In what is likely the best use of pasta you’ll see today comes this cookbook from the Gerstenberg Publishing House. As the title implies, it’s a cookbook that you can eat. And we’re not talking just edible paper here — this is the big leagues. Each page of the book is printed on a sheet of delicious pasta, and the entire book is meant to be read and then baked as a lasagna. Finally, the perfect way to sate your literary and literal hunger.
Unfortunately, my German is terribly rusty. However, it looks like the book/dinner’s creators missed a big opportunity to print the recipe for the book in the edible book itself, but with a cookbook you can eat, I don’t think we should be so picky.
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