- Manifold Destiny: The One, The Only, Guide To Cooking On Your Car Engine by Bill Scheller & Chris Maynard
- The Roadkill Cookbook by Buck Peterson
- The Eat-A-Bug Cookbook by David George Gordon
- The Special Effects Cookbook by Michael Samonek
- Cooking in the Nude by Stephen Cornwell & Debbra Cornwell
- Cooking to Kill: The Poison Cook Book by Ebenezer Murgatroyd
- Star Wars Cookbook: Wookiee Cookies and other Galactic Recipes by Robin Davis
- Mini Ketchup Cookbook by Cameron Pearl
- Cooking for Cats by Elisabeth Meyer
- Strange Foods: Bush Meats, Bats and Butterflies by Jerry Hopkins
Hyundai Halibut with Fennel (Distance 55-85 miles), Cruise-Control Pork Tenderloin (Distance: 250 miles), and Poached Fish Pontiac (Distance: 40 miles) ...Peterson's Roadkill Cookbook is thankfully a rather tongue-in-cheek guide to turning the beasties you accidentally hit on the road into palatable fare. The book has a cult following and has spawned other titles, including an international version.
Sorry pet lovers but ... It reminds me of the time I was in a shared taxi in Nigeria and for no apparent reason the driver swerved dangerously across the road. Apparently he had seen a dog and fancied it for dinner, but missed it. (There was just one village in my area where dogs were eaten as a delicacy, you'll no doubt be relieved to know.)
Another time in a another shared taxi, but this time in Cameroon, my co-passengers got all excited when a large mongoose ran out in from of the car. "Beef!" they chorused, using the generic pidgin English term in that part of the world for all bush-meat.
Can't think why the compilers of the list included the cookbook for cats. What's so weird about wanting to give your darlings a gourmet dinner?