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Settle in for a stay at Schrute Farms Bed & Breakfast with this hilarious unofficial cookbook featuring rustic, beet-heavy recipes that Mental Floss calls, "the perfect treat for any mega fans of The Office"

Ask Yourself, "What Wouldn't an Idiot Make for Dinner?" The answer is exactly what you will find in this cookbook. With Beet This, you can make your next meal in true Schrute-Farms style with recipes that are equal parts rustic and merciless. Straight from Honesdale (the Keystone State's culinary mecca) this cookbook is packed with old and hearty, Pennsylvania-inspired recipes that would earn Dwight's perfectenschlag stamp of approval, including:

  • Beet Biscuits with Rabbit Gravy (a breakfast classic)
  • Beet and Cabbage Salad
  • Beet Fries
  • Russian Beet Soup
  • Whole Roasted Beets
  • Spicy Fried Rattlesnake with Pickled Beets
  • Moist Chocolate-Beet Cake
  • For a B&B nightcap, Home-Distilled Beet Vodka
  • and so much more. . .

Sharpen your Santoku, load your spud gun, and prepare to be transported to a magical, beet-filled corner of Northeast Pennsylvania. Or don't. And die of hunger. Idiot.

About the Author:

Tyanni Niles began her writing career at a young age when she would fill pages of a composition notebook with stories. She published a single copy of her first book, Cindy's Report, in elementary school (it now sits on a shelf in her home). She enjoys writing short stories and flash fiction. In her spare time, she likes to make friendship bracelets and other crafts. Tyanni is a huge fan of The Office. If she could relate to any character from the show, it would most likely be Pam Beesly, although writing an

Samuel "Fact" Kaplan is an author, psychologist, and humorist based out of Oakland, California. As a psychologist, he works with families and kids with disabilities, using humor, art, music, and games to create connections and help kids heal from complex traumas. He is the coauthor of the books Goodnight Dorm Room, Everybody Poops 410 Pounds a Year, and The MANual. Samuel is very fast. His speed is comparable to that of a shark crossed with a baby tuna that is also being chased by the aforementioned shark.

As a writing team, authors Keith Riegert and Samuel Kaplan have explored a wide swath of the human experience, from airships and testosterone to nun-chucks, root vegetables, and life-and-death survival. Keith lives in New York City.

  • Hardcover Paper over boards: 144 pages
  • Full color illustrations throughout
  • Cooking / Media Tie-In

Summary:

Settle in for a stay at Schrute Farms Bed & Breakfast with this hilarious unofficial cookbook featuring rustic, beet-heavy recipes that Mental Floss calls, "the perfect treat for any mega fans of The Office"

Ask Yourself, "What Wouldn't an Idiot Make for Dinner?" The answer is exactly what you will find in this cookbook. With Beet This, you can make your next meal in true Schrute-Farms style with recipes that are equal parts rustic and merciless. Straight from Honesdale (the Keystone State's culinary mecca) this cookbook is packed with old and hearty, Pennsylvania-inspired recipes that would earn Dwight's perfectenschlag stamp of approval, including:

  • Beet Biscuits with Rabbit Gravy (a breakfast classic)
  • Beet and Cabbage Salad
  • Beet Fries
  • Russian Beet Soup
  • Whole Roasted Beets
  • Spicy Fried Rattlesnake with Pickled Beets
  • Moist Chocolate-Beet Cake
  • For a B&B nightcap, Home-Distilled Beet Vodka
  • and so much more. . .

Sharpen your Santoku, load your spud gun, and prepare to be transported to a magical, beet-filled corner of Northeast Pennsylvania. Or don't. And die of hunger. Idiot.

About the Author:

Tyanni Niles began her writing career at a young age when she would fill pages of a composition notebook with stories. She published a single copy of her first book, Cindy's Report, in elementary school (it now sits on a shelf in her home). She enjoys writing short stories and flash fiction. In her spare time, she likes to make friendship bracelets and other crafts. Tyanni is a huge fan of The Office. If she could relate to any character from the show, it would most likely be Pam Beesly, although writing an

Samuel "Fact" Kaplan is an author, psychologist, and humorist based out of Oakland, California. As a psychologist, he works with families and kids with disabilities, using humor, art, music, and games to create connections and help kids heal from complex traumas. He is the coauthor of the books Goodnight Dorm Room, Everybody Poops 410 Pounds a Year, and The MANual. Samuel is very fast. His speed is comparable to that of a shark crossed with a baby tuna that is also being chased by the aforementioned shark.

As a writing team, authors Keith Riegert and Samuel Kaplan have explored a wide swath of the human experience, from airships and testosterone to nun-chucks, root vegetables, and life-and-death survival. Keith lives in New York City.

  • Hardcover Paper over boards: 144 pages
  • Full color illustrations throughout
  • Cooking / Media Tie-In
9781646041886

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Format: Book
Label: ULPR
Rel. Date: 07/27/2021
UPC: 9781646041886

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Summary:

Settle in for a stay at Schrute Farms Bed & Breakfast with this hilarious unofficial cookbook featuring rustic, beet-heavy recipes that Mental Floss calls, "the perfect treat for any mega fans of The Office"

Ask Yourself, "What Wouldn't an Idiot Make for Dinner?" The answer is exactly what you will find in this cookbook. With Beet This, you can make your next meal in true Schrute-Farms style with recipes that are equal parts rustic and merciless. Straight from Honesdale (the Keystone State's culinary mecca) this cookbook is packed with old and hearty, Pennsylvania-inspired recipes that would earn Dwight's perfectenschlag stamp of approval, including:

  • Beet Biscuits with Rabbit Gravy (a breakfast classic)
  • Beet and Cabbage Salad
  • Beet Fries
  • Russian Beet Soup
  • Whole Roasted Beets
  • Spicy Fried Rattlesnake with Pickled Beets
  • Moist Chocolate-Beet Cake
  • For a B&B nightcap, Home-Distilled Beet Vodka
  • and so much more. . .

Sharpen your Santoku, load your spud gun, and prepare to be transported to a magical, beet-filled corner of Northeast Pennsylvania. Or don't. And die of hunger. Idiot.

About the Author:

Tyanni Niles began her writing career at a young age when she would fill pages of a composition notebook with stories. She published a single copy of her first book, Cindy's Report, in elementary school (it now sits on a shelf in her home). She enjoys writing short stories and flash fiction. In her spare time, she likes to make friendship bracelets and other crafts. Tyanni is a huge fan of The Office. If she could relate to any character from the show, it would most likely be Pam Beesly, although writing an

Samuel "Fact" Kaplan is an author, psychologist, and humorist based out of Oakland, California. As a psychologist, he works with families and kids with disabilities, using humor, art, music, and games to create connections and help kids heal from complex traumas. He is the coauthor of the books Goodnight Dorm Room, Everybody Poops 410 Pounds a Year, and The MANual. Samuel is very fast. His speed is comparable to that of a shark crossed with a baby tuna that is also being chased by the aforementioned shark.

As a writing team, authors Keith Riegert and Samuel Kaplan have explored a wide swath of the human experience, from airships and testosterone to nun-chucks, root vegetables, and life-and-death survival. Keith lives in New York City.

  • Hardcover Paper over boards: 144 pages
  • Full color illustrations throughout
  • Cooking / Media Tie-In
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