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.
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Published March 6, 2007
by Rodale Books.