George Noory's Late-Night Snacks : Winning Recipes for Late-Night Radio Listening
It's just after two a.m. in Los Angeles and there are only a few cars on the 405. On the East Coast, the diners have yet to open for the morning rush. It's too late for dinner, too early for breakfast, and there's nothing in your freezer to throw in the microwave. You're looking for something a little sweet or a little salty (or maybe a little of both) to keep the midnight munchies at bay in the long hours before dawn. . . . What's to eat? George Noory has put together the ultimate after-midnight cookbook: "Late-Night Snacks "for late-night radio. Whether you're hankering for nostalgic treats, like homemade Toaster Tarts or rib-sticking Dumplings Love You, or something more exotic, like spicy Hurried Curry Pockets or Asian Fusion Salad, George Noory shows you how to whip up quick, delicious snacks with whatever ingredients are lying around your kitchen in the wee hours.Featuring more than a hundred of his personal, tasty, and above all easy recipes, "Late-Night Snacks "is sure to satisfy the cravings of night owls transfixed by stories of the paranormal, UFOs, past lives, ghosts, and things that go bump in the night.
- Paperback | 304 pages
- 132.08 x 200.66 x 25.4mm | 226.8g
- 10 Mar 2015
About William J Birnes
GEORGE NOORY is the host of America's top overnight radio show, "Coast to Coast AM, " which is broadcast over 545 radio stations as well as streamed over the internet to more than 10 million people a night. Noory spent nine years in the United States Naval Reserve as an officer and was awarded the distinguished Navy Achievement Award. WILLIAM J. BIRNES is the "New York Times "bestselling author of "UFO Hunters "and coauthor of "The Day After Roswell "and "The Haunting of America." He is also the lead host and consulting producer of the History Channel's "UFO Hunters"(r) series.