The top 10 truly weird cookbooks

Posted: June 28, 2007

Online bookseller AbeBooks.com recently asked its customers for their votes for the weirdest cookbooks ever. Who knew that cooking on the engine of your car was stranger than wookiee cookies? The top 5:

1. "Manifold Destiny: The One! The Only! Guide to Cooking on Your Car Engine!" by Chris Maynard and Bill Scheller.

2. "The Original Road Kill Cookbook" by Buck Peterson.

3. "The Eat-A-Bug Cookbook" by David G. Gordon.

4. "Special Effects Cookbook" by Michael E. Samonek.

5. "Cooking in the Nude: For Playful Gourmets" by Debbie Cornwell and Stephen Cornwell.

6. "Cooking to Kill!: The Poison Cook-book" by Ebenezer Murgatroyd.

7. "The Star Wars Cookbook: Wookiee Cookies and other Galactic Recipes" by Robin Davis.

8. "The Mini Ketchup Cookbook" by Cameron Pearl.

9. "Cooking for Cats: The Best Recipes for Felix, Orlando and the Rest" by Elisabeth Meyer Zu Stieghorst-Kastrup.

10. "Strange Foods: Bush Meat, Bats, and Butterflies: An Epicurean Adventure Around the World" by Jerry Hopkins.

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