Gudetama: The Official Cookbook: Recipes for Living a Lazy Life
Fact: Gudetama is lazy, but it did some work to bring its audience a five-course recipe book with breakfast, lunch, dinner, and some extra drink and treat recipes included at the end. The amount and variety of the recipes in each category are impressive for such a lazy egg. The names of the recipes are humorous; for breakfast––”Sigh…Pancakes I Guess” and “Unconcerned about this Omelet,” for lunch––”BLTExhausted” and “Napping in an Avocado,” and for dinner––”Feeling Tired Fried Rice” and “Pizza…I Can’t.”
While trying out some of these recipes, I felt much like Gudetama in everyday life, because it’s exhausting putting effort into cooking! “Too Tired Tator Tot Bake” and “Good Enough Avocado Toast” were yummy in my tummy, as were “Slowly Grilled Cheese” and “Maybe I’ll Make Meatloaf!” “S’mores…I’m Done” and “Sleepytime Hot Chocolate” were simple crowd-pleasers for kids and adults.
Gudetama: The Official Cookbook: Recipes for Living a Lazy Life is everything it promises; if you choose to put in some extra effort, you might end up with some yummy food to fill your lazy tummy.
|Page Count||112 pages|
|Publisher||Running Press Adult|
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|Category||Cooking, Food & Wine|