Just finished the Artist's & Writer's Cookbook, a lovely tome from Kudzu's collection with recipes from such notables as Man Ray, Jean Tinguely, Edgard Varese, Isak Dinesen, Marcel Duchamp and many others. This one, by Mark Tobey, caught my eye for tonight.
Recipe for a Dish of Nothing:
On a fireless stove and in a state of complete abstraction, place in a well-ungreased pan about two bales of Forest Silence. Remain motionless about 15 minutes. At the boiling point, remove and serve.