc, hcj whvzëvczkl kz kw womz hcj plfhwhcz ivz coz iyo~cfj#Wzky kc zdf zvyef{ hcj zdf wzoge# Povy kczozdf io~l ~kzd zdf iyfhj hcj fnnw, hcj bkthll zonfzdfy# Hz zdkw pokcz, kmzdf bkt kw zoojy{, nyhjvhll{ hjj boyf wzoge vczkl zdf bkt"zvyf kw zdf bvwd{ gocwkwzfcg{ omgooefjwzvmmkcn zdhz gobfw ovz omh zvyef{# $Zy{ cozzo no zoo mhy ~kzd zdf wzoge, ivz km{ov jo,{ov ghc jy{ kz ovz i{ hjjkcn boyf wzvmmkcnbkt oy iyfhj gyvbiw#+Moyb zdf wzvmmkcn kczo 80"ovcgf phzzkfwhiovz
kcgd zdkge# Dfhz zdf yfbhkckcn9 zhilfwpoocw omivzzfy kc h whvzë phc o}fybfjkvb"dknd dfhz5 plhgf zdf phzzkfw kc zdfivzzfy hcj gooe 9 zo 7 bkcvzfw pfy wkjf,vczkl zdf{ hyf iyo~cfj oc iozd wkjfw#Zo myffqf, lfz zdf phzzkfw gobf zo yoobzfbpfyhzvyf, hcj zdfc plhgf fhgd phzz{ kc hplhwzkg ihn# Glowf zdf ihn hcj myffqf# ^dfc{ov hyf yfhj{ zo vwf zdf glovj, cvef kz oypvz kz oc zdf govczfy zo iykcn zo yoob zfb"pfyhzvyf, hcj zdfc wfhy kz hw jfwgykifjhio}f#
 Zvyef{ Glovj
Bhefw 4 zo 80 80"ovcgf phzzkfw 
84>

Activity (15)

You've already reviewed this. Edit your review.
laurashrti reviewed this
Kenny Shopsin's cookbook and philosophy of life and cooking are something to experience! Kenny is humorous and blunt, explaining how and why he cooks the way he does. There are some awesome recipes in here and descriptions of how his restaurant works... by his rules.
sturlington_1 reviewed this
Rated 5/5
Rarely you come across a cookbook that you have to sit down and read all the way through, including the recipes. This is such a cookbook. Kenny Shopsin has a wonderfully original approach to cooking and to life. The epilogue alone -- The Art of Staying Small -- is a great reflection on how to live a fulfilling life doing what you love.
kristenn_43 reviewed this
Rated 4/5
I read the Trillin article on Shopsin's back in 2002, so I bought this as soon as I knew it existed. And it was pretty much what I expected, in a good way. There's the attitude, of course. And this seemed like a particularly good book for non-cooks -- it's all about throwing really random stuff together based on what's handy. Including leftovers. Nothing intimidating. Except for the burgers, I guess. I avoid cooking techniques that involve flame. Not sure chili and marinara cross as many boundaries as he thinks, but it's worth trying.
dlgoldie reviewed this
Rated 3/5
Kenny Shopsin makes the simple case for doing work well, surrounded by people you love. He doesn't get anywhere - he throws people out of his restaurant who piss him off and avoids success as much as possible - but his joy in small things like mastering the perfect pancake is profound. A funny and ultimately moving book with recipes and humor.
verbafacio reviewed this
Rated 4/5
Kenny Shopsin is one eccentric restaurateur -- his tiny restaurant has many rules, more than 900 menu items, and cooks everything to order. The success of this crazy venture is directly attributed to Kenny's unique philosophy of food. He only cooks what he likes, and he doesn't like making the same foods over and over again. This philosophy translates surprisingly well to the home kitchen. In the many recipes scattered throughout, Shopsin shows his readers how to combine a few simple ingredients into bizarre and tasty foods. From simple pancakes to Tom Tom eggs (scrambled eggs with turkey stuffing), everything looks delicious. More than 200 illustrations (some of food, some random shots of the restaurant or Kenny's family) will get your mouth watering.
1 thousand reads
1 hundred reads
sundesh4 liked this
sundesh4 liked this
pisicuza liked this

You're Reading a Free Preview

Download