This where tacos are magically transformed into Tacoliatelle Di Pesto Frito, where lowly chicken nuggets are elevated to Le Chicken McConfit, and where the seldom ordered fish sandwich is reborn as the far more elegant Quenelles-O-Fish.
What's that? You're a little concerned by your lack of culinary prowess? Don't worry, that never stopped Rachel Ray. Plus, author Erik R. Trinidad (full disclosure: Erik is one of our team of highly talented writers here at Discovery.com) has created "recipes" that are more about transforming than actually cooking. He shows you step by step how to take your dinner-in-a-sack and make it completely unrecognizable. And in some cases, more edible...
Creator of the acclaimed site, FancyFastFood.com, Erik's not a chef (again, never stopped Rachel Ray), and his "cookbook" is an irreverent look at foodie culture and pop culture, and how they often collide. All served with a generous side of humor. It's quite possibly the funniest cookbook you'll ever read. (Assuming, of course, you'll never read one by Rachel Ray.)
Should you decide to partake in any of Trinidad's cuisine-bending dishes, might I suggest the Whop Perguignon, made from a Burger King Whopper with bacon and mushrooms, a Mushroom Swiss Steakhouse burger and an order each of fries and onion rings.