The Geeky Chef Cookbook: Real-Life Recipes for Fantasy Foods
DescriptionYou've watched the TV shows and movies, played the video games, and read the books. Now it's time to level-up your geek factor...into the kitchen. From Game of Thrones, The Hunger Games, and Star Trek to Doctor Who, The Legend of Zelda, and World of Warcraft, The Geeky Chef compiles over 60 delectable, ethereal, and just plain odd--yet oddly delicious--recipes that you can re-create right in your own home. This smaller hardcover version of the original book has a new, fresh, modern design and includes 10 additional recipes from The Geeky Chef Strikes Back, making it the perfect gift for the geek in your life.
A self-proclaimed nerd with a fondness for cooking, author Cassandra Reeder, creator of The Geeky Chef blog, has thoroughly researched every dish to make the final product look and taste as close to the source material as possible. With easy-to-follow step-by-step instructions and fun themed photos, these simple recipes will soon have you unlocking achievements in the kitchen, no matter if you're cooking for yourself, a friend, or even a viewing party.
So if you've ever found yourself thirsting for Lon Lon Milk, drooling over Pumpkin Pasties, or being a tad bit curious about Cram, this cookbook is for you. Fantasy foods are fantasy no longer!
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About the Author
Cassandra Reeder is an avid home cook and lifetime geek. For almost a decade, she has been helping other geeks and nerds all over the world make their fictional food fantasies come true at www.geekychef.com. In 2014, she released The Geeky Chef Cookbook, which to her immense delight and gratitude, has been very well received. In 2017, she followed the success of that book with a sequel, The Geeky Chef Strikes Back, a collection of even more unofficial recipes from geek life, and in 2018, her collection of geeky cocktails and mocktails, The Geeky Chef Drinks, was published. Cassandra currently lives in Portland, Oregon.