50 Shades of Coq: A Parody Cookbook For Lovers of White Coq, Dark Coq, and All Shades Between (Paperback)

50 Shades of Coq: A Parody Cookbook For Lovers of White Coq, Dark Coq, and All Shades Between By A. F. Fowlpun Cover Image
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"These damn things are as hot as a stiff cock." - JULIA CHILD

As one of the most famous coq-handlers of all time, Mrs. Child should know what she's talking about.

A F Owlpun's (get it?) 50 Shades of Coq: A Parody Cookbook For Lovers of White Coq, Dark Coq, and All Shades Between promises to be one of the most cherished and wholesome family books to appear since 50 Shades of Grey.

It contains recipes. Many recipes. Up to 50 of them. All containing chicken, or as the French like to titter, "Coq." So there you have it. It's a book for cooking. Why anyone would want to cook at home is beyond me, but if you do, then this is the book for you. Or for a friend. It's better if you give it to a friend and let them do the cooking. That way you win some points and get a free meal out of it. Here's an idea: Want to make a lot of friends? Then give a bunch of people a copy of this book. Make sense? I knew you'd see the wisdom in this suggestion.

Product Details
ISBN: 9781949314694
ISBN-10: 1949314693
Publisher: Hhf Press
Publication Date: June 27th, 2020
Pages: 132
Language: English



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