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"I laughed, I cried... Shit! It's even funnier than My book!" -- God    

"Well, it's not quite THAT funny." --
Mother Teresa

"I do not recommend the haggis."
-- the Dalai  Lama


The Scottish Buddhist Cookbook is an exercise in manic depression, crockpot recipes, divorce, a stuffed Jesus doll, over-drinking, and a small amount of Scottish Buddhist propaganda.

The Scottish Buddhist Cookbook is most appreciated by men who have lived unnecessarily complicated lives, and want nothing more than to find a bit of humor and good eats in this pathetically doomed existence.    

The Scottish Buddhist Cookbook website, however, has only one story and a couple of recipes. So if you want to know how to make a lasagna in a slow cooker or how not to crash a debate about 'intelligent design', you'll just have to cough up $12.99



The first (and always my favorite) review, by Peggy Sturdivant-

http://blog.seattlepi.com/ballard/2007/06/27/the-scottish-buddhist-author-photo/

Ballard Writers Collective-

http://ballardwriters.org/


Facebook-

https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Scottish-Buddhist-Cookbook/118832573313


Scottish Buddhism on NPR-


https://www.behance.net/gallery/515307/Favorite-Public-Radio-Pieces