Thank goodness for the 'off topic' forum. A title is required for a forthcoming cookbook, and the publisher (Snow Lion) offers a $500 prize for the first person who submits a title actually used. I'm posting this here, because there are a lot of creative folks out there, and one never knows. The book is a compendium of unusual recipes, that fit into one or more of the following four categories: Unusual ingredients or uses of ingredients (such as eggplant bread, cheddar cheese fudge, or a nasturtium sandwich. Remember when we all thought carrot cake was unusual!). Unusual combinations (such as the salmon-chocolate casserole we invented, and brownies made with tomato soup). Unusual preparation (such as the cake you cook from the inside out by drizzling it onto a rotisserie spit, and the chicken you cook by wrapping in foil and wiring it to the exhaust manifold of your car, and driving 100 miles. Unusual stories (such as the m’jeddrah which is believed to be the actual “mess of pottage” for which Esau sold his birthright). Title and, more than likely, a subtitle (what comes after the colon) is needed by mid January. (For instance: "The Unusual Cookbook: 183 eccentric but tasty recipes") You could post here, if you wish, or Email me directly at [email protected] Prize paid on publication and decision of the publisher is final. Thank you.