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Saturday, August 30, 2008

Political cookbooks make politics more palateble

Two political cookbooks side by side, one for republicans the other for democrats.

If you've stayed up watching convention speeches all this week and plan to next week as well, you, my friend, are a political junkie. The LA Times recently published an article on political cookbooks, and there's a long and entertaining tradition.

From the "How to eat like a Republican" to the "Watergate Cookbook", to being the White House chef, the LA Times covers it all. There are even a couple of Axis of Evil cookbooks. It seems that wherever the worlds of food and politics collide, there's never a dull moment. What is some of your favorite politically motivated foodie literature?

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