The work you are about to read is far more than a cookbook. "Eat, Drink, and Be Kinky" will have a broad, engaging appeal not only to serious gourmands but also to alcoholics and sex perverts as well. In fact, I think of this book as sort of a culinary version of James Joyce's "Ulysses." McGovern's masterwork, to my mind, compares quite favorably with Tolstoy's "Anna Karenina." For one thing, it's shorter.
From the Introduction by Kinky Friedman
Written by Mike McGovern, one of the Kinkster's legendary Village Irregulars, "Eat, Drink, and Be Kinky" is a feast of wit, wisdom, and some damn good recipes as featured in, drawn from, and inspired by the novels of Kinky Friedman, private dick extraordinaire and culinary mastermind.
When Richard Kinky "Big Dick" Friedman was only a little Kinky, growing into his Texas jeans and ten-gallon hat, he had two choices at mealtime -- take it or leave it. But the years have been kind to the Kinkster, and thanks to a successful career first as a singer/songwriter and more recently a bestselling author, Kinky has become a connoisseur of good wine, good food, and the best cigars (that he still prefers bad women just goes to show that some things never change).
With a choice from a full menu of everything from appetizers and soups to desserts and libations, the reader is invited to indulge in the best of Kinky cuisine, including:
Downtown Judy's Tortilla Soup with Chili Puree
Fried-Egg Sandwich a Go-Go
Saddle Up Burritos
Teri and Chinga Chavin's Ol' Ben Lucas Swordfish Stew
Son of Chicken McGovern
Steve Rambam's Jailhouse Chili
Jack Daniel's Tiramisu
Crunchy Coconut Banana Cake
The book also features the world according to Kinky -- selections of wit and wisdom from all twelve of his novels on everything from life and death, love and sex, religion and God, food and wine, and the state of the onion.
Whether you're a fan of Kinky's music, a devotee of his novels, or just a lover of good cookin' and good eatin', "Eat, Drink, and Be Kinky" wilt be sure to satisfy your appetite.show more