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NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER • 80 recipes inspired by the magical world of Dungeons &; Dragons “Ready a tall tankard of mead and brace yourself for a culinary journey to match any quest!”—Tom Morello, Rage Against the Machine  From the D&D experts behind Dungeons & Dragons Art & Arcana comes a cookbook that invites fantasy lovers to celebrate the unique culinary creations and t NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER • 80 recipes inspired by the magical world of Dungeons &; Dragons “Ready a tall tankard of mead and brace yourself for a culinary journey to match any quest!”—Tom Morello, Rage Against the Machine  From the D&D experts behind Dungeons & Dragons Art & Arcana comes a cookbook that invites fantasy lovers to celebrate the unique culinary creations and traditions of their favorite fictional cultures. With this book, you can prepare dishes delicate enough to dine like elves and their drow cousins or hearty enough to feast like a dwarven clan or an orcish horde. All eighty dishes—developed by a professional chef—are delicious, easy to prepare, and composed of wholesome ingredients readily found in our world. Heroes’ Feast includes recipes for snacking, such as Elven Bread, Iron Rations, savory Hand Pies, and Orc Bacon, as well as hearty vegetarian, meaty, and fish mains, such as Amphail Braised Beef, Hommlet Golden Brown Roasted Turkey, Drow Mushroom Steaks, and Pan-Fried Knucklehead Trout—all which pair perfectly with a side of Otik’s famous fried spiced potatoes. There are also featured desserts and cocktails—such as Heartlands Rose Apple and Blackberry Pie, Trolltide Candied Apples, Evermead, Potion of Restoration, and Goodberry Blend—and everything in between, to satisfy a craving for any adventure.


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NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER • 80 recipes inspired by the magical world of Dungeons &; Dragons “Ready a tall tankard of mead and brace yourself for a culinary journey to match any quest!”—Tom Morello, Rage Against the Machine  From the D&D experts behind Dungeons & Dragons Art & Arcana comes a cookbook that invites fantasy lovers to celebrate the unique culinary creations and t NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER • 80 recipes inspired by the magical world of Dungeons &; Dragons “Ready a tall tankard of mead and brace yourself for a culinary journey to match any quest!”—Tom Morello, Rage Against the Machine  From the D&D experts behind Dungeons & Dragons Art & Arcana comes a cookbook that invites fantasy lovers to celebrate the unique culinary creations and traditions of their favorite fictional cultures. With this book, you can prepare dishes delicate enough to dine like elves and their drow cousins or hearty enough to feast like a dwarven clan or an orcish horde. All eighty dishes—developed by a professional chef—are delicious, easy to prepare, and composed of wholesome ingredients readily found in our world. Heroes’ Feast includes recipes for snacking, such as Elven Bread, Iron Rations, savory Hand Pies, and Orc Bacon, as well as hearty vegetarian, meaty, and fish mains, such as Amphail Braised Beef, Hommlet Golden Brown Roasted Turkey, Drow Mushroom Steaks, and Pan-Fried Knucklehead Trout—all which pair perfectly with a side of Otik’s famous fried spiced potatoes. There are also featured desserts and cocktails—such as Heartlands Rose Apple and Blackberry Pie, Trolltide Candied Apples, Evermead, Potion of Restoration, and Goodberry Blend—and everything in between, to satisfy a craving for any adventure.

30 review for Heroes' Feast: The Official D&D Cookbook (Dungeons & Dragons)

  1. 5 out of 5

    Sherwood Smith

    If you have a gamer in your gift-exchange group, here's a great choice. It's a beautifully produced book, full of terrific art, and fun bits of lore for fantasy gamers, plus the recipes are real. I'm not much of a kitchen person, but I actually wanted to try a few of them. (Or even better, get a passing dwarf of elf to cook them for me!) It's an exquisite book, lovingly crafted. Copy provided by publisher If you have a gamer in your gift-exchange group, here's a great choice. It's a beautifully produced book, full of terrific art, and fun bits of lore for fantasy gamers, plus the recipes are real. I'm not much of a kitchen person, but I actually wanted to try a few of them. (Or even better, get a passing dwarf of elf to cook them for me!) It's an exquisite book, lovingly crafted. Copy provided by publisher

  2. 5 out of 5

    Douglas

    When I was growing up, playing Dungeons and Dragons was suspicious. It was the game of devil-worshippers and occultists that all good Baptist adolescents should avoid. Which I totally did if you're reading this review, Mom and Dad. Anyhow, forty years later Dungeons & Dragons has released a cookbook and the only way this product can be more mundane is if they release "Dungeons & Dragons Cereal - part of this nutritious breakfast!" It boggles the mind how far things have gone. The book is split in When I was growing up, playing Dungeons and Dragons was suspicious. It was the game of devil-worshippers and occultists that all good Baptist adolescents should avoid. Which I totally did if you're reading this review, Mom and Dad. Anyhow, forty years later Dungeons & Dragons has released a cookbook and the only way this product can be more mundane is if they release "Dungeons & Dragons Cereal - part of this nutritious breakfast!" It boggles the mind how far things have gone. The book is split into different sections, including recipes by race including Humans, Elves, Dwarves, Halflings, and Other - the last being all the various weird species in this fantasy world - as well as a section on mixing tavern drinks. The description of the various dishes is written as if describing how the different peoples enjoy their meals and how this or that recipe demonstrates that aspect. This can be fun if you are playing a game, but perhaps a bit unnecessary if one just wants to try their recipe for onion rings (which according to this book is a favorite of dwarves. Who knew?) The recipes themselves are good and workable. I am halfway pleased that so many feature leeks which I admit is one of my favorite vegetables due to its amazingly wonderful aroma, however due to onion allergies we don't cook with them so the recipe becomes a slight tease. No leeks for you old man! Anyhow, I have found on a couple it's best to cut the salt. At least one in particular used a lot and we spent a lot of time drinking afterwards. The illustrations of the food are well-presented, in some cases doing their best to keep in the fantasy theme. There are a lot of inn-type backgrounds for humans, forest or garden for elves, rocks for dwarves, homey backgrounds for halflings, etc. At least they ran with the theme which I guess they need in order for it to be a D&D cookbook. There's some good technique in the book but little instruction behind the technique which I would imagine to be a good idea given much of my DnD days involved healthy meals of bags of chips and 64oz. cups of soda. A little more explanation of why we might be doing could go a long way. However, if you're merely competent in the kitchen and are looking for some interesting foods, this book will do.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Chris

    I'm going to break with tradition here: The recipes in this book (with the exception of two of them) were written by Adam Ried (known to many for his appearances on American's Test Kitchen, and for his column which ran in the Boston Globe Magazine for many years). I was given a copy of the hard cover version of this book by Adam. He didn't give it to me to review, he just gave it to me because I've known him for years and he knows I love his recipes. But for the purposes of full disclosure, I wa I'm going to break with tradition here: The recipes in this book (with the exception of two of them) were written by Adam Ried (known to many for his appearances on American's Test Kitchen, and for his column which ran in the Boston Globe Magazine for many years). I was given a copy of the hard cover version of this book by Adam. He didn't give it to me to review, he just gave it to me because I've known him for years and he knows I love his recipes. But for the purposes of full disclosure, I want to explain how I came by a copy. So, the book has three elements to it: The visual style and artwork, the writing by the authors, and then the recipes themselves. The visual style and artwork are (in my opinion) perfect, they exactly match what you'd expect from a D&D manual. You could slot the book in amongst your existing source books and it would fit in perfectly. The art is lovely, and high quality. The paper stock is thick, glossy and magnificent. The writing is a charming examination of the different races one might find in the average D&D world (or source book) and the various types of cuisine they might enjoy. The recipes however, are the main reason I love the book. As I said above, I've followed Adam's work for years, I enjoy his writing and his cooking, and anytime he shares either a recipe, or just something he himself made I learn something. This book contains 73 of his recipes (I believe he said 73). They cover a wide variety of styles and range from full meals and showpiece dishes to smaller fair and snacks. The recipes are broken up into sections intended to represent the foods of the different racial groupings with heartier things like stews and breads ending up in the Dwarven section, while lighter things like salads and fish ending up in the Elven one. So, the theme and visual presentation are well done and are sure to bring a smile to your favorite D&D fan, (or table-top RPG fans in general). The recipes are awesome. Highly recommended. Disclaimer: I was given a copy of the hard cover version of this book by Adam, he didn't expect anything in return, but I'm reviewing it anyway because I liked it.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Cori

    Themed cookbooks are getting increasingly popular, and some are definitely better than others in appearance and recipe quality. In terms of themed cookbooks, this one was actually pretty great! Many of the recipes are wonderful, although some can come out salty, so maybe salt to taste a bit more than usual. Also, some of the ingredients maybe somewhat challenging to find based on your region, particularly some of the cheeses and seafood stock. But no worries! There are still plenty of straightfo Themed cookbooks are getting increasingly popular, and some are definitely better than others in appearance and recipe quality. In terms of themed cookbooks, this one was actually pretty great! Many of the recipes are wonderful, although some can come out salty, so maybe salt to taste a bit more than usual. Also, some of the ingredients maybe somewhat challenging to find based on your region, particularly some of the cheeses and seafood stock. But no worries! There are still plenty of straightforward recipes anyone can make. And the photography is fantastic, as well as the artwork! That sold it for me. If you have a hardcore RPG-er in your life, this is a fantastic collectible to gift them. I'd rate this a G.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Redfeather

    I've made 6 things from this book already and love all of them. Plus it's a beautiful book. I love the pictures, the layout and the names. I've made 6 things from this book already and love all of them. Plus it's a beautiful book. I love the pictures, the layout and the names.

  6. 5 out of 5

    C.J. Alred

    Mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm those delzoun tide-me-overs are first on my list

  7. 5 out of 5

    Robert

    The recopies themselves are ok, but there is far to much filler material delving into backstory and minutia that adds nothing to the cooking or the reading.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Rachael

    I wish it had cook times listed and more pictures of the finished food. I honestly don't have a visual reference for some of the recipes and because they have high fantasy names, I'm kinda boned at guessing. I wish it had cook times listed and more pictures of the finished food. I honestly don't have a visual reference for some of the recipes and because they have high fantasy names, I'm kinda boned at guessing.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Aja: The Narcoleptic Ninja

    I got this book as a birthday present and I am super excited to try a lot of these recipes. Originally, there was a slight concern that the bulk of the book would be stews and bread, but there's actually a really nice variety here. In addition, the book comes with a bunch of handy notes about substitutions, etc. in case all the necessary ingredients aren't handy to you. My biggest issue with this book, and the reason it lost a star from me, is the lack of pictures. There's a ton of great art in I got this book as a birthday present and I am super excited to try a lot of these recipes. Originally, there was a slight concern that the bulk of the book would be stews and bread, but there's actually a really nice variety here. In addition, the book comes with a bunch of handy notes about substitutions, etc. in case all the necessary ingredients aren't handy to you. My biggest issue with this book, and the reason it lost a star from me, is the lack of pictures. There's a ton of great art in the book, but many of the recipes lack a picture of the finished product which would have been nice to have included. Overall, I'm very excited about this book and I look forward to trying some of these recipes soon.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Steven

    Intriguing and fun recipe book that literally puts more flavor into your roleplaying game or adds gamer lore into your kitchen. Some very good recipes herein along with fun bits of game lore and personality. My only complaint was the formatting and graphics didn't come through clearly on two different Kindles, leading to muddy or confusing reading at times. Still, one expects final publication products will have fixed these tech issues. Intriguing and fun recipe book that literally puts more flavor into your roleplaying game or adds gamer lore into your kitchen. Some very good recipes herein along with fun bits of game lore and personality. My only complaint was the formatting and graphics didn't come through clearly on two different Kindles, leading to muddy or confusing reading at times. Still, one expects final publication products will have fixed these tech issues.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Linda A.

    The art is absolutely wonderful! I love the menus with the gaming prices on them. It's nice that some vegetarian recipes are included. Also meat substitutions are handy in case your party is wandering through an area where salmon are nonexistent or your grocery store doesn't carry venison. The instructions at the end about how to get creative with the recipes is useful. You do really have to know your stuff about D&D in order to understand some of the text explaining where the various recipes ca The art is absolutely wonderful! I love the menus with the gaming prices on them. It's nice that some vegetarian recipes are included. Also meat substitutions are handy in case your party is wandering through an area where salmon are nonexistent or your grocery store doesn't carry venison. The instructions at the end about how to get creative with the recipes is useful. You do really have to know your stuff about D&D in order to understand some of the text explaining where the various recipes came from. The only thing I found really difficult was the size of the text. It's a bit small to read while trying to work in a kitchen. All in all, well worth the money.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Beth

    Fantastic and fun, this cookbook features recipes created from Dungeons & Dragons using modern ingredients and cooking methods. I made the Halfling Sweet Nibblers (cookies) and they were delicious!

  13. 4 out of 5

    Kenya Starflight

    The minute I saw this gorgeous-looking, delightfully geeky cookbook, I knew I had to give it a look. Even if I never made any of the recipes in said cookbook, it would be fun to drool over the recipes, and to see how the creators brought to life various foods from the worlds of D&D or adjusted real-world recipes to fit the world. And I have to say that they did a fantastic job -- this cookbook will please adventurers and chefs alike, with plenty of culinary tidbits about the various D&D peoples The minute I saw this gorgeous-looking, delightfully geeky cookbook, I knew I had to give it a look. Even if I never made any of the recipes in said cookbook, it would be fun to drool over the recipes, and to see how the creators brought to life various foods from the worlds of D&D or adjusted real-world recipes to fit the world. And I have to say that they did a fantastic job -- this cookbook will please adventurers and chefs alike, with plenty of culinary tidbits about the various D&D peoples and a variety of recipes to please just about any pallet. The recipes in this book aren't divided by food type -- most cookbooks I've encountered divide dishes in the usual categories of appetizers, salads, breads, main dishes, desserts, drinks, etc. Instead the book has five sections, each dedicated to the playable peoples of D&D -- humans, elves, dwarves, halflings, and a miscellaneous section for other races (dragonkin, tieflings, orcs, aasimar, etc.) -- with a sixth section for drinks and cocktails. And among the recipes are gorgeous photos that not only showcase the food in mouthwatering detail but are decorated with props and weapons to look like they emerged directly from one's D&D campaign. There's also a selection of artwork and flavor text from other novels and sourcebooks, information on the culinary habits of the various races, and ideas for incorporating food in your D&D campaign (chief among them the advice to eat your big meal before or after your campaign, to avoid having to fish a die out of the fondue pot or a similar mishap...). The recipes themselves seem to call for some fancier ingredients than I normally cook with, but hopefully one can substitute something similar but slightly less expensive without altering the recipes. And some of the recipes are real-world dishes under different names (elven cherrybread is basically fruitcake, miner's pie is shepherd's pie, hogs in bedrolls are pigs-in-a-blanket, etc.). But that doesn't mean the dishes themselves aren't delicious, and none of them look overly complex to assemble or cook. And in all honesty, I can't wait to try a colorful Woodelf Salad (complete with edible flowers!), a mug of Evermead, some spicy Tiefling kebobs, or a piping-hot handpie. If you like Dungeons and Dragons, cooking, or both, this book is for you. And it makes a great gift for a loved one who enjoys role-playing games and good food... and who doesn't enjoy good food?

  14. 4 out of 5

    Shannon Clark

    Every cookbook these days has plenty of stories and anecdotes. This one just draws upon decades of D&D lore. Not a cookbook for every day cooking but besides the great illustrations and lore the recipes themselves are very well written. Solid, detailed instructions with helpful tips and techniques highlighted as well as in most cases offering up great alternatives and substitutions. While most of the savory recipes in this book are for omnivores the book includes multiple recipes for vegetarians Every cookbook these days has plenty of stories and anecdotes. This one just draws upon decades of D&D lore. Not a cookbook for every day cooking but besides the great illustrations and lore the recipes themselves are very well written. Solid, detailed instructions with helpful tips and techniques highlighted as well as in most cases offering up great alternatives and substitutions. While most of the savory recipes in this book are for omnivores the book includes multiple recipes for vegetarians. I haven’t yet cooked any of the recipes, and more than a few will probably have to wait until I can once again host people in my home. But until then there are a bunch of recipes I will try to make soon for my wife (who eats chicken but not pork or lamb or beef etc). However having more than a few (indeed quite a lot actually) recipes that I would like to cook and cook soon is a sign of a successful and useful cookbook

  15. 4 out of 5

    Andrea O'Brien

    I think this is the best cookbook I have ever read! Actually I think that this is the only cookbook I have ever read to cover to cover. 1. I am super excited to try a lot of these recipes. It was really interesting to read them and see which races my food tastes line up. I am an odd mix of halfling and elf. Most of the recipes are user friendly and the ingredients are fairly common (important to me since I live in an isolated area). The D&D flavoured introductions to each recipe really made this I think this is the best cookbook I have ever read! Actually I think that this is the only cookbook I have ever read to cover to cover. 1. I am super excited to try a lot of these recipes. It was really interesting to read them and see which races my food tastes line up. I am an odd mix of halfling and elf. Most of the recipes are user friendly and the ingredients are fairly common (important to me since I live in an isolated area). The D&D flavoured introductions to each recipe really made this a great cookbook. It tied it into the theme so nicely and made me really happy. 2. I LOVED the flavour text about each races foodways prior to their recipe chapters. I teach about the cultural importance of food in some of my classes so I actually found this really fun. The entries, for me, added a depth to the races and sent new character ideas tumbling through my head. I really cannot express how much I thoroughly enjoyed this.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Carly

    The best part about this cookbook is the drinks or ‘potions’ at the end! They are absolutely delicious. We made The Mindflayer and the Potion of Resoration. I almost wish this was just a cocktail book! The recipes are fairly basic and not too inventive in themselves— the joy of the book comes from the DND world, not the actual recipes. The cookbook is divided into sections: Human Cuisine, Elven Cuisine, Halfling Cuisine, and Uncommon Cuisine. I also enjoyed the ‘Hero’s Feast’ they put together f The best part about this cookbook is the drinks or ‘potions’ at the end! They are absolutely delicious. We made The Mindflayer and the Potion of Resoration. I almost wish this was just a cocktail book! The recipes are fairly basic and not too inventive in themselves— the joy of the book comes from the DND world, not the actual recipes. The cookbook is divided into sections: Human Cuisine, Elven Cuisine, Halfling Cuisine, and Uncommon Cuisine. I also enjoyed the ‘Hero’s Feast’ they put together for each DND race. Easter eggs are bountiful... there are menus for famous DND establishments between sections. Finally— there are some nice vegetarian options (most of them in Elven cuisine), but several can be easily adapted. Not a lot in here for gluten-free or vegan folks... except the cocktails which are delicious.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Rachel

    I read a lot of cookbooks and usually don't ever get around to actually trying any of the recipes, but we ended up making 4 different recipes from Heroes' Feast before I returned it to the library. Not only was everything delicious but it was an entertaining read. The recipes are divided according to which race inspired the dish, including main sections for humans, dwarves, elves, and halflings, plus miscellaneous rarer races. Each chapter gives background on the races' habits and cultures inclu I read a lot of cookbooks and usually don't ever get around to actually trying any of the recipes, but we ended up making 4 different recipes from Heroes' Feast before I returned it to the library. Not only was everything delicious but it was an entertaining read. The recipes are divided according to which race inspired the dish, including main sections for humans, dwarves, elves, and halflings, plus miscellaneous rarer races. Each chapter gives background on the races' habits and cultures including how that influences their recipes. Also included are ideas for integrating the recipes into your game sessions, menus for well-known taverns in various Dungeons and Dragons settings, magical cooking tips, and special fantasy ingredients/ substitutions.

  18. 5 out of 5

    BookTrib.com

    Taking hours of careful planning to execute and featuring intricate storylines, the game itself may exist in the minds of its players, but it’s hardly a surprise that the D&D world would seep into our realm on occasion. Sure, players don’t need to wear costumes or use props while playing, but the addition of such real-world elements makes the experience that much more fun. So, before you grab your 20-sided die and summon your dungeon master for that next campaign session, level up your gameplay Taking hours of careful planning to execute and featuring intricate storylines, the game itself may exist in the minds of its players, but it’s hardly a surprise that the D&D world would seep into our realm on occasion. Sure, players don’t need to wear costumes or use props while playing, but the addition of such real-world elements makes the experience that much more fun. So, before you grab your 20-sided die and summon your dungeon master for that next campaign session, level up your gameplay dishes with a recipe from HEROES' FEAST. Read our full review here: https://booktrib.com/2020/10/27/heroe...

  19. 5 out of 5

    Erika

    The best sections are Halfling recipes, the drinks, and then the Uncommon recipes in that order. I enjoyed the little bits of trivia sprinkled throughout (which I probably annoyed my dnd discord group by throwing out random tidbits). What I didn’t enjoy was the generalizations about the races. Come on, have you not learned how annoying this is by now? With the inclusion of a handful of qualifiers it could have been so much better. The recipes are overall probably about medium difficulty. They ar The best sections are Halfling recipes, the drinks, and then the Uncommon recipes in that order. I enjoyed the little bits of trivia sprinkled throughout (which I probably annoyed my dnd discord group by throwing out random tidbits). What I didn’t enjoy was the generalizations about the races. Come on, have you not learned how annoying this is by now? With the inclusion of a handful of qualifiers it could have been so much better. The recipes are overall probably about medium difficulty. They are not for beginners (bc of various equipment needed and special ingredients) but you don’t have to be a chef to make most of this stuff. I would like to get a hard copy for myself!

  20. 4 out of 5

    Oscar Cecena

    I've never been really interested in cooking, BUT when I got this book, I was super excited about cooking! Weird, I know... The recipes look tasty and not too difficult to prepare. And the lore around them is like that extra I needed to finally turn on the oven. Like, why prepare mulled wine if you can prepare Dwarven Mulled Wine? The cherry on top for me is the Yawning Portal menu. I've visited that tavern so many times in so many different adventures that makes me want to taste it all! Anyway, be I've never been really interested in cooking, BUT when I got this book, I was super excited about cooking! Weird, I know... The recipes look tasty and not too difficult to prepare. And the lore around them is like that extra I needed to finally turn on the oven. Like, why prepare mulled wine if you can prepare Dwarven Mulled Wine? The cherry on top for me is the Yawning Portal menu. I've visited that tavern so many times in so many different adventures that makes me want to taste it all! Anyway, best cooking book for a D&D fan!

  21. 4 out of 5

    Stephanie Miller

    Beautiful art and photography with drool worthy recipes that I can’t wait to try out. I highly recommend this gamers and cooks alike the recipes are clear and concise with notes and tips for the specific recipes. The recipes range from comfort food to party dishes with cocktails and beverages. I picked up my copy at my local game store and I hope you do too.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Quinn

    Haven’t made any of the recipes yet, but this book is really fun! I love the lore they provided for each recipe; it’s perfect for any fan of tabletop RPGs. The drawings and photos are gorgeous! Great work done by the art team. The instructions for each recipe seem very thorough so I think that will help when making the meals.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Carissa

    I love this so very much. Maybe it's the nostalgia, the love of the genre, the recipes themselves. Either way, I'm cooking my way through and highly recommend others do the same, especially if you like D&D, and even if you only like cookbooks based on foods found in fantasies. I love this so very much. Maybe it's the nostalgia, the love of the genre, the recipes themselves. Either way, I'm cooking my way through and highly recommend others do the same, especially if you like D&D, and even if you only like cookbooks based on foods found in fantasies.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Aveline Reynard

    This is an extremely charming cookbook with a lot of charm and really beautiful photography. We've tried several of the recipes already and they're very good - definitely worthwhile picking up if you're into D&D. This is an extremely charming cookbook with a lot of charm and really beautiful photography. We've tried several of the recipes already and they're very good - definitely worthwhile picking up if you're into D&D.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Hannah

    Such a fun recipe book! I hope to use this for birthday parties and potential D&D Campaigns because these recipes look delicious and fun. Elven, Dwarven, Halfling, Human, and more mythical races are all represented in the food and drinks. Makes me feel like I am in The Lord of the Rings.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Angela

    While I haven't read this book cover-to-cover (It is a cookbook, not a story book), I have cooked a couple of recipe's in it. They have come out really tasty (in my opinion), and I'm looking forward to making more recipes. While I haven't read this book cover-to-cover (It is a cookbook, not a story book), I have cooked a couple of recipe's in it. They have come out really tasty (in my opinion), and I'm looking forward to making more recipes.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Stacy Milacek

    Not only is this a fun book, but the recipes are great! I've already made several of them (one of them twice) and have a list of what I want to cook next. Now I just need to find another D&D group so I can start playing again. Not only is this a fun book, but the recipes are great! I've already made several of them (one of them twice) and have a list of what I want to cook next. Now I just need to find another D&D group so I can start playing again.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Justine Cucchi

    I'm going to make the Barovian Butterscotch Pudding for my session this Thursday, so fingers crossed it's good. I really liked this book in general, though, and plan to incorporate some of the recipes into my DMing. I'm going to make the Barovian Butterscotch Pudding for my session this Thursday, so fingers crossed it's good. I really liked this book in general, though, and plan to incorporate some of the recipes into my DMing.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Meghan Garvey

    The recipes all sound delicious, and I love the way it’s written. Plus the recipes’ difficulty ranges from beginner to expert which means you can work your way up to the harder things.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Heather Romanowski Book Realm Revisions, LLC

    I have made a bunch of recipes and they are tasty!!

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