Barbecue (alt.food.barbecue) Discuss barbecue and grilling--southern style "low and slow" smoking of ribs, shoulders and briskets, as well as direct heat grilling of everything from burgers to salmon to vegetables.

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Hi Folks,
Do you know of any interesting websites about food or cooking to
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Do you know of any interesting websites about food or cooking to
add to www.odd-sites.com?
Thanks,


Try http://www.howtoserveman.com/, then go away.

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On Tue, 23 Oct 2007 12:48:58 -0400, Jerry Avins wrote:

javawizard wrote:
Hi Folks,
Do you know of any interesting websites about food or cooking to
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Thanks,


Try http://www.howtoserveman.com/, then go away.

Jerry


Jerry, the link is wrong, there's nothing there...

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Manuel Marino wrote in ba.food:
On Tue, 23 Oct 2007 12:48:58 -0400, Jerry Avins wrote:

javawizard wrote:
Hi Folks,
Do you know of any interesting websites about food or cooking to
add to www.odd-sites.com?
Thanks,

Try http://www.howtoserveman.com/, then go away.

Jerry


Jerry, the link is wrong, there's nothing there...

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Thought it was http://www.howtoserveman.mars/
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On Tue, 23 Oct 2007 12:48:58 -0400, Jerry Avins wrote:

javawizard wrote:
Hi Folks,
Do you know of any interesting websites about food or cooking to
add to www.odd-sites.com?
Thanks,

Try http://www.howtoserveman.com/, then go away.

Jerry


Jerry, the link is wrong, there's nothing there...


The link just worked for me. "How to Serve Man" is the title of a 1962
science fiction story by Lloyd Bochner, Richard Kiel and Susan Cummings
in which a book of that title, written in an alien language, turned out
to be a cookbook. The story later became a Twilight Zone episode. An
actual book of that title was published, presumably as a spoof.

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Manuel Marino wrote in ba.food:
On Tue, 23 Oct 2007 12:48:58 -0400, Jerry Avins wrote:

javawizard wrote:
Hi Folks,
Do you know of any interesting websites about food or cooking to
add to www.odd-sites.com?
Thanks,
Try http://www.howtoserveman.com/, then go away.

Jerry

Jerry, the link is wrong, there's nothing there...

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Thought it was http://www.howtoserveman.mars/


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In article ,
Jerry Avins wrote:

Manuel Marino wrote:
On Tue, 23 Oct 2007 12:48:58 -0400, Jerry Avins wrote:

javawizard wrote:
Hi Folks,
Do you know of any interesting websites about food or cooking to
add to www.odd-sites.com?
Thanks,
Try http://www.howtoserveman.com/, then go away.

Jerry


Jerry, the link is wrong, there's nothing there...


The link just worked for me. "How to Serve Man" is the title of a 1962
science fiction story by Lloyd Bochner, Richard Kiel and Susan Cummings
in which a book of that title, written in an alien language, turned out
to be a cookbook. The story later became a Twilight Zone episode. An
actual book of that title was published, presumably as a spoof.

Jerry


Was a Simpson's story line too. Hard to be original.
Good little book "The anxiety of Influence."

Back to topic!

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Jerry Avins writes:

"How to Serve Man" is the title of a 1962 science fiction story
by Lloyd Bochner, Richard Kiel and Susan Cummings in which a book
of that title, written in an alien language, turned out to be a
cookbook.



How can three people write a story? The basic idea is the product
of one person, so it seems that if anyone else is involved, espec-
ially in a work that short, they couldn't help but dilute it or drag
it off in unintended directions. "Too many cooks," and all that.



Geoff

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On Oct 23, 8:56 am, javawizard wrote:
Hi Folks,
Do you know of any interesting websites about food or cooking to
add towww.odd-sites.com?
Thanks,
- Jeff


www.whitetrashcookbook.com

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Jerry Avins wrote:

Manuel Marino wrote:
On Tue, 23 Oct 2007 12:48:58 -0400, Jerry Avins wrote:

javawizard wrote:
Hi Folks,
Do you know of any interesting websites about food or cooking to
add to www.odd-sites.com?
Thanks,
Try http://www.howtoserveman.com/, then go away.

Jerry


Jerry, the link is wrong, there's nothing there...


The link just worked for me. "How to Serve Man" is the title of a
1962 science fiction story by Lloyd Bochner, Richard Kiel and Susan
Cummings in which a book of that title, written in an alien language,
turned out to be a cookbook.


Correction. From the Internet Speculative Fiction Data Base
http://isfdb.org:
Title: To Serve Man
Author: Damon Knight
Year: 1950
Type: SHORTFICTION

Awards:

2001 - To Serve Man Retro Hugo Award, Short Story (Win)

Publications:

Galaxy Science Fiction, November 1950, (Nov 1950, H. L. Gold, World
Editions, Inc., $0.25, 164pp, Digest, magazine) Cover: Don Sibley
The Best Science-Fiction Stories: 1951, (1951, Everett F. Bleiler, T.
E. Dikty, Fredrick Fell, $2.95, 351pp, hc, anth)
The Best Science Fiction Stories: Second Series, (1952, Everett F.
Bleiler, T. E. Dikty, Grayson, hc, anth)
Frontiers in Space: Selections From The Best Science Fiction Stories,
(May 1955, Everett F. Bleiler, T. E. Dikty, Bantam Books, #1328, $0.25,
166pp, pb, anth)
Far Out, (1961, Damon Knight, Simon & Schuster, $3.95, 199pp, hc, coll)
The Mindworm, (1967, Anonymous, Tandem, #T118, 3/6, 191pp, pb, anth)
Cosmic Laughter, (1974, Joe Haldeman, Holt Rinehart Winston,
0-03-006931-9, $5.95, 189pp, hc, anth) Cover: Joey Cavanaugh
Cosmic Laughter: Science Fiction for the Fun of It, (1974, Joe
Haldeman, Rinehart and Winston, 0-03-006931-9, $5.95, x+189pp, hc, anth)
The Best of Damon Knight, (1976, Damon Knight, Nelson Doubleday/SFBC,
#2474, $2.49, ix+307pp, hc, coll) Cover: Richard V. Corben
The History of the Science Fiction Magazine Part 3 1946-1955, (1976,
Mike Ashley, NEL, 349pp, hc, anth)
The Best of Damon Knight, (Sep 1976, Damon Knight, Pocket,
0-671-80699-8, $1.95, xiii+337pp, pb, coll) Cover: Ed Soyka
The History of the Science Fiction Magazine, Volume 3: 1946-1955,
(1977, Michael Ashley, Contemporary Books, Inc., 0-8092-7842-1, $9.95,
349pp, hc, anth) Cover: Bob Layzell
The History of the Science Fiction Magazine, Volume 3: 1946-1955,
(1977, Michael Ashley, Contemporary Books, Inc., 0-8092-7841-3, 349pp,
tp, anth) Cover: Bob Layzell
Galaxy, (1980, Frederik Pohl, Martin H. Greenberg, Joseph D. Olander,
Playboy, 0-87223-568-8, $10.95, 465pp, hc, anth)
Galaxy: Thirty Years of Innovative Science Fiction, (Jul 1980, Frederik
Pohl, Martin H. Greenberg, Joseph D. Olander, Playboy Press / SFBC,
#3888, $6.98, xv+481pp, hc, anth) Cover: Tommy Soloski
The Great SF Stories 12 (1950), (Sep 1984, Isaac Asimov, Martin H.
Greenberg, DAW, 0-87997-953-4, $3.50, 319pp, pb, anth) Cover: Dino
Marsan
Isaac Asimov Presents the Golden Years of Science Fiction: Sixth
Series, (1988, Isaac Asimov, Martin H. Greenberg, Crown/Bonanza,
0-517-65754-6, $8.95, 624pp, hc, anth)
Bruce Coville's Book of Aliens: Tales to Warp Your Mind, (Feb 1994,
Bruce Coville, Scholastic/Apple, 0-590-46162-1, $2.95, 172pp, tp, anth)
Cover: Steve Fastner
Bruce Coville's Book of Aliens: Tales to Warp Your Mind, (Apr 1995,
Bruce Coville, John Pierard, Lions / Collins, 0-00-675073-7, £2.99,
ix+177pp, pb, anth)
100 Astounding Little Alien Stories, (1996, Robert Weinberg, Stefan
Dziemianowicz, Martin H. Greenberg, Barnes & Noble Books,
0-7607-0142-3, xvi+544pp, hc, anth) Cover: Cheryl Knippenburg
Bruce Coville's Book of Aliens: Tales to Warp Your Mind, (2003, Bruce
Coville, Scholastic/Apple (9th printing), 0-590-46162-1, $3.99, 172pp,
tp, anth) Cover: Steve Fastner


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On Oct 24, 12:26 pm, (Geoff Miller) wrote:
Jerry Avins writes:

"How to Serve Man" is the title of a 1962 science fiction story
by Lloyd Bochner, Richard Kiel and Susan Cummings in which a book
of that title, written in an alien language, turned out to be a
cookbook.


How can three people write a story? The basic idea is the product
of one person, so it seems that if anyone else is involved, espec-
ially in a work that short, they couldn't help but dilute it or drag
it off in unintended directions. "Too many cooks," and all that.


The tipoff for me was that Richard Kiel played "Jaws" in Moonraker.

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On Oct 23, 8:56 am, javawizard wrote:
Hi Folks,
Do you know of any interesting websites about food or cooking to
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Thanks,
- Jeff


www.whitetrashcookbook.com


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On Oct 23, 8:56 am, javawizard wrote:
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Thanks,
- Jeff


www.whitetrashcookbook.com


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javawizard wrote:
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http://video.aol.com/video-detail/cl...nny/1138011048
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