"Silly some of the time, respectful most of the time and hilarious all of the time, even the squirrel recipes sound delicious and will have me driving slower thru the red states, chumming for low cost snacks on the two lane all the way to Mardi Gras." -- Mario Batali, chef, host of Molto Mario, Mario Eats Italy, and Ciao America on the Food Network, author, The Babbo Cookbook.
"The ideas outlined here for food and fun are zany, sophisticated, and delightful! How many guides to seasonal cooking urge their readers to flambé chickens, smother squirrels, put antidepressants in the punch bowl and sell indulgences? Not nearly enough, if you ask me." -- Georges Briguet, proprietor, Le Perigord, NYC, which opened April 1,1964.
So funny and true! Love the recipes too! Would recommend it for anybody,Catholic or not.Published 5 months ago by Pat Ouellette
This book is a fun look at feast days and saints. Probably not good for a new Catholic because they may not realize what is real and what is a joke. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Amazon Customer
While the title is somewhat offputting, this book is anything but! It is an easy read, and it teaches what we believe as a people of faith with very high fidelity! Read morePublished 16 months ago by Howard L. Gault
This book is packed with tidbits that only grandparents and their ancestors may have known. I found it informative and entertaining. Don't be offset by the title.Published on February 22, 2013 by Jnsen
If, for some bizarre reason, you set out to write a book that combined lives of the saints (blatantly dubious, some of them), Catholic feast days, recipes (all sorts), and... Read morePublished on December 19, 2012 by Mike DePue, OFS
If you've ever secretly pondered the morbidity level of some of our relics, this book will validate your secret "Oh, yuck" and "Ugghs" and make you laugh. Read morePublished on December 26, 2010 by Maggie