Nietzsche's Angel Food Cake: And Other "Recipes" for the Intellectually Famished

Merry Nothing Christmas Card

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Forget to send out Christmas cards? Download, print, and fold as many as you want.

“Merry Nothing, from Friedrich Nietzsche” is a card with a Christmas version of the recipe “Friedrich Nietzsche’s Angel Food Cake.” It’s free, and it’s sized for letter-sized paper.

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  • Learn about the gift book of 22 faux recipes. It’s much better than an awful cookbook. It’s hilarious literary criticism, with delicious offerings like F. Scott Fitzgerald’s Pickled Tomatoes, Ayn Rand’s Head Cheese, Harper Lee’s How to Kill a Mockingbird, B. F. Skinner’s How to Shock and Blanch Asparagus, John Steinbeck’s Crepes of Wrath, Dorothy Parker’s Parker House Rolls, Sigmund Freud’s 10 Steps to Great Fish, Ernest Hemingway’s Battered Testicles, Emily Post’s Crudités, Dante’s Backyard Barbeque, James Joyce’s Spotted Dick, The Coen Brothers’ Christmas Goose, Rorschach’s Borscht, Jack Kerouac’s Dharma Buns, Lewis Carroll’s Fungi Perfecti, Carl Jung’s Epiphany Cakes, Ian Fleming’s Lemon Caper Dip, Geoffrey Chaucer’s Stinking Bishop’s Tart, Mary Wollstonecraft Shelly’s Frankenfurter, Margaret Mead’s Coming of Age in S’mores, and Anaïs Nin’s Hot Cross Buns.