This fall, gamers will be able to get your mitts on the official World of Warcraft cookbook from Simon & Schuster. Written by Chelsea Monroe-Cassel, the book features real world interpretations of food that players might see in the game.
We love seeing weird foods around here, even if we are too squeamish to eat most of them. If you are a fan of weird food and Pokémon, we have a book that you will want to put on your Christmas list this year.
Walter and Jesse loved to cook. You love to cook. Hopefully you leave the meth to them and stick to the baked goods. Well Breaking Bad fans, this cookbook will combine your love of baking with your love of the recently concluded hit show.
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.
There’s more to being a chef than just searing or frying stuff up. A large part of the entire process is the preparation, and if you mess that part up, then you’ve effectively messed up the entire dish.
I don’t mind cooking so much when I have time, it’s rather enjoyable but I definitely need to follow a recipe. I can’t just walk into the kitchen and throw things in the pan and make it taste good, I have to have specific instructions.
If you read this site regularly, you know we’re fans of both Doctor Who and geeky foods. So when author Chris-Rachael Oseland tipped me off to her new Doctor Who fan cookbook, I had to crack open the cover to see what was inside.
Cooking isn’t and has never been one of my strengths. But since it’s incredibly wasteful and unhealthy to keep getting takeout or ordering for a delivery, I’ve since resorted to steaming most of my meals. It’s healthier although a bit bland, but at least I save a lot of time when it comes to preparation because there’s so little things to do for it.