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A Very Kardashian Cookbook Now Available for Pre-Order on Amazon

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Have you been keeping up the the Kardashians? Be honest. If you have, you might already know that momager Kris Jenner is releasing a cookbook that no one ever knew they wanted and it's full of family favorites. Because, you know, she's apparently a cook now too. Or at least the cover, where she has a knife in one of her hands and a bell pepper in the other, would suggest that.

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Have you ever wondered what Kim K. liked to eat as a kid? What about the third gen of KUWTK stars? Well, the good news is you no longer have to wonder, thanks to Kris Jenner's willingness to expose every detail of the Kardashian family for a profit. That is assuming that these recipes really have anything to do with the family at all or were ever even prepared by Kris Jenner.

You can pre-order your copy of In the Kitchen with Kris: A Kollection of Kardashian-Jenner Family Favorites. If the word "kollection" doesn't make you shudder, the low, low $19.25 price should be a kake walk. The only downside is you'll have to wait until October 21 to get your kopy.

In terms of recipes, so far it seems that there might be some sort of pasta and veggie dish and a grilled cheese sandwich, but we'll have to wait until October to see what else the first family of reality TV allegedly eats.

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