In yet another food-inspired spoof of the wildly popular erotic trilogy Fifty Shades of Grey comes a rather raw and carnal riff in a book called Fifty Shades of Chicken.
Written under the pen name FL Fowler, the book parodies the passionate and naughty sexcapades of wealthy businessman Christian Grey and the young, naïve Anastasia Steele. Only in this case, a wealthy, young chef is the sexual dominator, while a raw organic bird, Miss Chicken the object of his ‘fowl’ affections.
'“I want you to see this. Then you’ll know everything. It’s a cookbook,”' reads an excerpt. '“I want to prepare you, very much.
"This isn’t just about getting me hot till my juices run clear, and then a little rest. There’s pulling, jerking, stuffing, trussing.”
Like Steele, who starts out as an inexperienced college student, Miss Chicken goes from raw innocence to “golden brown ecstasy” and finds herself at the mercy of a domineering, wealthy, sexy and very hungry chef, reads the book description.
Recipes for 'Dripping Thighs,' 'Sticky Chicken Fingers,' and 'Learning-To-Truss-You,' are divided into three acts. “The Novice Bird,” is for easy roasting, “Falling to Pieces” offers weeknight meal ideas, while “Advanced Techniques” is billed as the “climax” of coking.
The author of Fifty Shades of Chicken isn’t the only one to capitalize on the international popularity of the bodice-ripping ‘Mommy Porn,’ as it’s known.
In the US, enterprising entrepreneurs are hosting Fifty Shades of Grey-themed cooking classes creating R-rated dishes, while food websites are offering readers thematic menu ideas for dinner parties and intimate meals for two –or three or four.
Fifty Shades of Chicken, published by Clarkson Potter, meanwhile, will be released November 13.