The heavily anticipated first cookbook from the star of Viceland's It's Suppertime and Dead Set on Life.
Born in Saint John, New Brunswick and raised in Fort Erie, Ontario,Matty Matheson is a chef and the host of Viceland's It's Suppertime and Dead Set on Life. This is his first cookbook.
"the Canadian chef knows his way around a gutsy, deeply satisfying
recipe." -- New York Magazine
"Matty has this gorgeous, New York Times-recommended as one of the best books this Fall, cookbook... It's a beautiful poignant book with great art, great pictures." -- Rachael Ray, The Rachael Ray Show
"Fans have been eagerly anticipating the first cookbook from the host of Viceland's It's Suppertime and Dead Set on Life [...] it includes classic Canadian dishes such as seafood chowder and molasses bread pudding, as well as his infamous P&L Burger and Pigtail Tacos" -- The Globe & Mail, Canada
"an entertaining, rule-breaking memoir of his life in food with lots of meat-centric dishes. Yet his brined cauliflower recipe was perhaps the most interesting of all." -- Washington Post
"It paints a picture of a larger-than-life character who celebrates the foods he truly wants to eat" -- The Sunday Times - Ireland
"A Cookbook is a deep and meditative trip through his personal history. Part recipe collection, part autobiography, it's filled with tender remembrances of the food and people who have meant the most to him in his life." -- The Irish Times
"Canadian chef Matty Matheson shares the foods that have shaped his life in this, his first cookbook. Kicking off with dishes from three generations of his family, from the starting line, this is all about flavour." -- Easy Food