Thursday, November 3, 2011

Review: The Cookie Sutra

The Cookie Sutra: An Ancient Treatise: that Love Shall Never Grow Stale. Nor Crumble. is one of those books you come across when you're looking for something else. I would never have thought to look for an explanation of the Kama Sutra using gingerbread men (and women).

This little gem is written with tongue firmly planted in cheek. Some of it made me laugh out loud. One example is Bending the Bow:

Bending the Bow
This position has also been referred to as "The Rainbow's Arch," in which man lies at a right angle to his partner while she holds onto his legs. It is important to engage in this position slowly and carefully, however. Otherwise the bow might not be the only thing that gets bent.
This book is a quick read. 15 minutes to put a smile on your face for the rest of the day. There's even recipe for gingerbread for adventurous bakers. You might want to invest in a set of bonking biscuit cutters.

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