The Donald Trump Cookbook does not provide answers to any of the world’s major problems. Instead, it addresses such idiotic questions as: Could North Korean "Rocket Man" Kim Jung Un propel a giant Hot Dog 6,692 miles from Pyongyang to New York?
Midland Park, New Jersey (PRWEB) October 19, 2017
Bestselling author Les Fox has created a light-hearted and very, very funny Donald Trump comedy cookbook. Fox’s 50 "wild and crazy" recipes combine far-fetched food ideas with World Events and Famous People related to America's 45th President. All of the recipes are H.I. = Humorously Illustrated.
“People are tired of relentless political attacks and counter-attacks by pro-Trump and anti-Trump forces,” says Fox. “What we really need is a good, hard laugh. The best relief for political tension is extremely silly recipes poking fun at things we take way too seriously. The Donald Trump Cookbook does not provide answers to any of the world’s major problems. Instead, it addresses such idiotic questions as: Could North Korean "Rocket Man" Kim Jung Un propel a giant Hot Dog 6,692 miles from Pyongyang to New York? And: What kind of Meat Loaf did Donald Trump force New Jersey Governor Chris Christie to eat at the White House?”
The Cookbook contains 50 original, totally ridiculous recipes, one for every state from Alabama to Wyoming. The recipes turn foods associated with each state, like Wisconsin cheese and Louisiana crawfish, into jokes intended to avoid stressful arguments. For example, “Lousiana Drain-The-Swamp Crawfish Bouillabaise” is much more likely to cook up a smile than a frown. “Supreme Court Tater Tots”, “California Nuclear Pizza”, “Fake Steak” and “The New Mexico Great Wall Of Tacos” are other amusing recipes designed to emphasize the lighter side of life (and Donald Trump) while whetting your appetite for insane and weird gourmet treats.
“Scheduled for publication in March, 2018 the book is currently available on Amazon,” Fox notes. “Before listing The Donald Trump All American Super-Mega-Huge-Gigantic Cookbook for sale, we did some private test marketing. We quickly pre-sold 25,000 advance copies. All indications are that people would prefer to laugh about what’s happening in the world, than to cry. This book is a fun alternative to yelling at your friends and alienating your family over current events that no one can change anyway.
“Everything about this cookbook, including the title itself, is excessive, wacky, clever, goofy, meaningless, but in very good taste from a culinary perspective. Assuming you have the guts and the kitchen skills to turn these recipes into reality, it's a challenge.”