Cookin’ With Coolio # Soul Rolls – Duration: 5 minutes, 3 seconds. 81, views; 10 years ago. Play next; Play now. Cookin’ with Coolio by Coolio – There’s only one thing that Coolio’s been doing longer than rapping: cooking. His recipes are built around solid comfort foods. But in recent years Coolio has found another audience—not on the mic but behind the stove as host of his cooking videos Cookin’ with Coolio.

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And I could see it being a useful cookbook for an omnivorous beginning cook. Add to Cart Add to Cart. So, not really a kitchen staple for cookib, but definitely worth getting from the library.

Feb 01, Lisa rated it really liked it. I haven’t made anything from it yet, but I have several earmarked to make soon.

Cookin’ with Coolio

Buy this title from Powell’s Books. Dec 27, Ana Mardoll rated it it was ok Shelves: I still dith get myself to try the Hot Fruit Sandwich, though.

Hilarious – more for Coolio fans and less for the serious cook. I read this cover to cover and enjoyed it way more that I should have. I didn’t even try to stomach any of the food Jan 25, Casie rated it really liked it. They seem to all be very tasty, but are made for home cooks that haven’t really had a lot of experience in the kitchen.

So, in the end, you’re probably coming to this for the humor value. He requires a show of his own to reveal how his “kitchen is hotter than bein up in the club” and goes down when he throws on his flamingo shirt.


Having the right utensils is a good start, but then you gotta show them who’s the boss up in this bitch. This is not that book. Want to Read saving…. For example, adding a dime bag of lemon pepper seasoning to the Italian Chicken Breastesses.

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Apr 11, Vaishali rated it liked it Shelves: I’ll let the man’s own words speak for the book: Jan 05, karen rated it really liked it Shelves: To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. I am not kidding you, this book is hilarious. Published November 17th by Atria Books first published And the lack of pictorial steps shown doesn’t help the beginner chef to cover the gaps between the vague instructions.

All cookbooks should measure their spices in dime bags and nickel bags, amiright? Five stars for comedy, one star for recipes.

Cookin’ with Coolio: 5 Star Meals at a 1 Star Price

It is a book you buy to double-over laughing. Jul 28, Katie rated it liked it. I especially enjoyed some of the unexpected twists. Price may vary by retailer.

Coolio presents his recipes in a manner that you can’t help but just shake your head at and marvel that this book was somehow published. This is not a book to buy for the recipes. Coolio will have you cracking up AND ballin on a budget with his cheap simple tasty meals that pair well with his cheap but tasty wit.


My advice would be to flip through the pages shown here on Amazon, and if it’s the sort of thing you’d like on your coffee table, snap it up and enjoy.

Profane language is a major problem, but otherwise a hilarious book. Coolio’s commentary is priceless. Didn’t find any recipes I would actually make. I probably could have come up with most of these ideas on my own, but Coolio’s humorous twists on cooking made the book worth owning.

The reason I say this is a humor book with recipes and not a cook book with humor is that, well, as a cook book, I just don’t think this book could stand alone. Dec 25, Ariel rated it it was amazing Shelves: Feb 18, Renata rated it really liked it Shelves: As a novelty however, this book is amazing. To ask other readers questions about Cookin’ with Coolioplease sign up. Thank you for signing up, fellow book lover!

Must redeem within 90 days. Ohhh, and I would ignore using dime bag sized portions of seasonings, that’s a bit much. The language was annoying too-instead of a tablespoon of something he uses a “dimebag”, etc. Coolio should either write another one or have his own cooking show.