Rage Against the Cuisine urges you to try Korma Sutra this Valentine’s day

If food be the music of romance, chew on

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London, England (PRWEB UK) 12 February 2013

The author of the book Rage Against the Cuisine launched an alternative take on Valentine madness. The tongue in cheek cookbook contains recipes with a twist and a spin on love.

Rage Against the Cuisine's author, Dave Burt urged lovers of the world to check out his recipes for love stating that it would be a "faster option to buy than a bouquet of garage forecourt flowers, and is a gift your lover will return to time and time again, re-Kindling the passion as it were."

Dave's backlash on celebrity cooking is proving to be a popular choice for the culinary challenged.
With a chapter on Seduction Snacks, Dave explains that "Rage Against The Cuisine is possibly the most kinky cookbook available on Kindle to date! Where else would you find such perfect romantic statement in post cuisine art, as a supermarket curry garnished with contraception?"

Rage Against the Cuisine is launched in time for Comic Relief and valentine madness with a special recipe celebrating 50 Shades of Gravy which, in Dave's words, "is the story of one man’s erotic odyssey in a granule factory in Birmingham."

RageAgainstTheCuisine.net is a social network of like minded culinary renegades, with 15% of proceeds from site and book going to hunger related charities.


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