So you’re engrossed in a game of Settlers of Catan and don’t want to leave the game board to grab something to eat. What will you do? You could call for a delivery order, or you could eat something much more appropriate, courtesy of the geektastic cuisine of Chris-Rachael Oseland.
Her new book, Wood for Sheep offers tasty recipes for Settlers from all walks of life.
The book includes over 100 recipes designed for hexagonal service, including many for vegetarians, vegans, gluten free diets, lactose intolerants, and low-carb eaters. Inside, you’ll find full meals and snacks for hungry board gamers.
The book offers two main sections – one focused on edible, configurable food maps, the second one focused on recipes with sheep and grain as well as clever uses of wood, brick and ore.
I don’t know about you, but food just looks so much better crammed into hexagons.