The details are all found on the GitHub page itself.
Cooked Rabbit is a simple RabbitMQ wrapper for dealing with channels and connection headaches. It also shows you the natural evolution to common everyday problems with RabbitMQ implementations and how to avoid them.
Everything begins with the Demo client demonstrating MemoryLeaks. Storing IModels (RabbitMQ term for Channels) in container objects makes code prone to memory leaks, thus it is good to see how not to do things as well as how I do it. The examples in the CookedRabbit.Demo demonstrate very rudimentary usages of RabbitMQ. It's not supposed to be rocket science. The library is the simplification, removal, and abstraction of common usage code when wrapping RabbitMQ DotNetClient. It continues to add complexity and simplification at the same time in the RabbitBus & RabbitService.
Inspired to write my own much dumber RabbitMQ wrapper than RawRabbit (https://github.com/pardahlman/RawRabbit). The longterm goal is to be short and sweet, nothing more and nothing less. If you need a more thorough/advanced solution, I highly recommend checking out RawRabbit or EastyNetQ.