lunchbox the envy of everyone at the table with Insanewiches, an amazing album of edible art that you can make at home.
Wildly inventive sandwich artist Fiorino brings us clear instructions on how to design and construct A+ sandwiches from teeny Cutecumber 'Wich to gigantic Quadruple Down. Grab your edible ink markers and amaze your lunch buddies with your own Insanewich.
Equipment and tools needed? Cataloged.
Best breadstuffs for intricate cut-out shapes? Listed.
Hunger-inducing color photos for each Insanewich? Absolutely!
If anyone can make a better sandwich than the Cordless Mousewich with USB Cheesestick or popular Rubik's Cubewich, it'll be Fiorino!
Be sure to check the Insanewiches blog for new recipes, contests, and other funny stuff.
Book info: Insanewiches / Adrian Fiorino. St. Martins Griffin, 2011 [author's website] [publisher website] [book trailer]
Recommendation: If the sandwiches in your life are boring, square, or blah, you need Insanewiches! No ho-hum PBJs in this collection of yummy toteables created for breakfast, party time, dessert, and even lunchboxes.
Try breakfast on a stick with Pancake Popwiches or open wide, wide, wider for the amazingly tall morning stack-up entitled The Breakfast Club (sandwich artist Fiorino advises that you eat no more than these per day – it’s that big!).
Take a “Don’t Eat Like a Bird” sandwich featuring a two-tone bread birdhouse shape in your lunchbox or assemble a sad, sad Flatbread Fred with delectable vegetable eyes and nose for a quick lunch at home.
Get adventurous with an East Meets Westdog (sushi + hotdog!) or the Cold Cut Cage Match (complete with wrestling arena on top!). King Me with the ham and cheese checkerboard, try to lift the Sumo Sandwich, or go all out with a Crazy Canuck Sandwich - dinner will never be the same again... Satisfy your sweet tooth with a dessert-worthy Banana Splitwich, a clever Coffee 'n' Cakewich, or The Curious Carrot Cake Sandwich.
With 101 ideas for amazing, crazy Insanewiches to choose from, you'll always have the tastiest plate in town, plus well-explained food-assembly techniques for making your own sandwich dreams a reality. [Review copy and cover image courtesy of publisher]