Joey Green's Mealtime Magic by Joey Green
More Than 250 Offbeat Recipes Using Beloved Brand-Name Products

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America's brand-name wizard is at it again, this time creating culinary magic in a cookbook packed with fun, fast, unexpectedly delicious recipes and little-known facts all revolving around brand-name pantry favorites

As a magician of brand-name miscellany, Joey Green got Jay Leno to shave with Jif peanut butter on The Tonight Show and gave Meredith Vieira a facial with Elmer's Glue-All on The View. He has been seen polishing furniture with Spam on NBC Dateline and teaching Diane Sawyer how to style her hair with Jell-O. The New York Daily News calls him "a hyperactive, testosterone-charged version of Heloise." People names him the "Pantry Professor."

Now America's favorite creator of wacky uses for brand-name products comes up with his most inspired treat yet: Joey Green's Mealtime Magic, filled with more than 250 clever and delicious dishes made half from scratch using beloved brand-name foods, such as Crunchy Chicken Nuggets (made with Cheerios), Coca-Cola Brisket, and Spice Cake (with Campbell's Tomato Soup). Joey also serves up creative side dishes, including fun facts about America's favorite brand-name foods, and kooky alternative uses for kitchen appliances. Now you, too, can cook dinner in the dishwasher! Joey Green's Mealtime Magic is a fun way to liven up time in the kitchen and surprise friends and family at the table.

About Joey Green

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JOEY GREEN is the bestselling author of more than for ty-five books, including Joey Green's Cleaning Magic and Contrary to Popular Belief. He lives in Los Angeles.
Published March 6, 2007 by Rodale Books. 304 pages
Genres: Cooking. Non-fiction

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For anyone who's ever wondered what to do with surplus baking soda or leftover bubble wrap, Green's newest book will provide the answer.

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The dinner table serves as the latest front in Green's seemingly inexhaustible mission to repurpose common household products (Joey Green's Rainy Day Magic, Incredible Country Store, Gardening Magic, etc.) in this hefty collection of uses for American cupboard staples like Tabasco sauce, 7UP, Che...

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