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Amazon.comAs a big hunter, Minnesota Vikings football player Jared Allen promotes eating what you kill, and his recipes — created with a professional chef — feature all kinds of wild game. Rattlesnake croquettes and pheasant nuggets, anyone?
Amazon.comJane Morin Snowday shares her culinary creations and amusing anecdotes about her pet kitties in this cookbook of “favorite recipes for cat lovers.” Hmm, do cat owners have different taste buds than everyone else?
Amazon.comThere’s really nothing wrong with this kids’ cookbook… except the title. Eww.
Amazon.comFind a hot spot on your engine, wrap your food in tin foil, wedge it into that hot spot and drive the recommended mileage. That Cruise-Control Pork Tenderloin will be ready just as you pull into the driveway. Dinner served!
Amazon.comThis cookbook by Victoria Gotti — daughter of mob boss John Gotti — includes lots of fish recipes. Some might even say it’s swimming with them.
Amazon.comUse the Force in your kitchen to whip up Wookiee Cookies, Boba Fett-Uccine and Princess Leia Danish Dos.
Amazon.comYeah, bugs may be good sources of protein and commonly eaten in other countries, but no amount of chocolate fondue slathered on a grasshopper will make it slither down our throats any easier.
Amazon.comIn the 1980s, Dorothea Puente ran a boarding house in Sacramento, California, where many of her tenants started disappearing. Authorities eventually dug up seven bodies in her yard, and she was accused of murdering nine people. Apparently she drugged their meals so she could steal their Social Security checks. She got no complaints about her cooking though.
beta.yudu.comChef and author Ljubomir Erovic has been cooking with animal testicles for 20 years and prefers those from bulls, stallions or ostriches. Good for him.
Don’t ask what’s in that flan sauce.