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  • Published: 19 September 2013
  • ISBN: 9781448182541
  • Imprint: Vintage Digital
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 144
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The Drunken Cookbook


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From Milton Crawford, author of the bestselling HUNGOVER COOKBOOK, comes THE DRUNKEN COOKBOOK, a witty and entertaining culinary companion for GUIs (gastronomes under the influence).

Whether it's a quiet pint of ale in a well-heeled watering hole or Jäger bombs at 2 a.m., one thing always follows another: hunger.

All too often we cave in to the booze munchies and settle for kerbside cheesy chips or a dreadful doner kebab. There is another way. A better way.

Unlike driving, texting and neurosurgery, cooking can be improved by a drinking session. This book offers delicious recipes tailored to your level of tipsiness and perfect for soaking up the worst of it. Spicy Thai-style pork burgers, a quick couscous chicken biryani or authentic smoky burritos can be delectable and, more importantly, achievable with THE DRUNKEN COOKBOOK in hand.

  • Pub date: 19 September 2013
  • ISBN: 9781448182541
  • Imprint: Vintage Digital
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 144
Categories:

About the Author

Milton Crawford

Milton Crawford was born somewhere north of the Zambezi and west of the Rift valley in a small town in the middle of Africa. He has travelled the world in search of good liquor, fine food and game women. He is an author and journalist, and in keeping with the most honourable traditions of the writing profession, a bon viveur and lover of distinction. Author of the bestselling The Hungover Cookbook and The Drunken Cookbook, his previous books have been published under a more sober alias.

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Praise for The Drunken Cookbook

“If someone you love knows their way around the local pubs better than their own kitchen, then we've found the ideal recipe book for them”

Press & Journal

“A guide to slaying the beer munchies in your own kitchen”

Sunday Mirror


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