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The Hungover Cookbook

December 11, 2011 - < £10, Food & Drink

‘A nice play on the standard pairing of books and drinks…’ –TheNewYorker.com

‘The perfect little pick you up. It is full of wit, quizzes and comforting recipes.’ –Birmingham Mail, November 2010

`Begin your day with a delicious antidote from a new and hilarious cookbook, The Hungoevr Coobkook’ –Today, November 2010

`Don’t waste a weekend nursing a hangover, feed it and bounce back to life’ –The Sun, Hannah Barr, November 2010

`Not only is it full of fab recipes, it’ll make you laugh too – no matter how terrible you’re feeling’ –Cosmopolitan, October 2010

Don’t waste a weekend nursing a hangover, feed it and bounce back to life. –The Sun

The perfect little pick you up. It is full of wit, quizzes and comforting recipes. –Birmingham Mail

Begin your day with a delicious antidote from a new and hilarious cookbook, The Hungoevr Coobkook. –Today

`This collection of meals designed to help mop up the toxins and return your skin colour to its usual pinkish winter hue is well-suited to a throneside location’ –Time Out, December 13, 2010

`The Hungover Cookbook is a delightful book that will bring a twinkle to the eye of anyone who has woken up on a Sunday morning feeling slightly worse for wear’ — Choice, December 13, 2010

`If you don’t want to be bedridden throughout Christmas then take it all in moderation. But, if you are faced with a hangover and don’t fancy the traditional cure of a Full English or a raw egg smoothie, then check out Milton Crawford’s brilliant new book, The Hungover Cookbook’ — MSN Food Blog, December 13, 2010

`Literary food porn for the hungover soul’ –LA Weekly Blog, December 6, 2010

`The genius of this book lies not only in its range of great recipes, but in its comic tone…buy it and you should improve the quality of many hungover mornings to come’ –Bibendium Times, December 6, 2010

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