Jay the Joke Holiday Cookbook: 2013 version

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Between holiday travel and jamming up on work to be off on the holidays, I forgot to note the publication or posting of the 2013 Jay the Joke Cookbook.

I have been honored over the years to have recipes included in such august company. One year, I think the first, I even had the lead recipe. By now, I have several recipes in the ever growing cookbook.

The annual cookbook is the product of the tortured mind behind jaythejoke.com, which originally started as a repulsed reaction to a former sports columnist in town.

Some recipes even sound tasty, some are just funny.


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