Don’t Worry, Be Ha-PEA: 101 Deliciously Clever Food Puns by Marie Saba

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Butter Not Pout: This Collection of Clever Food Puns From Marie Saba Is Perfect for Holiday Wish Lists

Don’t Worry, Be Ha-PEA: 101 Deliciously Clever Food Puns, a collection of funny, family-friendly wordplay from cookbook author and social media sensation Marie Saba, is the perfect present for the holidays. The ideal gift for home cooks, foodies, and anyone who doesn’t need another necktie or body spray bottle; Don’t Worry, Be Ha-PEA includes delightful visual puzzles that are as intriguing as they are delicious.

Seven categories make up Don’t Worry, Be Ha-PEA, which allows readers to test their knowledge of a variety of topics, including pop culture (think of Celine Dijon and Robert Brownie, Jr.), landmarks (like St. Peter’s Basilica), cartoon characters (like Elmer Fudge), and more. Saba’s puns are humorous and lighthearted, and they are meant to provoke thought, connection, and amusement that will leave readers wanting more.

Don’t Worry, Be Ha-PEA reminds us all that we can find humor in the most unlikely of places—the back of the pantry or the bottom of the veggie drawer. It’s just the book we need right now.Marie Saba

Don’t Worry, Be Ha-PEA: 101 Deliciously Clever Food Puns is now available—check with your local bookstore or pick it up from Amazon, Target, Barnes & Nobel, or wherever you get your books.

About Marie Saba

Marie SabaFormer attorney Marie Saba now works as a freelance content producer. Numerous publications, such as Bon Appetit and Food & Wine, as well as The Rachel Ray Show and Martha Stewart Show, have featured her whimsical creations. John, Marie’s husband, and their two kids, Jack and Elaine, reside in Austin, Texas. Marie was just listed as one of the top 100 creative persons in the nation by Country Living Magazine.

You can follow Marie on Instagram: @MarieSaba; TikTok: @MariesKitchenTikTok; and YouTube: Marie’s Kitchen.

Author

  • First and foremost, Kev is a dad to three wonderful children. He's also an uber Kevin Smith fan (all Smith's movies are worth a watch, even 'Yoga Hosers') who has cried during Kermit's monologue in 'The Muppets' and once owned two VHS copies 'Spice World'. He loves all pop culture, particularly the Berlantiverse (because 'Arrow' hasn't been the face of those CW shows for years), the MCU, and Star Wars. The Evil Dead franchise is his favorite horror franchise, though the original 'Scream' is his favorite scary movie. He bleeds Eagle's green in the (suburbs of the) greatest city on Earth, Philadelphia. Go Birds!