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Milk Eggs Vodka: Grocery Lists Lost and Found [Hardcover]

Bill Keaggy

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Book Description

April 24 2007
Cabich, bird fude, nodiles, buttmilk, dog yogurt, bannes, hare sope, cream of salary soup.

What do these things have in common? They're all items from real grocery lists. Whose lists? Who knows. The lists were found discarded in shopping carts, dropped on supermarket floors and parking lots, even tucked in returned library books. But the fact that they were discarded is not what's interesting about them. It's that they were found - found and/or collected by Bill Keaggy, proprietor of and the author of the world's first compilation of lost grocery lists. This book.

If we are what we eat, then this book reveals deep and strange truths about the average food shopper (not to mention more mundane facts like a lot of people love vodka, banana is actually very difficult to spell and that butter used to be dyed yellow using marigolds).

Separated into chapters - funny lists, sad lists, unhealthy lists, organized lists - the book also includes humorous commentary by the author and some delicious recipes created from found grocery lists. Quirky sidebars and odd food facts round out the menu.

*Translation: Cabbage, bird food, noodles, buttermilk, dog yogurt (duh), bananas, shampoo, cream of celery soup.

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Product Details

  • Hardcover: 240 pages
  • Publisher: HOW Books (April 24 2007)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1581809417
  • ISBN-13: 978-1581809411
  • Product Dimensions: 17.8 x 2.7 x 22.9 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 816 g
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #698,688 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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About the Author

Bill Keaggy has been publishing on the Web for more than 10 years and his sites, including and, have been praised as genius, useless, inspiring, stupid, beautiful and a complete waste of time.

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26 of 27 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars You will find one of your OWN shopping lists in this collection! May 23 2007
By R S Cobblestone - Published on
How often do you drop your used shopping lists into the shredder? I would expect you would reply, "Never". And because of this, Milk Eggs Vodka: Grocery Lists Lost and Found, by Bill Keaggy, was born.

I was just walking by a bookshelf when my eyes lingered for an extra second on this book. I think my first impression was that it was a cookbook by some over-the-hill rock stars... I mean, milk, eggs, and vodka? But where was the subtitle, "Meatloaf's/Pink Floyd's/Grand Funk's roadie cookbook."

Then I caught the real subtitle: "Grocery Lists Lost and Found."

It was intriguing enough that I picked it up off the shelf.

This was a really entertaining collection of real shopping lists, with the wrinkles and creases, the torn edges, the use of scrap paper, the misspellings, and America's diet (there is a reason obesity rates are on the rise) all laid out in their glory.

There is enough of a collection that at least one of these discarded lists will look familiar.

Is it yours?

Fine literature these lists, and this book, are not. However, the collection was interesting to peruse, and I'll bet this would be a great icebreaker at a party (take turns trying to read the lists on each page... "hookers and blow"?). This book would also be a great present for that friend or family member with that good sense of humor.

Now that I've read Milk Eggs Vodka, I suspect I will pay a bit closer attention to what I write down on that scrap of newspaper. After all, Bill Keaggy may be the next person to use my grocery cart.
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Funny Nov. 1 2007
By Jennifer A. Wickes - Published on
Bill Keagy shares his love of the unusual, your discard shopping list. At his website and his book, Milk Eggs Vodka, we get to see what some people are shopping for, as well as Keagy's humorous commentary. It is completely amazing to see the misspellings and how our own shopping list can be seen as a source of amusement for others. This book is funny and irreverent and worth taking a peek.
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Not good as an ebook June 13 2013
By LH422 - Published on
Format:Kindle Edition
I read the ebook ediiton of this book. While there's nothing wrong with the book itself, it is not possible to read this properly on a kindle, or even on a computer. It is almost impossible to see the grocery lists on the kindle. In frustration I tried on my computer, and it's only slightly better there. If you're interested in this book buy a hard copy. The ebook is just not readable.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Laughing at Lists July 29 2007
By Darcy-Mark Verg - Published on
This book had me laughing so hard in the bookstore I just had to buy it. The lists themselves are great...but when you have the Jimney Cricket remarks of author Bill Keaggy they become hysterical. I can read sections over and over and still crack up! He gives the lists personality and a very creative edge -- like. "Stop Smoking Bad Mom!" Get this book you will never look at lists the same way again!
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Interesting Book Oct. 21 2007
By Eric Schultz - Published on
This is a very clever book. I like how it is in full color and is organized very creatively. My reccommendation is that you read the lists FIRST, then read what Bill Keaggy has to say. Sometimes it's not funny if you read his snipit first. I also love how he created some recipes based on the lists he's found. I can't wait to try some out. Very good book to add to your collection.

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