Here’s the start of what will be many books, I hope. And here’s where you can buy them.
Smutty Eats Series: Late Summer Nights
It’s harvest time for tomatoes, peppers, zucchinis, and all the foods I love for grilling and cooking. In here you’ll find recipes like Cocoa-Chili Pulled Pork, Grilled Salads, Old-School Creamy Corn, Stewed Peppers, Chicken Tacos, Enchiladas, and so much more!
My book is LOADED with photos, all taken by moi.
You’ve got two purchase options! One is the giant of the book world — Amazon. There, it’s $6.49 US, and whatever that translates to in your currency. Around $7 Canadian, right now. This is a Kindle version, 121 pages. You can buy the Amazon version here.
Two is a 62-page PDF, $5, with 23 recipes (not including the tons of variations and some bonus recipes). This is an indie operation and they have a proven track record with indie writers and musicians who want to sell their warez. You can buy the indie Gumroad version here.
See a Preview of My “Smutty Eats” Here!
Some early reviews include:
“A no-nonsense, everyone-can-do-it, get-your-grill-out-and-eat-good-food kinda book. Possibly the best $5 you will ever spend. Get one & good things will happen.”
—Angie Quaale, celebrity chef, BBQ champion, and owner of Langley’s Well Seasoned Gourmet Foods store.
“Your humor is priceless. Enjoying the reading, as much as the recipes. Never laughed so much (in a) long time.”
–Twitter user who received it as a gift, @ddsnorth.
“I’m trying to get inspired to cook again – your cookbook is awesome, @SnarkySteff! Congratulations, I can’t wait to try the recipes! :)”
–Reader named Lara, @purplelara
“I can’t wait to try more of the recipes my good friend @SnarkySteff has in her new cookbook. Get your copy!”
–Author, personality, and past dinner guest Mike Vardy
“I’m stoked to have picked up this cook book for $5 — $5 is a great value on this. I’d been looking forward to it for a couple months now, watching Steffani Cameron create it. Things to love include:
- It being well-written. I’ve got maybe a dozen cook books and up til today only Julia Child’s “Mastering the Art of French Cooking” is one I’d count as a book worth reading vs using.
- There being great how-to’s. You can go on most any website and find a recipe, but they don’t tell you how to do something specific or improve your kitchen skills – Steff helps with that.
- Fantastic photos.”
—Dave MacDonald, Consultant and big foodie fan