Gourmet Cat Recipes

Hank Gross

Published by Hank Gross at Smashwords 2010

© 2010 Hank Gross All Rights Reserved


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This is a book for cat lovers, of which count me in. I can honestly say that I've never met a cat I didn't like, so long as it was properly cooked.

There are those who claim cats are cold, sneaky, and aloof, but I have yet to see a cat maintain its cool in the middle of a quiche or en brochette. By the same token, I am not impressed with those who extol cats as noble, devoted, and affectionate. Cat poop. A cat is calories, protein, and good gravy.

Felines have enhanced the tables of knowledgeable diners since antiquity. Some famous cat lovers include Lincoln, Einstein, Colette, T.S. Eliot, and Winston Churchill, who often took his cat to cabinet meetings. I can't prove this, but I've heard that Eleanor Roosevelt often served cats to foreign dignitaries at state dinners at the White House.

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