Pass the Cook Book Club: Guy Fieri’s Snake Bite Sandwich

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It’s round two of Pass the Cook Book Club – and I’m not sure I could be more excited. This month we cooked recipes from Guy Fieri’s cookbook. I had received this book as a gift for my birthday and flipped through it loving a lot but being overwhelmed by the portions or effort for each recipe, I placed it on my book shelf where it proceeded to earn it’s ever classy layer of dust. But I knew the book had a ton of potential so I grabbed it off of the shelf for the club. Flipping through, I must have tabbed over a dozen recipes to narrow the three we would be cooking from down to. Personally, I will be going back and revisiting the book (and already posted a recipe from it last week).

From savory sandwiches to family pasta dishes, Guy packs a ton of flavor into this over sized, beautifully illustrated cookbook. Whether you love his charisma or hate his backwards sunglasses, the boy can cook. His love for his friends and family shines through into the pages as recipes from his son and for his siblings are featured along with the crew that helped him to make this all happen. I can respect a person who doesn’t forget those who got him where he was. It was very hard to narrow down the choices for this months club, but I wanted there to be something for everyone, so the options were Cherry Cobbler Pizza, Asian Fried Quinoa, and (sticking true to myself) the Sneak Bite Sandwich – which lived up to it’s name.

Hearing how excited everyone was over the other recipes from this month really has me wanting to try them. Please check out the links below for all of the other great people who gave Guy Fieri Food a try this month in the club.

To read more about how the cook book club works, see last months post - Pioneer Woman’s Herb Roasted Pork Tenderloin. To join the club, click for our facebook group here. Remember, you don’t need a blog – you just need to want to cook!

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Comments

  1. I’m saving this recipe right now. We would totally love it! Looks great

  2. I’m a little sad about the people who don’t like shrimp. But, I’ll get over it…once I eat this.

  3. Kita, this sammie looks killer. Oh my, are his portions huge. I cut the recipe in half for the hubs and I. Thanks for the invite; I’m loving that I get to dust off my cookbooks.

  4. I had to bail out this month…darnit!! I knew..knew you made this! It is pretty amazing huh…damn..now I need to make it. How many WW pnts is it? hahaha

  5. everything about this sandwich is so scrumptious.

  6. I love your idea of using chicken in this. We thought these sandwiches were incredible. I am loving this cookbook challenge.

  7. Kita, you totally rock! I’ve been sort of stuck in a rut making the same old things for the last few months, and I’m really looking forward to breaking out and trying something new. This dish, minus the dairy, will have to figure that out, has my son’s name all over it. He would be thrilled if I just made your recipes for him.
    Thanks for including me in the Club!!

  8. Yeah, my inner fat kid is totally jumping up and down, begging for one of these sandwiches. :) (Also, my inner fat kid is demanding curly fries, because I haven’t had any in AAAAGES.)
    Great job with this month’s picks… I can’t wait for next month!

  9. I don’t like shrimp, but this actually looks good.

  10. Damn woman, this looks like I’d wrestle a snake for it. And win.

  11. I was really torn about what to make this month. This is definitely on the agenda for another night. A sure winner here.

  12. I totally thought it had real snakes in it. and then I said outloud “I’M TIRED OF THESE MOTHA F***** SNAKES, ON THIS MOTHER F***** PLANE!”

    I know. It’s friday. I want to come over and eat these though with you.

  13. This sandwich looks divine and absolutely satisfying. I can’t wait to make this, yum!

  14. The seasoning in the sauce is crazy, crazy in a good way. This looks totally decadent. I could even see leftover shrimp over some rice or pasta.

  15. Looks really tasty Kita! Only wish he would have named it something else lol, snake bites makes me think of when my husband cooked up a snake to eat :( of course he said it tasted like chicken but I didn’t partake. Seriously tho this looks like it’s a killer recipe!

  16. OMG. I love Guy ‘Furry’!!! ;D He’s so awesome…and I gotta say as a nineties child I love his unusual flair…and hair lol…awesome recipe, Kita. It looks amazing…great choice!

    xoxo,
    Tammy

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