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Race Day Grub: Recipes from the NASCAR Family [Spiral-bound]

Angela Skinner

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9 Feb 2007
Rev up your appetite! This cookbook by Angela Skinner, wife of NASCAR driver Mike Skinner, gives you the inside scoop on many drivers’ race–day routines and traditions as well as high–octane recipes from drivers, their families, and their fans. With 94 great recipes, color photos of drivers, and a fun NASCAR flavor, this unique cookbook will have you going “Boogedy, boogedy, boogedy” while you cook great race day grub.

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Hot on the (w)heels of John Youk′s Big John′s Speedway Grill, Race Day Grub is a cookbook that burns rubber. Skinner, wife of NASCAR star Mike Skinner, culls recipes from the NASCAR family: drivers, wives, technicians, etc., who work, live, and breathe this sport. The result is a smart, easy–to–handle cookbook for your everyday chef or grill master.
Skinner tells a fun tale of crashing in the kitchen–she had a major fiasco during Thanksgiving–and then launches into her assumed role entertaining guests on the road before and after races. Here she shows how this role helped her develop and find exciting recipes that don′t require much time but are big on flavor. Life can be every bit as quick as a racetrack, so families in a hurry can sink their forks into "The Lazy Meat and Egg Bake" and still make it to work and school on time. With six chapters of nearly 90 recipes, this work is your everyman′s and every woman′s cookbook. Highly recommended for large public libraries.
—Steven G. Fullwood, Schomburg Ctr. Lib., New York (Library Journal, May 15, 2007) 

"a smart, easy–to–handle cookbook for your everyday chef or gill master...this work is your every man′s and every woman′s cookbook...highly recommended." (Library Journal, May 15, 2007)

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5.0 out of 5 stars Dee-Licious! 15 Feb 2007
By Greg Higgerson - Published on Amazon.com
Whether you're flaming up the BBQ in the parking lot at Daytona or slow-simmering at home on race day, let me tell you--this book is the place to start. Angie Skinner has put together a really great collection of recipes here, and chances are good that your driver's favorite dish is one of them. Even if you never make a single one of these recipes, the stories that go along with them are priceless. A great gift idea for any NASCAR fan (or chef!).
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Jim Sanders....Las Vegas 3 Feb 2007
By Jim Sanders - Published on Amazon.com
I own about 75+ cook books....This book is AWESOME.....really easy to understand and follow ....the pictures and stories are good....BUT the reciepts and food....that's a 10 Plus....BUY the book....send it to the cooks in your family....they'll love you for it....
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5.0 out of 5 stars A fun book! 26 Feb 2007
By Amazon Customer - Published on Amazon.com
This book is all a cookbook should be--easy to follow recipes, practical cooking advice, fun stories and cool pictures. Tailgating or not, the recipes are sure to please and add to any occasion where family and friends are together. A great book!
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Race Day Recipies! 2 Feb 2007
By Heidi E. Harris - Published on Amazon.com
Race Day Grub has great recipies as well as heartwarming stories from Nascar Fans. These recipies are good for all sporting events or family get togethers. Great Book Angie. Can't wait to start cooking.
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Down to Earth Fodder for the Hungry Race Fan 31 Jan 2007
By Alex Wilson - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Spiral-bound|Verified Purchase
Whether you're tailgating at the track or a game or cooking at home, this book has everything you need to make the occasion special! The stories and pictures(including several of the beautiful Angela) make the book good reading, too. Pick up a few copies to give as gifts for the hosts of your next cookout!
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