Strangest Cookbooks Ever Made

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These are some of the craziest cookbooks we’ve seen

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If you’re ever wondered how to cook food on your car’s engine, don’t worry; there’s a cookbook for that.

The Original Road Kill Cookbook. Now there’s absolutely no question about what to do with the chicken that didn’t quite make it across the road.

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The Unofficial Game of Thrones Cookbook.  If you’re a warrior in need of a heroic breakfast like piping hot fish and peppers, this cookbook is a must-own.

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Manifold Destiny. This cookbook takes multi-tasking to a whole new level with more than 50 recipes that you can cook, wrapped in aluminum foil, on the engine of your car while driving.

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The Eat-A-Bug Cookbook. Before you squash that creepy, crawly centipede, spider, or water bug lurking behind your refrigerator don’t forget to ask yourself if it might be better suited for a light cream sauce or watercress salad. If your answer is yes, but you needs a little advice on the specifics, this is your go-to recipe source.

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The Post-Petroleum Survival Guide and Cookbook: Recipes for Changing Times. A book that advertises itself as one that’s all about “having your catastrophe and eating it too” we’re sure this cookbook will be super-useful post-apocalypse.

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Kristie Collado is The Daily Meal’s Cook Editor. Follow her on Twitter @KColladoCook.

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