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Can You Take The Heat? The WWF Is Cooking: By Jim Ross

This concoction has a nasty aftertaste of cash-in.

It’s doubtful whether it’s possible to produce a good wrestling-themed cookbook, but this certainly isn’t one. It’s nothing more than a bunch of very basic, unappetising recipes which appear to have been randomly assigned to wrestlers with little pretense the superstar in question either cooks or eats the meal.

The unlucky buyer will learn how to make Stone Cold’s Cinnamon Ice Cream, Mideon’s Minestone Soup and Dean Malenko’s Beef Stroganoff among others. Less than half a dozen seem to be in anyway connected to the character and — Big Bossman’s Pepper Steak aside — most of those are nothing but references to genitalia.

The culinary advice isn’t much better. You’ll learn such sophisticated recipes as making Kahlua coffee by adding Kahlua to coffee. You’ll also encounter perhaps the vilest sounding meal of all times, Scotty Too Hotty’s Too Cool Orange salad, a mix of cottage cheese, pineapple, whipped cream and  powdered gelatine.

To drive home how lazy and cheap the book is, the only pictures of food are to be found on the front cover and instead you’ll find around half the page count to be made up of low-resolution black and white wrestling.

And it that wasn’t enough, there’s even a recipe for Steve Regal’s Fish and Chips that consists solely of a battered cod without a potato in sight.

It’s $0.01 on Amazon and in this case, a penny saved is a penny earned.

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  • Marcus says:

    Brian Zane has been making a lot of these on Kayfabe Kitchen and a lot of them seem like good recipes, like Visceras no bake cookies.

    November 13, 2018 at 2:58 pm

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