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How to Eat Like a Republican: Or, Hold the Mayo, Muffy--I'm Feeling Miracle Whipped Tonight Paperback – July 13, 2004
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Only in America. I've been to lots of bean bakes, goat ropings, tribal fairs, wooly sheep ridings and Republican teas -- and until now I thought Republicans lived by caterers alone. I'm shocked. Can America be a global hyperpower if Republicans learn to boil water without burning it, to cook macaroni and even make meat loaf?
Meat loaf? Would you believe a 'Bacon Cheeseburger Meat Loaf'? Granted, it's probably a little more tasty and nutritious than the meat loaf the Republican Sheriff Joke feeds prison inmates in Maricopa County. But then, these are seriously delicious recipes. By the same token, there isn't a recipe for any Democratic beans, hot dogs or baking powder (cowboy) biscuits. In other words, this is an Original Meaning all Natural Law and Back-to-Basics Republican cookbook. It'll do your Constitution good.
After years of cooking the books, it's nice to know Republicans can now cook an "Irene Halligan's Mighty Mac and Cheese" dish. As for secrets, this book also explains the mystery of those WMDs no one could find in Iraq; the initials really mean 'Whiskey of Much Delight' and refers to Jack Daniels. For the Born Again crowd, there's a 'Jack Daniel Died for Your Sins Whiskey . . . recipe.' It calls for "2 tablespoons Jack Daniel's Black Label." Now, you just known any Democratic recipe would start with "1 quart store brand vodka . . . "
It's a fun book. You you want to know just how authentic it is? Let me tell you. Right up front, in the "Acknowledgements," Townsend blames the Clinton administration.
I kid you not.
She writes, ". . .Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Besides the excellent reviews of the book, I originally ordered this book to drive the liberals at work crazy. Read morePublished on September 10, 2008 by Aaron Goldman
First of all, it's painfully clear that there are people out there who spend their lives searching Amazon for books containing the word 'Republican' solely to pop single stars on... Read morePublished on October 3, 2005 by Wende Mate
Not just for your republican friends. Democrats will get a good laugh from this one too but surely won't enjoy the recipes as much. Read morePublished on December 12, 2004 by P. Lambeth