Quick-Fix Cooking with Roadkill

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Andrews McMeel Publishing, Sep 14, 2010 - Humor - 160 pages

Move over Rachael Ray. Smash car driver and redneck culinary authority Buck "Buck" Peterson follows up The Original Road Kill Cookbook with more than 50 new roadkill recipes inside Quick-Fix Cooking with Roadkill.

Created for culinary cruisers on the go, each recipe can be prepared in less than 30 minutes after its roadside procurement. Consider ditch-divining recipes such as Perky Jerky, Corned Carnage and Cabbage, Freeway Frittata, Backed-Over Baby Back Ribs, Pavement Panini, and Tar-Tare.

Also included are sample tasting menus for breakfasts, lunches, appetizers, dinners, and holiday meals, as well as entertaining tips on where to shop, how to tell when an animal has given up the ghost, and how to pair your roadkill with wine.

Nothing is left to chance, except your next culinary roadkill junction. So, when there's a fork in the road, why not pick it up and eat what's found nearby.


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About the author (2010)

As the executive director of the Meals Under Wheels Foundation(r), Buck Buck Peterson is a successful humor writer and the author of more than 10 cookbooks. His best-known title is The Original Road Kill Cookbook, which contains innovative recipes for preparing vehicular roadkill, a food source Buck believes is highly underrated. Peterson's home base is a target-rich environment in northern Minnesota.Online:

http: //buckpeterson.com/original.html

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