This is part cookbook, part how-to for non-Republicans, part payback (qThanks, Mom, for all the swell tricks with Lipton Onion Soup Mixq), and part sheer revenge, as in for one horrifying night when the author was invited to dinner by a coven of Democrats under the pretext of eating a decent whole roasted prime tenderloin and was cruelly served a whole roasted baby tuna. Her date, a Republican fish-hater (a Republican redundancy, by the way, see Chapter 3, Fish), memorably reacted by getting dead drunk and passing out at the table with his face in the tuna. This capriciously-organized collection of the kinds of homey recipes Republicans grow up on pays little regard to attribution, since, in the words of the author, qNobody ever remembers where the recipe originally came from anyway.qLETTYa#39;S METROPOLITAN MEAT LOAF a#39; believe I neglected to mention that Letty Gochberg (see page 78) once trained at the Metropolitan Opera, and this is another of the Spanta#39;i;l|Iiea#39;S that make her friends sing. SERVES 8 TO 10 3 pounds ground round 2 ... Serve with mashed potatoes and this gravy: Remove the meat loaf from the pan and place on a platter. Drain the fat from the meat-loaf pan. and anbsp;...
|Title||:||How to Eat Like a Republican|
|Author||:||Susanne Grayson Townsend|
|Publisher||:||Villard - 2007-12-18|