This is a volume of grim and ghastly recipes of improbable concoctions. Readers can discover the taste of trousers and learn the skill of playing billiards with cheese. Even find out how the Post Office can help you in the kitchen. Cooking will never be quite the same again. A wonderful spoof recipe book: perfect for the dark-humoured foodie.
John Henry Dixon has been cooking for over twenty years. This is the main reason that everything has been burnt to a cinder. Undeterred by a preponderance of carbon, his perseverance has been rewarded with this collection of stirring delights which draws on the expertise acquired from thousands of hours of disappointment and stomach ailments. His inspiration is drawn from numerous and various sources: the massive fast-food establishments of Antarctica, the fish farms of the central Sahara and the teeming game parks of Monaco, to name but three.