Atheists aren’t all that bad. I hang out regularly with several. They’re civilly good people. Contrary to some myths, they don’t eat children.
I usually agree with Paul Manata, but in this case I must demur. His view of godless cuisine is far too trusting.
To begin with, while evolutionary ingroup/outgroup dynamics might well mean a hungry atheist would be averse to consuming his children, he might well eat your children–especially in the proverbial lifeboat situation.
As for civil goodness, that’s just the gingerbread house which the witchy infidel uses to lure unsuspecting boys and girls into the kitchen. Once the door shuts behind them, it’s curtains for the poor little tykes.
Paul wouldn’t be in a position to know about godless cuisine since infidels only serve kiddy potpie and whippersnapper ragoût to fellow infidels.