The Hungover Cookbook
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The Hungover Cookbook

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The morning after - the drilling headache, the waves of nausea, the paranoia, the guilt, the shame - yes, it's the dreaded HANGOVER. We have all been there. At last, we give you The Hungover Cookbook, a self-help manual that helps the morning after drinker to identify the nature of his/her hangover and tailor the treatment accordingly. With delicious and restorative recipes - from Milton's zingy knickerbocker glory to his irresistible tahini and tomato toast, the English Breakfast tortilla to Mexican ranch-style eggs - The Hungover Cookbook invites you to transform dealing with a hangover into a subtle, multi-faceted and enjoyable art instead of merely chucking a 'full English' at it!show more

Product details

  • Hardback | 120 pages
  • 126 x 186 x 12mm | 258.55g
  • Vintage Publishing
  • SQUARE PEG
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • integrated colour
  • 022408657X
  • 9780224086578
  • 24,392

Review quote

Milton Crawford was born somewhere north of the Zambezi and west of the Rift valley in a small town in the middle of Africa. He has travelled the world in search of good liquor and in an attempt to outrun the hangovers that seem to follow him wherever he goes. He is an author and journalist, and in keeping with the most honourable traditions of the writing profession, a drinker of distinction. His previous books have been published under a more sober alias.show more

About Milton Crawford

Milton Crawford was born somewhere north of the Zambezi and west of the Rift valley in a small town in the middle of Africa. He has travelled the world in search of good liquor and in an attempt to outrun the hangovers that seem to follow him wherever he goes. He is an author and journalist, and in keeping with the most honourable traditions of the writing profession, a drinker of distinction. His previous books have been published under a more sober alias.show more

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"A nice play on the standard pairing of books and drinks" New Yorkershow more