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Monday, 14 April 2014 20:45

To whom it may concern

This multi-user blog is a hot piece of kit. If you make a post it will automatically update twitter as to your latest culinary masterpiece! No really, now you can tweet as you eat. However, in terms of a user interface, I think it's been designed by gnomes. Who am I to say? It could be that a virile blogging community spontaneously pops up. It may well be the case that someone staggers across the site and knows a bit about computers. That would be very handy! In the meantime feel free to blog your dinner, rage away and enjoy the posts. The book is on the other page. Good luck!
After a remarkable 2012, Rage Against The Cuisine is now available at Amazon, iBookstore, Nook, and Barnes And Noble. This is priced at £1.99/ £3.20, and 15% of the proceeds go to hunger related charities. We're adding features to the blog all the time, keep checking back for updates!
Monday, 14 April 2014 20:42

Valentines Day Rage

If anyone would like to send Rage as a valentines day gift, it's easy to do so from the amazon.com site for $3.20/ £1.99 Let me know how that goes. I'm sure he/she will be thrilled!
Monday, 14 April 2014 20:40

Dear All,

Feel free to join the Facebook group. https://www.facebook.com/groups/RageAgainstTheCuisine/ A great place to rage against your dinner!
Monday, 14 April 2014 20:39

The Korma Sutra

The mystery of the East, mixed with the ready availability of supermarket curry. Who'd have thought it, the perfect romantic moment.

The recipe is as follows:

Monday, 14 April 2014 20:38

Ed Snowdenthehole

This one is a fairly straight forward dish which uses few ingredients, and is perfect for those long hours in a Russian transit lounge with few cooking facilities.

You.ll need some flour, milk eggs, sausages, temporary asylum, a good human rights lawyer and an oven. The recipe is as follows:

Pour a tablespoon of oil into an oven proof dish and swish it about. Add sausages and put it in a pre-heated oven. Cook for 10 mins at 200C or more if the sausages are reduced to clear and you prefer to be on the safe side.

Tip about 225g of flour into a bowl (ie just tip it and hope), add four eggs and mix it up a bit. Stir in milk a bit at a time. It's likely a mess but keep at it.

Take the dish out of the oven, pour the stuff over it until the sausages are barely visible.

Put it back in the oven and cook for 35 mins.

Take it out carefully, it's likely to be very hot. Eat it.

Send copies of the recipe to The Guardian and The Washington Post.

Rage Cuisine Tip:

For an added wiki thrill, eat with Julian Lasagne.

Ed Snowdenthehole - 5.0 out of 5 based on 1 review
Monday, 14 April 2014 20:37

Chicken soup

Just had a go at chicken soup. Basically it's chicken leftovers, bones gristle, skin, cartilage, and hot water.

It worked out really well!
Monday, 14 April 2014 20:36

Following recipes...

A journey of a thousand steps starts with just one step.

It's the other 999 you have to worry about.

Wednesday, 26 March 2014 10:17

Reviews

Graeme - “Well worth £7.99 of anybody’s hard earned. And that was just the pages you allowed me a sneak preview of.. You tight git ;-)”
Ellie  - “Your book rocks”
Peter - “Very original - personally not seen anything like it before which is always a good thing.
G Buchanan  - I never thought a cook book could be such fun and I've read a couple of Catherine's attempts..... no jokes there. D. A. Burt takes the dull cook book to a three Michelin star standard. This is writing of the highest order.
Daveyboy ... if Dave Burt doesn't make it as a chef then the future is bright as a comedy scriptwriter. I laughed so much I forgot I was hungry.
Whatacroque - As one who stares at the failed culinary creations night after night I feel more at home with this author than Nigella or Jamie. This is a witty antidote to the cupcake crazy cooking cacophony of chefs gracing your screens and bookcases night after night. Buy it!
Mrs Mac A surreal take on the cook book, unlike anything I've seen before. Really made me laugh. Very much worth downloading!
Glen Stanway -  I have to be honest and admit I am not the world's greatest cook. This book hasn't improved things, but it did make me, genuinely, "Laugh Out Loud"! I'm even tempted to have a go at a couple of the recipes. Mr Burt's humour is dry and his punnery highly amusing without being grown-worthy. A very funny and irreverent read whether you like food or not, it will leave you with a smile on your face!
A.E Irvine  - Buy this if you want something that'll make you laugh out loud, oh and there are some half-serious recipes if you're feeling brave. Well done to the author, or should I say 'nicely sautéed'...
Greg Bennet - In a perfect world, Mr Burt's take on all things culinary would be required reading... Hilarious! Buy it now, but do not under any circumstances eat the consequences...
ME  - One of the most entertaining reads I've had, a clever look at the culinary absurdity of modern food culture combining this with recipes, wit and an analytical look at why we eat certain foods. If youre looking for a Kindle book to entertain and wile away those hours getting to work on public transport, this is it! Rage Against the Cuisine is highly recommended!

http://www.amazon.co.uk/product-reviews/B00ALKWTPS/ref=dp_top_cm_cr_acr_txt?ie=UTF8&showViewpoints=1

Reviews - 5.0 out of 5 based on 1 review
Saturday, 02 April 2011 18:52

The Korma Sutra

The mystery of the East, mixed with the ready availability of supermarket curry. Who'd have thought it, the perfect romantic moment.

The recipe is as follows:

Buy a ready meal chicken korma. Take off the cardboard sheath, prong the film then microwave for 6 minutes at 850w.

Clean a plate. Serve the rice first and the korma then on top, presentation is everything with this particular dish.

Garnish with contraception. If you don't serve this dish often it's best to check the sell by date. It's wise not to buy this particular item reduced to clear.

Serve with a spinach side salad. Well it worked for Popeye.

 Rage Against The Cuisine Tip:

 There are approximately 64 variants of this dish but the mainly involve moving the rice around. See if you can find any more. Bon appetit.

 

The Korma Sutra - 5.0 out of 5 based on 3 reviews
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