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Imaginary Animals Make Good Eatin`
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© Joe Crowe
March 31, 2010

The Kosher Guide To Imaginary Animals is a Kosher cookbook for animals that do not exist, as far as we know. As I understand it, chupacabra and the Mongolian death worm are delightful and tasty.

Writers Jeff and Ann Vandermeer put the whole schmeer together. Jeff Vandermeer judged the awesome RevolutionSF squid art contest..

The book's publisher is whomping up a fun contest. They're invited you people to send in your own recipes for cooking monsters. Winners get a copy of the book.

For contest details, here is the book's site.

The site contains some sample recipes: Slow Cooked Behemoth, and my favorite, Seared Cthulhu Over Pasta:

"You'll have to get close enough to cut off a piece, as a whole Cthulhu is too large to work with."

Now I feel both hungry and insane.

RevolutionSF's Joe Crowe is a food critic known for his chicken finger based pallet.

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