Joy of Cooking Humans
After watching a bit of Hannibal on television last night (I like Julianne Moore, but she just isn't a substitute for Jodi Foster), I remembered an item I've been meaning to blog about for ages.
Thanks to Natalie at Bake and Destroy, you now know what to get your favourite cannibal or undead friend for Christmas. As part of her - and I kid you not - Zombies in Popular Media Class, she wrote The Joy of Cooking Humans for all flesh eaters to enjoy.
The premise came after musing about the evolution of Zombies over the years (especially throughout the filmography of George Romero):
Obviously, I am a world away from being an anthropologist, so in my head human civilization went something like this:
1. single cell goo
2. crawly things
3. monkey people
4. cave men/clans
5. communal meals
6. advancements in communication
7. wearing clothes
8. families/separate housing
9. advancements in food preparation
If you'd like to read more about it, or thank the creator, be sure to visit her blog and leave a comment (only people with Word Press accounts can do so or else I would have left one for her).