Have you been drooling over the fictional burgers in Bob’s Burgers, the popular animated series about a family-owned burger joint? Pretty soon, those pun-tastic cartoon burgers will be a reality, because a cookbook inspired by Bob’s Burgers will be released soon, according to NPR. The cookbook is being brought to you by the two-year Bob’s Burger Experiment blog, which posts real burger recipes to accompany the pun-filled burger names that appear on the blackboard behind the counter at Bob’s Burgers every episode as the “burger of the day.”
Inside this cookbook, you will probably be able to find classics like “I Know Why the Cajun Burger Sings,” the “Bruschetta-bout it Burger,” and “Blue is the Warmest Cheeseburger.” Each burger was crafted and photographed by Honda engineer Cole Bowden. Bob’s Burgers creator Loren Bouchard even said he was a fan of theblog. Not all the burgers have been successes, though, like the “I Know Why the Cajun Burger Sings,” which topped a burger with shrimp gumbo, and was a bit too much.
The project is still in the early stages, but Bowden did say he has a publisher.