Killing Me Souffle : The Tastiest Acts in Rock 'n' Roll, Pop & Hip Hop
By Lachlan Hayman
Killing Me Souffle is an epic festival for your mouth that celebrates the infusion of two of life's grooviest ingredients, music and food.
Like your dinner with a side of Madonna? Your cuisine with a pinch of Queen? Killing Me Souffle is an epic festival for your mouth that celebrates the infusion of two of life's grooviest ingredients, music and food. The greatest ever acts in music inspire 90 delectable duets, written by a professional chef, across the 3 stages of Rock 'n' Roll, Pop and Hip Hop. Choose from Crowd Warmers (starters), Headliners (mains) & Encores (desserts). Recipes include Papadum Preach, Summer of 60 Naan, Smells Like Terrine Spirit, Gherkin Nine to Five, Fight For Your Right to Pate, Little Red Courgette and many more. Because every good dish deserves a soundtrack.
Lachlan Hayman is a part-time cook and full-time word-twister who wants to make amazing food more fun and accessible to anyone who's ever sung into a spatula. Silly concept, serious food.
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28 May 2015
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Worth it for the title alone, Killing me Souffle is a cute recipe book by Lachlan Hayman inspired by rock bands and pop songs. Our favourite groanworthy examples include Gherkin 9 to 5 and The Fennel Countdown.' — Metro
A cookbook with a difference. Hayman presents a pun-filled unique cooking experience, with his music-inspired recipes such as Summer of 60 Naan. — Foodies
A new book offers delicious recipes inspired by our favourite rock songs [...] If you weren't lucky enough to get tickets for Glastonbury, never fear. Instead of wading through mud and queuing for the toilets, you can bring the festival to your home with some rock and roll-themed cooking. — The Telegraph