Press:Price Stern Sloan Price Stern Sloan (August 17, 2006)
Author Name:Mager, David (ILT)/ Ciminera, Siobhan/ Sinnott, Adrian C. (ILT)
This book includes over 25 recipes that are disgustingly delicious.
Just when you thought it was safe to go into the kitchen - here comes "The Fear Factor Cookbook".
But don't worry, even though the name of each recipe is enough to make stomachs turn, each one actually tastes delicious.
And this cookbook is fun for the whole family - with recipes like Rat Stew, Madagascar Hissing Cockroach Cakes and Sea Slug Smoothies, everyone at the table will be screaming for more!
Children's Books,Children's Cookbooks,Humor,Literature & Fiction
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Comment List (Total:3)
- Based on the T.V. show, I was expecting high caliber recipes (ie something other than green dyed cream cheese) with clever execution tips and snapshots. None of these things were in the book. I thought the recipes were applicable to 5-7 year olds, which is a much younger age group than the target audience for the Fear Factor TV show. Overall, this cook book was exceptionally disappointing. Had I known about the caliber of the recipes beforehand, I would not have invested in it.
- I am very dissappointed in this book. We received it yesterday and today the pages are falling out of the book.The recipes are cute and easy to do but my advice is to buy some of the Halloween recipe books at the Supermarket.My daughter and I will be annoyed every time we try and use this book.
- This book has some fun ideas for entertaining boys. We've made a few recipes for birthday parties, and I always find something good to make for my church's annual Hallowe'en party. If you have kids of the right demographic - and you know who they are - you'll find some good ideas here. And some of the recipes are easy enough that your kid will have fun making something to gross out his friends.