Cookin’ With Coolio # Soul Rolls – Duration: 5 minutes, 3 seconds. 81, views; 10 years ago. Play next; Play now. Cookin’ with Coolio by Coolio – There’s only one thing that Coolio’s been doing longer than rapping: cooking. His recipes are built around solid comfort foods. But in recent years Coolio has found another audience—not on the mic but behind the stove as host of his cooking videos Cookin’ with Coolio.
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I read the recipes and imagined Coolio in the kitchen cooking, probably wearing hat with a hole cut up top to expose a few braids.
Oct 10, Allison rated it it was ok. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Coolio started making thirty-minute meals when he was ten years old and has since developed a whole new cuisine: Feb 09, Meredith rated it liked it.
Cookin’ with Coolio: 5 Star Meals at a 1 Star Price
Hilarious to read through if you can stomach the excessive misogyny. I knew upon seeing Coolio in an argyle vest that he was serious.
Thanks for telling us about the problem. Free eBook offer available to NEW subscribers only. The cutesy ‘ghetto slang’ is tricky to remember, and you’ll be doing a lot of flipping to find the one or two random recipes where a conversion for that item was offered – was a ‘dimebag’ of parsley a TABLEspoon or a TEAspoon?
But To be honest, I’m apprehensive about trying any of his recipes. He requires a show of his own to reveal how his “kitchen is hotter than bein up in the club” and goes down when he throws on his flamingo shirt. Many of the instructions are vague and hard to follow and I say this as a long-time amateur cook who can usually connect the dots in case of poor instructionsbecause most if not all of the given step was devoted to humor and innuendo rather than cooking clarity. Jun 23, Maureen Kilroy Furtado rated it really liked it.
The recipes are pretty much not worth it 1 Goodreads star — any book that utilizes things like cans of cream of mushroom soup in the recipes usually aren’t — but the commentary by the “kitchen pimp” Coolio himself is pretty fantastic 5 Goodreads stars! As far as the actual recipes go, I’m disappointed to note that the book has almost no pictures and definitely no pictorial steps shown – all we get are a few glossy photos of some of the finished creations, stuck in the middle of the book.
Jan 03, Erica rated it really liked it Shelves: I found it very distracting when I was trying to read the recipes.
Cookin’ with Coolio: 5 Star Meals at a 1 Star Price by Coolio
You know you wanted to say that If you can get past the pimp jokes and forced slang this is a pretty decent cookbook with some smart tips and even some good jokes.
The recipes are simple and easy, but there are some that look really interesting. Having the right utensils is a good xoolio, but then you gotta show them who’s the boss up in this bitch. They seem to all be very tasty, but are made for home coo I’m not entirely sure how to rate this book. I was so excited to find this, and immediately bought it for my dad.
Apr 02, FabulousRaye rated it really liked it Shelves: Aside from the corn salad Really.
Cookin’ with Coolio
If you are a hard-core Coolio fan, I’m sure this book is a must. Cookjn a novelty however, this book is amazing. Want to Read saving…. The chapters are broken down as follows: Five stars for comedy, one star for recipes.
Jul 24, Louie rated it liked it. This is not that book. This cookbook is peppered with truly funny sayings and reads as if Coolio is right there alongside you whipping-up one of his dishes Paperbackpages. And the lack of pictorial steps shown doesn’t help the beginner chef to cover the gaps between the vague instructions.
I’ve always respected Coolio for his talent and smarts. To date, Coolio has sold over 27 million records globally and has performed in concerts to adoring fans in Africa,Israel, Russia, Japan, Thailand, Brazil, Australia, Turkey and throughout Europe. Dec 25, Ariel rated it it was amazing Shelves: Sadly, there weren’t really any dishes to tempt me no matter how many times Coolio said “shaka zulu!
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This was a featured book at the library so obviously I snatched it up. They seem to all be very tasty, but are made for home cooks that haven’t really had a lot of experience in the kitchen. This is one of the most hilarious and awesome cook books I’ve ever read. You can’t have your spatulas and whisks runnin’ around like they own the place. Advanced cooks will be able to fill in the blanks, but the simplicity of these recipes will practically ensure that advanced cooks will already have encountered and tried much of everything here.
There are a few culinary gems that make it worthy of checking out. Sep 19, Sean rated it liked it Shelves: The introduction is cute and clever, if you like that sort of thing, and if you do, then this would make a good coffee table book, I suppose, but the same shtick over and over will probably get old after the first dozen recipes. Dried basil is as potent as Maui Wowie so use it sparingly, ya dig? The introduction pretty much exhausts all the material here – substitute slang for the usual cooking terminology rigmarole, drop profanity early and often, and use as many food metaphors as possible as euphemisms for sex credit where credit is due: