Author(s): Walter Wheat
You're hooked on BREAKING BAD. You've got high on the escapades of Walt and Jessie. Now it's come to an end and you're missing your latest fix. Well we have just the drug for you: BAKING BAD. 98% pure but 100% edible and delicious, BAKING BAD is a spoof recipe book created in homage to the TV series that we STILL can't stop talking about. A cookbook for fans of the greatest cult show ever produced (and no gasmask is required). From 'Ricin Crispie Treats' to Walt's patented 'Meth Muffins' (complete with blue sugar crystals), 'Apple & Banana Hank-cakes' to 'Chocolate Gustavo Fingers' and 'Heisen-batten-Burg Cake' (topped with a licorice hat), this book comes with so many in-jokes that you'll need a fake carwash just to process them. So, get your protective gear on and your tool kit ready. Because, as Jessie would say, 'Let's Cook. B*tch'.
Baking Bad: The must-have recipe book for all Breaking Bad fans who want to cook up something special... The only cookbook you need this Christmas is Baking Bad - unless you're a Florida mum maybe. It's a recipe book by Breaking Bad fan Walter Wheat (probs not his real name) which shows you how to recreate the hit show's most iconic moments using just sponge, cookie dough and spun-sugar. -- Alison Lynch Metro (Online) Action figures may be off the table for your favorite Breaking Bad fan this holiday season, but thankfully, something even better is hitting the market: a Breaking Bad cookbook, titled - what else? -Baking Bad. -- Eliza Berman Time.com When the characters in Breaking Bad mention cooking, you can be pretty sure they're talking about whipping up a batch of crystal meth, not cookies. A new cookbook based on the TV drama, however, takes a rather more gentle approach to Walt and Jesse's recipes, by converting them into sugary treats. 'Baking Bad' features everything from "blue meth crush" (no phenyl-2-propanone involved) to "Ricin Krispie Treats". As Walt would say: "Let's cook!" Telegraph (Online) Even whiter-than-white cookery judge Mary Berry would brand this lot "scrumptious". -- Matilda Battersby The Independent 'Breaking Bad' was pretty sweet, huh? Well now it's even sweeter, thanks to a recipe book that runs through the show season by season, devising a number of of awesome cakes, biscuits, sweets - and the odd savoury dish - to accompany key scenes. Time Out
Walter Wheat is the pseudonym of a SUNDAY TIMES-bestselling author, TV writer, food lover, and self-confessed BREAKING BAD super-geek. Follow Walter on Twitter @BakingBad.