Fifty Shades of Chicken: A Parody in a Cookbook by Pouline Reage
Pitch-perfect and admiring, this send-up-in-a-cookbook of the ubiquitous trilogy is naughty, hysterical, and totally clever. Our narrator is an "unexplored" young chicken who is, as she writes, at the mercy of a demanding foodie's trussing, carving, spatchcocking, and unbearably slow drizzling, among other bedroom, er, kitchen techniques. Before long, Miss Chicken discovers the sheer thrill of starring as the dish that is literally whipped up for dinner.
With 50 excellent chicken recipes, such as "Sticky (Chicken) Fingers," "Dripping Thighs," and "Bound Wings," our Fifty Shades serves the inexhuastible market of home cooks who just want great recipes for chicken. Let's just say our author has a way of teaching kitchen techniques so you never forget them.