Gooroo's *Pro*-Magnon Kitchenby Matthew David Brozik, Lauren Krueger, Annie Zimanski
GOOROO'S *PRO*-MAGNON KITCHEN is a culinary manual for the
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There are more cookbooks in print than one can shake a stick at. Throw a stone in any store and you'll hit a book about how to be environmentally friendly. But, for reasons unclear, there's been no environmentally friendly cookbook for those who actually shake sticks and throw stones... until now.
GOOROO'S *PRO*-MAGNON KITCHEN is a culinary manual for the enlightenment of the Neolithic epicure, stressing the need for protecting the planet while providing for one's clan. Accompanying sixteen lessons in considerate consumption are recipes for soups, salads, bread, appetizers, entrees, and desserts--for carnivores, herbivores, omnivores, and lapivores all. (Lapivores eat rocks!) Additional material provides direction and advice regarding use of the inedible parts of creatures cooked--hides for clothing, shelter, crafts projects... bones for tools, personal adornment, crafts projects... plus contributions from several cavemen and cavewomen who care--leaders in their respective fields who can see beyond the selfishness of the Stone Age.
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Meet the Author
Matthew David Brozik, one of the co-authors of the Government Manual series of guidebooks for superheroes, wizards, and pirates... and author of WHIMSY & SODA... prefers the company of dinosaurs to that of vegetables. His quirky fiction and humor have appeared in various publications, in print and online.
Lauren Krueger is a video editor, writer, and good cook. In a pickle, she can concoct a feast from whatever is handy. In fact, if you hand her a cucumber, she’ll make a pickle. Despite a prevailing obsession with vegetables, Lauren loves hamburgers.
Lauren and Matthew are married. To each other. After collaborating to produce this very funny book, they collaborated to produce a very funny daughter. They also have a bird, obviously descended from dinosaurs, who happens to love pickles. Discovery of the dinosaur-pickle connection is the family’s true gift to science.
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Fun and interesting. Now I know how to cook a pterodactyl (I always wondered). I love the illustration!