The Drunken Cookbook by Milton Crawford
Whether it's a quiet glass of Chardonnay in a well-heeled wine bar or tequila shots at 2 a.m., drinking has a way of leading to hunger. All too often, we cave in to the booze munchies and settle for 7-Eleven fare or a dreadful diner. But there is another way. A better way. A Quick Couscous Chicken Biryani, Authentic Smoky Chicken Burritos, and even Spicy Thai-style Pork Burgers can be delectable and, more importantly, achievable with The Drunken Cookbook.
Replete with satirical commentary on the vicissitudes of inebriation, The Drunken Cookbook also includes a series of tests to help the reader determine how drunk he or she is. Blessedly, The Drunken Cookbook takes into account the reader's intoxicated state and limited capacity to understand directions; safety warnings are a feature of each recipe, and risky techniques (like deep-fat frying) are excluded from the text.