Cookbook, Anyone?

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Cookbook, Anyone?

Postby The Gavin on Sat Aug 02, 2008 2:30 am

I'm utterly new to the faith, but I have wholly embraced it and found His Noodly Goodness to be most spiritually fulfilling and rather tasty. i'm sure the idea has been broached before, but why don't we have a cookbook of worshipful (or not) awesomesauce pasta recipes? There's such a great food section already, if it was published and endorsed by the Prophet, more money would be generated for the heathen-converting pirate ship. (which would be amazing, if ever completed, even if the Prophet was being facetious) I'd like to know when this has been suggested before and why it never worked out, because I can't be the first one to think of this.


In fact, I think I'll go have some
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Re: Cookbook, Anyone?

Postby lari on Thu Aug 07, 2008 5:07 pm

I totally agree with you, we already have the cooking section, anyways... :)
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Re: Cookbook, Anyone?

Postby Marinara Minister on Fri Oct 17, 2008 12:39 am

I'll third this motion. Certainly someone has the connections with a publisher. Let us cry out for His Noodlieness to be raised up in cookbook form!
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Re: Cookbook, Anyone?

Postby Edd on Fri Oct 17, 2008 10:10 am

I'm afraid an editor is going to be harder to find than a publisher. I'd love to volunteer, but I have no credentials and very little spare time.
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Re: Cookbook, Anyone?

Postby Roy Hunter on Sun Nov 23, 2008 4:59 pm

Cookbook? Forget it - you're aiming too low!

In the UK, we have a bit of a backlash against fast food and the obesity epidemic, and there are lots of cookery programmes about healthy home-cooked food, some of which (Jamie's school dinners) have a distinctly political agenda. They are getting good ratings.

I say we go for a combination food / lifestyle / politics / religious programme and do 13 weeks of something like 'Pirate Pasta Cuisine'. What do you think?
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