The online comic Achewood brings The Al Qaeda Cookbook to its readers this week. Web nerds have known about Achewood for forever and a day, but it’s about time that foodies jumped on the bandwagon.

From blogger Julie Powell to molecular gastronomy to erotic wine tasting, there’s little in the food world that this profane, literate, and world-building strip hasn’t laid a glove on in recent months.

And full-on laffs weren’t enough—the strip also offers a cookbook written in the voice of its characters and its own culinary gift set, featuring a signed copy of the book, hot sauce, and an apron.

One tiny warning: Achewood’s creator, Chris Onstad, works with profanity and sass the way another artist might work with oils and canvas. But if you can handle the potty-typing, it’s all downhill from here.

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