Webcomics: What’s Cooking II

Monkey Bread Recipe from Bearman Cartoons

So back in October I spoke about a project called Webcomics: What’s Cooking.    In it I told you

…long time Beartoons supporter Byron Wilkins of 1977 the Comic has teamed up with Kurt Sasso of TGT Webcomics  for a cause near to my heart – Fighting Hunger.  They have collected food related cartoons and recipes from various artists and are in the process of putting them together a cookbook collection.   The proceeds of the book will support Food Banks in the United States and Canada.

I am not in the book but I promised those who asked that I would publish my recipe once the book was in print.  My Monkey Bread Recipe is the best you will find out there.  Some people call it “Pull Apart Cake” but Monkey Bread has a better ring to it.

Anyway, I got my copy this past week and love it.  Regulars here including George Ford (Addanac City) and Dr. Carlo Jose San Juan (Callous Comics) are in there with great entries. 

But I have to say the two that made me laugh the most was Dave Reddick of Legend of Bill and our own Aidan Casserly of Scapula.   Bill is a Barbarian so Dave’s recipe was “Big Barbarian Burgers”  First ingredient – “Beef”.  Second ingredient “Beef”.  Third ingredient – “Beef”.  Just like a real Barbarian.  And Aidan had Scapula performing community service by teaching us all how to make a pot of coffee.

So order your own copy and support the hungry.

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  1. I don’t think I’ve ever had Monkey Bread. It does sound good though. I’ma have to check out that cookbook, thanks!

  2. HA!
    Forget about the ‘clean’ kitchen scissors…
    I think the health board might just shut these monkeys down!

    (sounds like a great recipe, Bearman)!

  3. nursemyra says:

    I don’t care how delicious it is, I ain’t eating anything that’s been near a baboon’s bottom

  4. Kurt Sasso says:

    Hey Bearman,
    While you weren’t in the printed version, you will be in the Webcomics: What’s Cooking? iPad / iPhone / Android App 🙂 Along with everyone else that couldn’t be jammed packed into the book.

    I loved your recipe it was hilarious and tasty as well.

  5. Binky says:

    Monkey Bread without any monkeys? Are you sure you didn’t inadvertently leave out an ingredient?

  6. DadaHyena says:

    I got my copy in the mail as well, and it’s a shame they didn’t use your recipe. Monkey Bread probably goes great with coffee!

  7. Dan says:

    We have monkey bread all the time – that stuff is great!!!

  8. Friggin Loon says:

    What, no peanuts?

  9. Tony McGurk says:

    Monkey bread sounds nice. I would make sure I bought a brand new never used Bundt pan.
    Great toon, I really love the look on the face of the Bundt wearing Baboon, it’s a classic.

  10. I love this cartoon. I’m not sure why you didn’t make it in the book you mention because you had me laughing.

    I’ll show my wife this recipe. She’s a fanatic with that kind of stuff.

  11. Love the recipe It’s too bad it didn’t go into the book. I check out Skapula sp? and I really like today’s it is reminiscent of growing up. Tried checkingout legend of bill and got 503’d.

  12. Bo Lumpkin says:

    If this comic and this recipe didn’t make it… it must be one heckuva cook book. So it’s not a butt pan…no wonder my monkey bread has been tastin’ a little funny.

    • Bearman says:

      It’s not a bed pan either but I am sure after you kept leaking through the whole in the pan you probably already figured that out.

  13. George says:

    I’m glad to know that I can still order one of these. I had almost forgotten all about it. I need to get one. From what I’ve seen, they look awesome!

  14. Nate Fakes says:

    Mmm…Monkey Bread is delicious!

    I’ve now decided I am starting up a book budget. There is too much stuff that I’ve yet to purchase.

  15. Ha ha, nice one.
    I’ll suggest the book to a few friends, though they’d probably have to order it from america

  16. bschooled says:

    I actually might have to try making this. Can you substitute KFC biscuits for the refrigerated ones?

  17. FJ says:

    I think someone mention these as being babboons, but the blue on the muzzle makes this a mandrill. Sorry, it’s the biologist in me. Just make sure no one is throwing feces during the prep. Sounds good though.

  18. Corve says:

    You will be in it on the next publication. I liked this entry. Remember me when you’re big 🙂

    Great work.

  19. Mary says:

    I’ve had monkey bread…it’s yummy! Your art is so cool…monkey butts and all 😀

  20. lisleman says:

    We brought a monkey bread mix once – it tasted too sweet and artificial. Coming from a box was probably the problem.

  21. I was hoping the monkey bread recipe included actual monkey as an ingredient because I have monkey in the refrigerator, and it will probably go to waste if I don’t use it in the next day.

  22. Dr. Cynicism says:

    Funny, informational, AND meeting a basic human need – you’ve outdone yourself Bearman.

  23. oh look at you. always the advocate for good causes.

    but forreals, i hate bundt pans. so useless.

  24. MJ says:

    Ha,ha,ha, A Bundt Pan! Good stuff!

  25. Jande says:

    That looks pretty tasty! (except for the Baboon Butts!) I just love the little guy in the lower left corner. He’d make a great plushy!

  26. Oh!That’s really a funny cartoon here.I am glad to watch it.

  27. I find baboons extremely disturbing. I’m quite sure I’ll never be able to look at monkey bread the same way. I landed here via Ahmnodt Heare. Happy to have found you.

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