This Girl's Cookbook Of 'Recipes You Absolutely Can't F-ck Up' Is Amazing

Fair warning, folks: If you are offended easily by profanity, you might want to skip out on reading this one.

This little sister is quickly cementing her way into my heart as a true American treasure, by putting together a collection of recipes entitled: ‘Recipes You Absolutely Can’t F*ck Up’ for her older brother Warren.

You have to give the girl credit: the book has a theme, and that theme is mockery; seldom a paragraph goes by without some kind of jab about Warren’s kitchen-woes. However, the cookbook is actually chock full of your favorite comfort foods, with genuine recipes.

Published by Imgur user tacopartyinyourmouth, the cookbook is swimming with curse words and clever little one-liners that help coach Warren in the kitchen.

After a foreword explaining cast iron pan etiquette -- "Go wild and enjoy yourself, just don’t burn down the house in the process. Merry Christmas, jerk face" -- the first recipe of the book appears: "Chicken soup so simple a caveman can do it."

Luckily, the cookbook includes a friendly little disclaimer: "Unless you’re so dumb you couldn’t pour water out of a boot with instructions on the heel, then you’re sh*t out of luck."

According to Metro, the cookbook includes the following recipes:

  • Chicken soup so simple a caveman can do it
  • Leftover chicken salad so your lazy ass can make two meals at once
  • Shepherd’s pie that we all know will be eaten in one sitting
  • Swedish meat (space)balls
  • Indian chicken curry (not the ‘night on the toilet’ kind)
  • Meatloaf

  • Cream cheese spaghetti bake
  • Not so Kentucky Fried Chicken
  • Teriyaki chicken
  • Beef Stroganoff
  • Loaded baked potato soup (yum?)
  • Honey soy pork chops

Pretty impressive, no?

Imgur users were quick to compliment her laminated sheets (“So he can’t spill sh*t and f*ck up the recipes. Nice touch,’ commented one user) and have been asking tacopartyinyourmouth if she plans on publishing a legitimate cookbook any time soon. At any rate, you can access all of her recipes on her Google Doc.

Would you buy her book in print?