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Hot Damn and Hell Yeah! Recipes for Hungry Banditos and the Dirty South Vegan Cookbook

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Two great vegan cookbooks have been combined in this incredible compilation: an anthology of The Dirty South issues 1-3 and Hot Damn and Hell Yeah. A unique take on southern cooking, vegan style with some tasty delectables, The Dirty South is especially for those not afraid of garlic or baking. Hot Damn and Hell Yeah is a finely illustrated collection of spicy recipes. Siz Two great vegan cookbooks have been combined in this incredible compilation: an anthology of The Dirty South issues 1-3 and Hot Damn and Hell Yeah. A unique take on southern cooking, vegan style with some tasty delectables, The Dirty South is especially for those not afraid of garlic or baking. Hot Damn and Hell Yeah is a finely illustrated collection of spicy recipes. Sizzling with great cooking ideas, these recipes are incredibly mouthwatering and the perfect addition to any vegan kitchen.


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Two great vegan cookbooks have been combined in this incredible compilation: an anthology of The Dirty South issues 1-3 and Hot Damn and Hell Yeah. A unique take on southern cooking, vegan style with some tasty delectables, The Dirty South is especially for those not afraid of garlic or baking. Hot Damn and Hell Yeah is a finely illustrated collection of spicy recipes. Siz Two great vegan cookbooks have been combined in this incredible compilation: an anthology of The Dirty South issues 1-3 and Hot Damn and Hell Yeah. A unique take on southern cooking, vegan style with some tasty delectables, The Dirty South is especially for those not afraid of garlic or baking. Hot Damn and Hell Yeah is a finely illustrated collection of spicy recipes. Sizzling with great cooking ideas, these recipes are incredibly mouthwatering and the perfect addition to any vegan kitchen.

30 review for Hot Damn and Hell Yeah! Recipes for Hungry Banditos and the Dirty South Vegan Cookbook

  1. 5 out of 5

    HeavyReader

    I wrote this review for Zine World #24. At least three folks asked to review this four-in-one vegan cookbook, which should indicate what a hot commodity it is. This professionally bound publication includes all three issues of The Dirty South Cookbook, plus Hot Damn & Hell Yeah. I’ve been cooking out of The Dirty South #1 since I commandeered it from my housemate three years ago, and I can’t wait to try some incredible recipes from Hot Damn & Hell Yeah. The seventy-five word limit on this review I wrote this review for Zine World #24. At least three folks asked to review this four-in-one vegan cookbook, which should indicate what a hot commodity it is. This professionally bound publication includes all three issues of The Dirty South Cookbook, plus Hot Damn & Hell Yeah. I’ve been cooking out of The Dirty South #1 since I commandeered it from my housemate three years ago, and I can’t wait to try some incredible recipes from Hot Damn & Hell Yeah. The seventy-five word limit on this review is just too short for me to give all the reasons why I am absolutely thrilled by this awesome and amazing cookbook!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Jenni

    The book is more like a 'zine' and not really a traditional cookbook. The recipes are definitely inspired and regional and provide lots of interesting ideas to people who are not from "the Dirty South" and those who are, alike. The one complaint I've heard about the recipes is that they are not necessarily "healthy" because many items do include frying or deep-frying, and some fatty ingredients. I would suggest that you not eat from this book for every meal, but rather refer to it for new ideas The book is more like a 'zine' and not really a traditional cookbook. The recipes are definitely inspired and regional and provide lots of interesting ideas to people who are not from "the Dirty South" and those who are, alike. The one complaint I've heard about the recipes is that they are not necessarily "healthy" because many items do include frying or deep-frying, and some fatty ingredients. I would suggest that you not eat from this book for every meal, but rather refer to it for new ideas or an item here and there to try out. I felt like it was a fun cookbook (and it's relatively cheap - $6 on Amazon, so it makes for a nice little gift, too).

  3. 5 out of 5

    Arwen Downs

    This is the ONLY vegan cookbook I own whose recipes I have consistently been pleased with and made again and again. The "Dirty South" side, which originally attracted me, has been less of a gem, but the "Hot Damn & Hell Yeah!" side provided me with the now-famous (at least among roommates and dinner guests) recipes for vegan pot pie and chocolate cake. I can't say enough good things about every recipe I have attempted (and, surprisingly, succeeded at) preparing in this book. This is the ONLY vegan cookbook I own whose recipes I have consistently been pleased with and made again and again. The "Dirty South" side, which originally attracted me, has been less of a gem, but the "Hot Damn & Hell Yeah!" side provided me with the now-famous (at least among roommates and dinner guests) recipes for vegan pot pie and chocolate cake. I can't say enough good things about every recipe I have attempted (and, surprisingly, succeeded at) preparing in this book.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Rory

    This has some really fantastic recipes in it! I've made the chicken fried tofu (or whatever it's called) so many times I don't even have to look at the recipe anymore. I grew up eating a lot of Southern cooking, and crave it often, so this is one of my favorite cookbooks. This has some really fantastic recipes in it! I've made the chicken fried tofu (or whatever it's called) so many times I don't even have to look at the recipe anymore. I grew up eating a lot of Southern cooking, and crave it often, so this is one of my favorite cookbooks.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Lollie

    love love love this book! The illustrations are super cute and the recipes are even better... plus, VEGAN!

  6. 4 out of 5

    brendan

    It's easier to tell when you're flipping through it, but this is compiled from cookzines and is split in half as two distinct cookbooks. The first one is Tex-Mex and the second is mostly Southern comfort food (with some Trinidad and Ethiopian thrown in). "Hot Damn & Hell Yeah" is written in an affected southwest dialect that comes this close to irritating and includes lotsa skeleton cow-person drawings. "Dirty South" has cool illustrations of its own and uses mostly a conversational tone in the It's easier to tell when you're flipping through it, but this is compiled from cookzines and is split in half as two distinct cookbooks. The first one is Tex-Mex and the second is mostly Southern comfort food (with some Trinidad and Ethiopian thrown in). "Hot Damn & Hell Yeah" is written in an affected southwest dialect that comes this close to irritating and includes lotsa skeleton cow-person drawings. "Dirty South" has cool illustrations of its own and uses mostly a conversational tone in the recipes. Both of them focus on simple, unassuming preparations that can please a crowd. "Hot Damn" relies on ingredients that a typical broke punk is likely to have around; this can be a good thing, of course, but you'll be sick of TVP by the time you get through the whole cookbook. The recipes are highly adaptable and for the most part not too much trouble to make. There's a nice variety of sauces, breads, and deserts. The recipes for BBQ sauce and Worcestershire sauce make an enormous amount - I have no idea what I'm going to do with all of it. "Dirty South" also tends towards adaptable recipes. Many of them don't even have measurements for ingredients. (This wasn't actually a problem for me with the mushroom gravy, at least, which turned out awesome.) I haven't cooked from this one as much but I'm looking forward to trying. Although it will remain a mystery to me why they felt it appropriate to include a pizza dough recipe that calls for 25 pounds of flour and requires an industrial mixer.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Jeremie Palenske

    vegan biscuits and gravy. word

  8. 4 out of 5

    Kelly Ryan

    If you need to cook up a good ole vegan southern (tad white trash) meal. This is the ticket!

  9. 4 out of 5

    Jessica

    Pretty good stuff in here that will appeal to non-vegans as well.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Mary

    Very cool vegitarian cook book with easy to find ingredients and yummy stuff to cook with soy milk and egg substitute, etc.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Ak

    I may change my review as time goes by. I Only like one recipe out of three I've tried. I may change my review as time goes by. I Only like one recipe out of three I've tried.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Dazjae

    The third edition is superb. You can find it at Microcosmpublishing.com w/ an updated cover. The herbivorous recipes and artwork are well-done, fun, and certainly original.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Bacchus

    Hell yeah.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Oriana

    Finally made our first meal from this book: buttermilk fried seitan. (Yes, it's a vegan cookbook; the recipe really calls for soymilk.) It was awesome!! Finally made our first meal from this book: buttermilk fried seitan. (Yes, it's a vegan cookbook; the recipe really calls for soymilk.) It was awesome!!

  15. 5 out of 5

    AJ

    Looking forward to trying these recipes - especially cornmeal mush which I used to eat a lot as an undergrad.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Dalia Badr

  17. 5 out of 5

    Tori

  18. 5 out of 5

    Angela

  19. 4 out of 5

    amy

  20. 5 out of 5

    David James

  21. 4 out of 5

    Grrrl

  22. 4 out of 5

    Grace

  23. 5 out of 5

    Sarah

  24. 5 out of 5

    S

  25. 5 out of 5

    arcane

  26. 5 out of 5

    Nontando Sibanda

  27. 4 out of 5

    Brian

  28. 5 out of 5

    Tara

  29. 4 out of 5

    George Ann

  30. 4 out of 5

    Bela

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