When I first started to work on the first World of Warcraft cookbook, I was astounded by the sheer number of dishes from which to choose. I had a whole long list of food and drink that didn’t fit in that first book, so when the opportunity to once more visit Azeroth, I jumped at the chance!
About the Book
Unlike the first WoW cookbook, this one is in-world, meaning that it is meant to be savored and appreciated as though it were a cookbook you might pick up in the game as part of one of your quests. As such, it’s penned by none other than the (in)famous Pandaren chef Nomi.
Now, I know what you might be thinking… Nomi has been renowned in the past for burning ingredients while trying to cook. But everyone starts their culinary journey somewhere, and he’s learned a lot since he was a cub in Pandaria!
The collection includes recipes from across Azeroth, even, delightfully, from the newest Shadowlands expansion. It’s organized by region, from the Outlands to Pandaria, so you can sample the regional cuisine of all your favorite locales. All in all, there are around 70 new recipes that will continue to bring the World of Warcraft to your dinner table.
For a look at what goes into one of these cookbooks, take a look at the breakdown of the first WoW cookbook.
The book will be released into the wild in May 2021, but you can now preorder:
My Favorite Recipes:
Darkmoon Doughnuts, Wild Berry Bread, Shadeberry Shandy, Fried Cheese Dumplings, and Sea Salt Java
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