The MEATliquor Chronicles... by Yuanni Papoutsis and Scott Collins
I've listed some of the recipes at the bottom, but I can't imagine you've found your way to this book without knowing who Meat Liquor are. If you do, yes, my darlings - you're going to love it! But, just in case you're not familiar with their work, and you aren't sure what you're getting yourself into, here's a little snippet to whet your appetitie:
'Surely your gospels and all they represent, must live in the air?' a layperson said to the MEATdaddy. 'Because the qualities you celebrate in this place are around us at all times - they're enlightenments, decisions, forces that resist herding into cathedrals like this. I mean, didn't the mobile gospels prove more apt, in that the wagon exposed itself to a greater volume of what we seek? Wasn't it better that diverse peoples from all around came at the wagon's appearance, rather than to one unmoving place?' [... SOME TIME LATER...] 'If all I carry into the cathedral is an intangible value, and if it consumes my whole purpose in going there, then I become intangible too, for the purposes of argument. And as an intangible, I need go nowhere, because the value I represent can be argued in my absence."
The MEATdaddy took a moment to adjust his robes, examining the well-worn sole of a sandal. 'Except for one thing,' he said: 'a burger and a cocktail are tangible.'
'Ah, but then...'
'Do you want a f****ing burger or not?'
'F*** off then, there's a queue forming.'
'We don't serve intangibles.'
Some of the recipes:
The Dead Elvis
Greek Lemon Chicken
Salt Cod, Cream and Potato Pie
London Lamb Chops
There are also lots and lots of cocktails:
Diesel and Honey
Blood and Dust
Corpse Revivers (3)
The New Cross Negroni...
I think you get the message...
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