It happens to the best of us. You forget your liquor threshold one evening only to wake up with a pounding headache, dazed, confused, and worst of all, hungry. If you can muster up the strength to get out of bed and make it to the kitchen, there’s the self-help Hungoevr Cookbook by Milton Crawford to help combat specific types of hangovers.
The Hungover Cookbook
- Everything you need to know to assess, understand and improve a hangover
- With P. G. Wodehouse’s six hangovers—the Broken Compass, Sewing Machine, Comet, Atomic, Cement Mixer and Gremlin Boogie—as starting points, includes dozens of comforting recipes are tailored to each specific malady
- Includes games, witticisms, graphic jokes, insights into hangover science and quizzes
- 128 pages
Each recipe in the book has a star rating based on difficulty and time; one star being easy and quick, five stars being hard and more time consuming. Many of the dishes are hearty and rich, like the “Elvis Presley peanut butter, banana and bacon sandwich” and the “Leek, cheese and mustard mash with sausages and onion gravy.” Breath mints anyone?
Just like any illness, there are simple remedies out there to help you deal. Laughter is one of the best, so hopefully the Hungover Cookbook will provide that much at the very least.