"The Dali Cookbook" by Salvador Dali. Many full-page, full-color illustrations, and more with 136 recipes in 12 categories: exotic dishes; eggs & sea food; first course; meats; snails & frogs; fish & shell fish; game & poultry; pork; vegetables; aphrodisiacs; desserts; hors d'oeuvres. Outrageously Dali.
"Biker Billy's Freeway-A -Fire Cookbook" written by Bill Hufnagle. Meat-lovers simply won't notice that it's a vegetarian cookbook: the flavors, textures and fire make every recipe memorable. If you like spicy or downright hot foods, you'll get a kick out of this cookbook. Life's too short to eat dull food.
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"Death Warmed Over"....written by Lisa Rogak. Funeral food, rituals and customs from around the world. One tradition that seems to cross all cultures: eating, a lot, after a funeral – “poking a thumb in the eye of death,” as this book says. The British call it being “Buried with Ham,” which is the name of one of the recipes, actually. Other recipes include: Protestant Funeral Sandwiches, Irish Wake Cake.
"Dude Food"....written by Karen Brooks, Gideon Bosker & Reed Darmon is a very funny yet completely practical book for every male who'd like to know more about the kitchen than just where to store the beer. It includes clear explanations and straightforward recipes that always give good results.