The Worlds 10 Weirdest Cookbooks

How many miles does it take to braise a fish fillet? Should you use your exhaust manifold or your valve cover for a pork tenderloin? Were Jaguars really designed with veal scallopini in mind?

Hat’s off to Bill Scheller and Chris Maynard, the car-loving culinary geniuses who created Manifold Destiny: The One, The Only, Guide To Cooking On Your Car Engine—the world’s weirdest cookbook, according to a recent poll on

While Manifold Destiny topped the weirdest

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