Culture: Book: Food
Made In Mouth   (+35)  [vote for, against]
a Non-Cook Book

A book of recipes to make right in your mouth. No pans, no cooking, no washing....
For instance - Put into your mouth:
9 chocolate chips
6 raisins
1 - 2 walnuts
Chew briskly.
[This may taste like a Chunky] You may alter ingredients to your personal tastes or make something new every time.
This recipe is only an example of the suggestions this Non-Cook Book would contain. You are only limited by your imagination.
-- xandram, Nov 20 2009

Not Brundle [BunsenHoneydew, Mar 19 2010]

"Now pour in the boiling water..."
-- DrWorm, Nov 20 2009

"... and whisk with a fork until smooth."
-- 8th of 7, Nov 20 2009

Some milk, a teaspoon of sugar, crack in an egg. <shake head vigorously>

mmmmmmm eggnog.
-- 2 fries shy of a happy meal, Nov 20 2009

Peanuts + raisins = peanut butter & jelly.
-- phoenix, Nov 20 2009

nice one!
-- po, Nov 20 2009

[Ian] because toast is really a *cooked* item it wouldn't work, but may I suggest:
1 marshmallow
11 peanuts
1/2 slice bread
makes a yummy fluffer-nutter. (unless you guys don't have those over the sea...)
-- xandram, Nov 20 2009

I've made my share of "mouth salad" while working in the garden.
-- normzone, Nov 20 2009

Good for people with false teeth, because you could have food processor sets to pop in for certain recipes. Call them Denchews.
-- xenzag, Nov 20 2009

No recipe. Just wanted to say "Good stuff".

Good stuff. +
-- shudderprose, Nov 20 2009

Yes I do this out of the store cupboards.

Current favourite is a brazil nut and a date
-- pocmloc, Nov 20 2009

Five parts gin, one part vermouth, one olive.
-- calum, Nov 20 2009

Go Go Gadget Arrakis Worm Dentures
-- FlyingToaster, Nov 20 2009

*hot* salami, cheddar, pb on a cracker, raw veggies (,milk).
-- FlyingToaster, Nov 21 2009

mmm lots of good recipes here, how is this not a recipe?
-- dentworth, Nov 21 2009

1 shot lime cordial
1 shot Bailey's liqueur
Shake vigourously.

<pick bits out of teeth>
-- Jinbish, Nov 21 2009

// how is this not a recipe
The "recipes" are just examples. The invention is the thing they're examples of - that's different.
-- jutta, Nov 21 2009

//That sounds positively nasty//
OK, how about four parts gin, one part vermouth, two olives? 'Cause that's as far as I'm prepared to go.
-- calum, Nov 21 2009

I've been living like Winney the Pooh.
-- rcarty, Nov 21 2009

Positively brilliant. Equal parts peanut butter and honey; Gargle, then call me in the morning, when you can speak again. (I love this idea so much I could cry.)
-- blissmiss, Nov 21 2009

Fresh tomato slices, salt, and high-proof vodka....

(Look it up, it's a popular Russian entertainment)
-- 8th of 7, Nov 21 2009

wish I were a ruminant so that I could savor my recipe on the long commute to work.
-- outloud, Nov 21 2009

A couple of fingers down the throat should do the trick.
-- 8th of 7, Nov 21 2009

does stomach acid count as a preparation technique? I hope so. please.
-- Sparkyplugclean, Nov 22 2009

Baked. Tequila, lemon, salt.
-- BunsenHoneydew, Nov 22 2009

Cooking tequila would make the alcohol go away, bunny ;-) but your comment could be an addition to chapter 9, titled "Adults Only".
-- blissmiss, Nov 22 2009

for [dentworth] and others- the actual IDEA is for a BOOK- yes a book of these recipes that I think we actually do. Once I became diabetic I didn't keep any desserts in the house. But how can one live without desserts? So I started with a marshmallow and a couple of almonds - chewed together at the same time and it produced a type of nutty/candy dessert for me. So it's not baked until we put this Non-Cook Book together. (btw- it's coming along nicely here...)Thanks.
-- xandram, Nov 22 2009

//does stomach acid count as a preparation technique?//

only for grendel-fly
-- Arcanus, Mar 12 2010

take 1 brick uncooked ramen noodles / bite off mouthful / swig warm-as-you-can-stand chicken broth (optional: add dash of flavor packet) / swish for 1 minute, or till noodles become palatable / swallow / repeat as desired
-- smendler, Mar 13 2010

That would be Brundle-fly, [Arcanus]. Grendel-fly is an even more horrifying image. [link]
-- BunsenHoneydew, Mar 19 2010

random, halfbakery