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April 20, 2009

Buy This Book — Your Stomach Will Thank You

by Brad Warbiany


Co-blogger Chris just announced a new cookbook that he and his wife are putting together, heavily based upon a number of recipes that he’s posted on his blog. I still haven’t managed to go and enjoy any of said cooking on my trips into the Phoenix area, but I can say that based on the recipes I’ve seen him post — I’m looking forward to it.

Since the book hasn’t been released yet, I can’t offer any definitive comments. But I can tell you that I’m not expecting The French Chef; rather something more along the lines of 1,001 Ways to Cook Large Dead Animals. Either way, I expect to see a lot of tasty offerings.

Chris mentions that since it will be a limited print run, the best option is to pre-order for a book that will be officially available sometime in the next month or so. You might want to jump on this one quickly. Head on over and take a look.

PSA – The Liberty Papers, nor any of its contributors, subsidiaries, employers, friends, relatives, or pets will not be held responsible for any ill effects to your health resulting from over-consumption — or just consumption — of any of these recipes. I said your stomach will thank you; your arteries are a different matter entirely!

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  1. Brad,
    Perhaps you should do a review and recommend the best beer for his best recipes.

    Comment by VRB — April 21, 2009 @ 12:32 pm
  2. Hmmm, I will have to get this book and figure out how to adapt it to the giant freaking elk I’m gonna kill.

    Comment by Nick M. — April 21, 2009 @ 6:34 pm
  3. Nick, Elk chili is AWESOME; as is Elk stew.

    Comment by Chris — April 21, 2009 @ 7:04 pm

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