Foreword by Alton Brown. The Laws of Cooking . . . and How to Break Them encourages improvisation and play, while explaining Justin Warner's unique ideas about "flavor theory"-like color theory, but for your tongue. By introducing eleven laws based on familiar foods (e.g., "The Law of Peanut Butter and Jelly"; "The Law of Coffee, Cream, and Sugar"), the book will teach you why certain flavors combine brilliantly, and then show how these combinations work in 110 more complex and inventive recipes (Tomato Soup with "Grilled Cheese" Ravioli; Scallops with Black Sesame and Cherry). At the end of every recipe, Justin "breaks the law" by adding a seemingly discordant flavor that takes the combination to a new level.
The re-election campaign of Nevada Senator and former UNLV football star Wayne "Wall of Pain" Kight has hit some serious snags. His wife and campaign manager have been caught in a dalliance in the campaign bus, which his opponent, retired wrestler General Mayhem, mocks along with Kight's attempt to save Nevada from a planned toxic waste dump. His poll numbers are slipping and life as he knows it is coming to an end; can accepting Mayhem's challenge of an election-eve wrestling match at Caesar's Palace save him? With the public clamoring for full contact, legislator-on-legislator wrestling action, winning re-election may cost him not only a few bumps and bruises, but also his relationship with his daughter and his dignity.--back cover.
HEAD GAMES - In ancient Judea, Herod returns with the ultimate gift for Salome: the Head of John the Baptist. But maybe he should have kept the receipt. BUM STEER - Marital tension simmers beneath a lively anecdote about an undercooked six-pound steak. MICROCOSM - A spat between two lost germs parallels the conflict between the scientists who study them. PAGE-TURNER - Careless reading can be deadly, especially when the book predicts your future. THE FACE OF GOD - A celestial clerical error puts a man's fate in the hands of a twenty-something paper-pusher claiming to be God. FAT NAKED TRUCKERS - A wholesome suburban dad spars with telemarketers who know his unwholesome secrets. Cast Size: Varies
EATfest Fall 2003 / Series A is a collection of one act plays including Justin Warner's BUM STEER, Eric Kaiser's SUM TOUCHING, Jay C. Rehak's 'TIL DEATH DO US PART, Edgar Chisholm's UNFINISHED WORK, and Matt Casarino's THE BOOK OF JOB, PART II: JOB STRIKES BACK
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