Mobb Deep’s Albert “Prodigy” Johnson joins Gustavo “Goose” Alvarez on the list of renowned prison cooks/authors with the release of Commissary Kitchen: My Infamous Prison Cookbook. The follow up to Prodigy’s My Infamous Life, also co-written by critically-acclaimed journalist and author Kathy Iandoli, has plenty of recipes that were developed during his three and a half year sentence, but it also includes various anecdotes about prison situations involving food. If you’re curious about prison life, or you don’t have a giant prep kitchen (small apartment kitchens, dorms, etc.), this book is a must read. Like Goose’s Prison Ramen, this also includes a famous foreword, but this time it’s from the renowned and inimitable Eddie Huang.


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