Un-Cook Yourself: A Ratbag’s Rules For Life by Nat’s What I Reckon

Sydney comedian and amateur chef turned unlikely-culinary-lockdown-hero rose to fame during the 2020 pandemic with his hilarious viral recipe videos, Nat’s What I Reckon. The short videos inspired many bored and inquisitive citizens to be better in the kitchen through his unique delivery and practicality. His ability to demystify recipes which sometimes got a little fancy led to his widespread appeal, gaining millions of YouTube views and followers.

Now, the tattooed lockdown saviour delivers his debut novel to round out the year. Un-Cook Yourself offers a frank mix of recipes, comics and reviews packed with deep opinion. Fans of Nat’s comedy style will enjoy his trademark terseness spitting off each and every page. His sentences regularly padded with swearing and sass that sadly won’t appeal to all readers but the novel certainly does have something to say. Nat’s debut offering is centred on nine no-nonsense rules in which he imparts with an air of bogan soul. His short anecdotes are peppered with wins and losses in everyday life that has led to an assortment of outcomes and realisations.

Nat’s Ratbag rules for life is raw in your face comedy, however, its roots run deeper as Nat helps turn life’s lemons into lemonade. Nat’s passion for advocacy led by his own experiences has seen him rise to mental health ambassador roles in the community. A perfect book for those who enjoy their comedy with plenty of ocker Australian slang. Un-Cook Yourself: A Ratbag’s Rules For Life speaks from the heart with a can-do attitude offering a down to earth sensitive appeal. “And if you screw it up: it doesn’t bloody Parramatta, champ”.

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