I look at dozens of recipes every day. Some catch my eye because they sound so delicious. Others force a double-take thanks to the name alone. "Ugly but Good" cookies? What's the advantage of making that? Below, a top 10 list of strange recipe names, all from the Epicurious recipe database. Feel free to add your own odd recipes in the comments field below.
1. Shaking Beef
5. Festive Nuts
7. Spam Sushi
10. Pink CutsJames Oliver Cury is the executive editor of Epicurious.com. He is a member of the James Beard Restaurant and Chef Awards Committee and has been a judge at the Culinary Institute of America, the Jack Daniels World Barbecue Championship, and the Food Network's Iron Chef show. He's written for dozens of magazines, including Esquire, Playboy, Details, Entertainment Weekly, Maxim, Men's Journal, SPIN, Glamour , US Magazine, Food & Wine, and Every Day with Rachael Ray.
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