This book is dedicated to aspiring chefs who are
tired of the basics.
This cookbook will provide you with more challenging recipes, which
will reward your efforts with superior food. Foods from different
Heritage Groups are represented in these pages; fine foods know
This book will be updated with exciting new finds!
CAROL'S CARROT SOUP
This savory soup calls for using a cooking pot on a fresh carrot.
Take the resulting carrot stock and use on milk to make the stock
rich and creamy; then use the rich carrot stock on cheese to get
that lovely cheese topping. Presto! A true delight.
KAKORI'S CARROT CAKE
Carrot cake is an easy and popular recipe. Kakori of Thistledown
produced this sensational version.
Use flour together with water to create dough, and then combine
dough with an egg to create batter.
Use the batter with more flour to create cake batter. Now we throw
in the not-so-secret special ingredient, by using the batter on
a carrot to create carrot cake batter. A baking pan is used last
to create a delicious carrot cake!
DANI THE CRAZED'S FAMOUS PIZZA
Dani the Crazed of Leafcull was the first to successfully introduce
this extra tasty, famous pizza.
First make some normal pizza, by using flour on water to make dough,
then using it on cheese. Then get some oregano and use it on the
pizza for that extra famous pizza flavor.
REGARDING HOT SAUCE AND CINNAMON
Some spices are available only in whole form, including hot peppers
and cinnamon. To get hot sauce, one must engage alchemy skills by
using a mortar and pestle to turn the hot pepper into hot sauce.
Cinnamon starts off as strange stick with a characteristic spicy
smell. A fletcher can skillfully use a whittling knife to strip
off sections of cinnamon bark. An alchemist with a mortar and pestle
can grind the bark into a fine powder that is ready for use in your
RASZAGAL AND TASSADAR'S HOT KIMCHI
This extra hot and memorable recipe was first introduced by the
formidable team of Raszagal and Tassadar of Morningthaw.
Use jar of brine on cabbage to make kimchi. Use hot sauce (see section
on Hot Sauce) on the kimchi to make the unforgettable Hot Kimchi.
FIREDEMON'S SPICED APPLE PIE
Firedemon of Thistledown produced this recipe for this worldwide
and popular favorite. The recipe is similar to plain apple pie.
Use flour on water to create dough. For the filling, however, use
cinnamon (see section on Cinnamon) with an apple to make that special
spiced apple filling. Then, the dough is used with the spiced apple
filling. The result: spiced apple pie.
BORTIN'S FRUITCAKE (SEASONAL)
Bortin from Frostfell introduced this impressive recipe for the
incredible inedible Fruitcake. The substrate for this frightening
delicacy, an aromatic brown lump, is said to be available only under
certain seasonal conditions from its host monster.
Directions: Use cinnamon (see section on Cinnamon) on the lump to
create a spiced lump. Use flour on the spiced lump to make spiced
lumpy flour; use that with an egg to create rich lumpy flour. Then
mix with red wine to produce fruitcake batter. Finally, use a baking
pan to bake the batter to create the legendary fruitcake. Then give
FOSTER'S FAVORITE: HOLTBURGERS
Foster, famed discoverer of what is now Neydisa Castle, is rumored
to have loved a certain beefy creation that he called a "Holtburger"
(presumably he found Holtburg more hospitable than Neydisa Castle).
To make this greasy delicacy, use a heavy grinder on a fresh steak
to produce ground meat. When combined with bread, the resulting
juicy Holtburger can be enjoyed with a number of alchemical oils.
Long ago in Ispar, a select group of antisocial and studious mages
were said to have created applesauce as a simple and easily consumed
food that would not take time away from their esoteric experiments.
Even now, the very phrase "Applesauce!" is said to light up the
eyes of some old Isparian magical scholars. To make applesauce,
simply use a heavy grinder on an apple. Cinnamon is optional but
EVERYONE LOVES ICE CREAM
Ice cream is a frozen novelty enjoyed by many. It requires special
ice and is notoriously difficult to make, but the cook who wishes
to please friends, patron, or monarch can find no better culinary
token of appreciation. Find a clean aggregate of ice, and apply
it to fresh milk to freeze the cream. Take the frozen cream and
mix with honey to create ice cream! Some add green tea before the
final step to produce a tasty and healthier variation; chocolate
is also a wonderful flavoring.
FESTIVE PUMPKIN SOUP AND PIE
The key to using pumpkin is to use a baking pan to cook it first.
Take the soft, cooked pumpkin and add milk to get a liquid pumpkin
mixture; add honey to get sweetened pumpkin. To this, add cinnamon
and the result is spiced pumpkin. At this stage, cooking in a cooking
pot yields a rich, sweet pumpkin soup. Or, add in eggs and then
use your finest dough to create a delicious pumpkin pie.