Can Angry Birds, the crazy-addictive game that challenges players to catapult furious fowl at structures containing egg-stealing swine, get any more popular? Answer: Yes. Now put your apron on.
Angry Birds is gettin' a cookbook. Read on for the egg-y details.
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Peter Vesterbacka, head of marketing and business development for Rovio, the company behind Angry Birds, has announced that the company will self-publish an Angry Birds cookbook targeted at families, Mashable reports. The cookbook will include mostly egg-based recipes (what, no pork?) and will be available in print form and as an e-book app.
Vesterbacka also pointed out that at Angry Birds is about to clock 1.2 billion hours of usage in the U.S., which is more than the time we Americans watch TV.
Yipes. And we were planning on making egg casserole tonight.