Gastronogeek: Recipes to Die For

40 Dishes Inspired by the World's Greatest Fictional Detectives

Written By: Thibaud Villanova, Nicolas Lobbestael
From breakfast to after-dinner drinks, dine like Hercule Poirot, Miss Marple, Sherlock Holmes, Benoit Blanc, Jessica Jones, Adrian Monk, Magnum P.I., Arsene Lupin, Ran Mouri, and more.

Solve your way through intriguing culinary mysteries with 40+ delicious recipes inspired by the world’s most famous detectives such as Beniot Blanc’s Spill the Beans, Arsene Lupin’s Prisoner’s Roast Chicken, Jennifer and Jonathan Hart’s Cinnamon Palmiers, John Constantine’s Hello Tonic, and more!

Follow recipes styled like they were ripped from your favorite detective’s case files, and you’ll spend a meal—and a drink—with your favorite sleuth!

INVESTIGATE 40+ RECIPES: Dishes such as Hercule Poirot’s Christmas Pudding, Miss Marple’s Deadly Daiquiri, and Mrs. Hudson’s Curry Chicken (enjoyed by Sherlock Holmes) will be a hit. Not that kind of hit, of course!

INSPIRING DESIGN: Designed like it’s been pulled from a detective’s mission briefing, the parchment background is stamped, worn, and ready for your urgent attention and hunger

INTRIGUING GIFT: Perfect for mystery and true crime fans, old and new

RECIPES FOR EVERY OCCASION: Featuring European and American cuisine by renowned Gastronogeek chef Thibaud Villanova, this cookbook is complete with recipes for breakfast, lunch, dinner, dessert, and drinks

FILLED WITH PHOTOS: Includes striking full-color photos of recipes to help ensure success

RECIPES FOR ALL SKILL LEVELS: With accessible step-by-step instructions and helpful cooking tips, Gastronogeek: Recipes to Die For is a great guide for sleuths of any skill level, from kitchen novices to seasoned chefs
Format: Hardbound
Publication Date: 9/12/2023
ISBN: 9798886632682
Pages: 120
Trim Size: 8.27 x 11.22

  • About the Author 
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Thibaud Villanova, Author: Chef and expert in geek culture, Thibaud Villanova worked at the heart of pop culture for nearly ten years. The son of a baker and passionate about cooking, he decided in 2014 to create the brand Gastronogeek, a bridge between gastronomy and the geek universe.