Product Description A set of recipe cards featuring the best pun-filled burger recipes from the hit TV show Bob's Burgers. The Bob's Burgers Recipe Box is a collection of thirty-five recipe cards collected from the New York Times best-selling The Bob's Burgers Burger Book. Stored in a sturdy, full-color hinged box, it is perfect for any kitchen. The recipes in this box include the Bleu is the Warmest Cheese Burger, the Bruschetta-Bout-It Burger, and the Shoot-Out at the OK-Ra Corral Burger (comes with fried okra). Serve the Sweaty Palms Burger (comes with hearts of palm) to your ultimate crush, just like Tina Belcher, or ponder modern American literature with the I Know Why the Cajun Burger Sings Burger. It also includes five blank cards to write and share your own burger recipes. Fully illustrated, The Bob's Burgers Recipe Box features the entire Belcher family as well as beloved characters including Teddy, Jimmy Pesto, Jr., and Aunt Gayle. Review "The folks behind the Emmy Award-winning animated series Bob’s Burgers are trying to kick your routine up a notch with a new set of recipe cards spinning out of their successful book, The Bob’s Burgers Burger Book: Real Recipes for Joke Burgers. Series creator and producer Loren Bouchard has joined Cole Bowden, the guy behind the fansite The Bob’s Burger Experiment, to pull together a box set of burger recipes highlighting several of the joke burgers featured in the series in, The Bob’s Burgers Recipe Box: Real Recipes for Joke Burgers." —BORG.COM "If you love burgers as much as I do (or know someone who does), check out the new The Bob's Burgers Recipe Box for yourself or as a gift this upcoming holiday season. It's fun, compact, and filled with delicious burger ideas for any occasion." —MISSION: FOOD.COM About the Author Loren Bouchard is the Emmy-winning creator and producer of Bob's Burgers, cocreator of Home Movies, and writer and producer of Dr. Katz, Professional Therapist. Cole Bowden started the cult favorite Tumblr blog The Bob's Burger Experiment, which has been featured in Entertainment Weekly, Vulture, Serious Eats, The AV Club, Nerdist, and NPR's food blog, The Salt.