The saddest book ever.

Submitted by Douglas Wood December 1st, 2011
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“It used to be that I got home from work and the only thing I’d want to put in my mouth was the cold barrel of my grandfather’s shotgun. Then I discovered Sonia Allison’s Chicken Tetrazzini, and now there are two things.”
“After the divorce my diet consisted primarily of uncooked ramen and whiskey. Occasionally I wondered aloud if I’d ever have another home cooked meal again.  Then I discovered “Microwave for One” and everything changed.”

6 Responses to “The saddest book ever.”

  1. Allee Willis

    Love your title and LOVE this book. And I love the art direction just as much. How long did they slave over exactly how to position that all too stiff napkin over the edge of the microwave as well as exactly how wide to open the oven door?

    What are those black things on the salad plate? They look like mussels. The thought of those being cooked in the microwave is as scary as the outfit that Sonia had decided to wear for the shoot