The long-anticipated FUDS cookbook and kitchen companion, from the comedic geniuses behind the viral menu for Brooklyn's hottest fake restaurant--named by GQ as one of the 100 Funniest Things in the History of the Internet.
Alfredo and Antonio Mizretti are the most buzzed-about young food entrepreneurs in Brooklyn, and completely fictional. Mario Batali has nothing nice to say about them, but for some reason agreed to write the foreword. He is a real chef, restaurateur, and author, with a Michelin star to his name. The real authors of the FUDS cookbook are: Kelly Hudson, a writer and producer for Adultswim.com; Dan Klein, a writer for Funny or Die, and Arthur Meyer, a writer for The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. All three lived in Brooklyn, until Dan had to move to L.A.
One of the 100 Funniest Things in the History of the Internet. GQ Tear-jerkingly hilarious. Gawker Pitch-perfect. The Feed on BonAppetit.com This may just be the funniest thing I have ever seen ... It's perfect. VH1.com