The I’m So Hungover Cookbook

Restorative recipes to ease your pain
By Jack Campbell


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About The I’m So Hungover Cookbook

Just like death and taxes, hangovers are simply one of life’s certainties. There exists infinite hangover ‘cures’, including raw egg, sports drinks and even rubbing lemon in your armpits. Some heretics suggest simply avoiding alcohol altogether. There is only one known relief from a chronic hangover: food.

This ridiculous cookbook showcases the very guiltiest of pleasures. A dank mac and cheese might not make your headache disappear, but it will certainly aide a tender state of mind and empower you to face the outside world. But who even needs the outside world when you can just make your own bacon hash? Or post-lit schnit(zel)? Or a french fry curry??

What sets The I’m So Hungover Cookbook apart from the glut of ‘dude food’ guides is its structure. Each of its four chapters correspond to the exact severity of one’s hangover – from ‘Chapter 1: Shaky, But Standing’ to ‘Chapter 4: Beyond Salvation’. Plus, because each of these 40 recipes are administered for medicinal purposes, the calories really don’t matter… Right?

Book details

Publication date
March 2019 (UK)
May 2019 (US)
220 mm × 170 mm
128 pages

About the author

Jack Campbell is an adventurous cook and food writer based in Melbourne, Australia. He is the author of The Little Bacon Cookbook, The Scratch & Sniff Bacon Cookbook and The Nacho Manifesto, all published by Smith Street Books. It’s safe to say that Jack is a dude food aficionado.