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Let's be honest. Anyone can copy and paste chicken recipes from the Internet, but 50 ways to eat cock It is for the experienced epicurean who is tempted by the exquisite taste of the well-prepared rooster.
Cooking your cock is harder than you think. Unlike everyday chicken (which is usually a chicken), it can be hard, fibrous and dry. Learn to kill this beast with someone who has trained in the chest of some of the wisest moms and grandmothers in Europe.
Be sure to put a smile on everyone's face with these delicious recipes!
Once revered for its manhood and strength, the rooster has taken a back seat behind the hen in recent years. With healthy chicken recipes like Risotto Cock Balls and Cock-o & # 39; s, 50 ways to eat cock It is a fun and inventive chicken cookbook that gives a revealing look to folklore, history, culinary culture and the nutritional benefits of this well-endowed ingredient. With ironic descriptions, these fun rooster recipes are packed with everything from the quintessential to the quick and easy to the most peculiar. You will learn to tame this tough poultry meat in succulent and delicious gourmet meals. Finally, the noble rooster takes its rightful place at the head of the table.
Take the hard copy as the perfect Christmas, birthday, Mother / Father's Day, Valentine's Day and bachelorette gift! * If you wish, you can also make any of these recipes with normal chicken, but they would not be so much fun.
"How much cock can you eat in life? Let Adrienne Hew count the roads! A humorous approach to a topic we tend to ignore: nutrition! Learn to eat the cock and love it! Our listeners ate it ! " -Mark Review Colavecchio The Bob and Mark show
"Adrienne Hew has added to the culinary repertoire with this fun and imaginative cookbook about a forgotten traditional meal." -Review of Sally Fallon Morell, president of the Weston A. Price Foundation and author of Nutritious Traditions