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Killing Me Souffe Rocking Recipes for a Feastival of Flavour from the Tastiest Acts in Rock 'n' Roll, Pop and Hip Hop by Lachlan Hayman

Killing Me Souffe Rocking Recipes for a Feastival of Flavour from the Tastiest Acts in Rock 'n' Roll, Pop and Hip Hop

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Get ready for saucepan solos, nosh pits and air guitar caviar - Killing Me Souffle is a veritable feast for the ears (and stomach), with an epic line up covering 90 music-inspired recipes. with delicious recipes created in conjunction with a professional chef, amusing illustrations and rib-tickling puns, this is the perfect feastival for music lovers. Bon Jovi Appetit!

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Killing Me Souffe Rocking Recipes for a Feastival of Flavour from the Tastiest Acts in Rock 'n' Roll, Pop and Hip Hop by Lachlan Hayman

Get head banging at the Rock 'n' Roll stage with Summer of 60 Naan and The Fennel Countdown; sing along to Pop hits with Mousse Like Jagger and Gherkin 9 to 5; and get down with Hip Hop and R'n'B classics like Killing me Souffle and Fight for Your Right to Pate.


'Worth it for the title alone, Killing me Souffle is a cute recipe book by Lachlan Hayman inspired by rock bands and pop songs. Our favourite groanworthy examples include Gherkin 9 to 5 and The Fennel Countdown.' --Metro 'A cookbook with a difference. Hayman presents a pun-filled unique cooking experience, with his music-inspired recipes such as Summer of 60 Naan.' --Foodies 'A new book offers delicious recipes inspired by our favourite rock songs [...] If you weren't lucky enough to get tickets for Glastonbury, never fear. Instead of wading through mud and queuing for the toilets, you can bring the festival to your home with some rock and roll-themed cooking.' --The Telegraph'

About the Author

Lachlan Hayman is Australian. He has worked in Marketing in London and Amsterdam in recent years before returning to Melbourne. He started in 2013.

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Publication date

28th May 2015


Lachlan Hayman

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192 pages


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