What the F*ck Should I Make for Dinner?
We ask ourselves this question at least three times a week while staring blankly at the open fridge or cupboard. Then we walk away, only to return moments later to re-open as if to expect the contents to inspire in a different way. They don’t – what the f*ck?! Enter What the F*ck Should I Make for Dinner?, a cookbook for the frequently indecisive, cranky-when-hungry and privately potty mouthed young professional. The cookbook is derived from the popular website of the same name and offers up 50 different recipes for both meat lovers and vegetarians.
For many YPs, the old-fashioned cookbook can be daunting and tedious. What the F*ck Should I Make for Dinner? is humerous, simple and takes the work out of cooking. The book works in a “choose-your-own-adventure” style, along with creative and entertaining navigational prompts that guide you to a satisfying meal decision. It will suggest a “f*cking” recipe, and if that doesn’t satisfy you because you simply “don’t f*cking like it” or “don’t f*cking eat meat,” it will then offer other options.
What the F*ck Should I Make for Dinner? was created by fellow YP Zach Golden, a writer who grew up working and cooking in restaurants and resides in Brooklyn, New York, with his girlfriend and dog. Golden started www.WhattheFuckShouldIMakeForDinner.com in 2010 to address his own mealtime indecision.
Unlike any other cookbook on the market, it makes a great household essential (and pretty f*cking great housewarming gift!) for the urban YP.