Heroes’ Feast: The Official Dungeons & Dragons Cookbook Review from @kleffnotes

Heroes’ Feast: The Official Dungeons & Dragons Cookbook is here to bring fantasy to your kitchen. By Kyle Newman, Mike Witwer, and Jon Peterson this is a cookbook perfect for solo adventurers or your entire party, which really means no matter what you are looking to cook you can find the perfect thing. Done your aprons and prepare to create new and tasty treats from the fictional cultures you love.

With 80 recipes this book provides fans of D&D with the option to prepare dishes that would be perfect for elves, dwarves, and even orcs. While you might think that these recipes will be difficult or you might not be able to find all of the ingredients as it is focused on fantasy, never fear. Recipes were developed by a professional chef in one of the country’s top test kitchens. there are full meals, snacks, even desserts and cocktails.

I personally am always a fan of pie based recipes and I think that I will want to give the Hand Pies a try. Though I will have to make some tweaks as I don’t eat meat, though I am a fan of a potato heavy food so maybe I’ll just double that up. I also though Vedbread sounded pretty delicious, especially with cheese involved. There is also a recipe for Black Pudding that has me very curious. For drinks the Evermead sounds particularly tasty and so does the Hot Spiced Cider, though this might be my desire for Fall to be here talking. If any of these sound as delicious to you as they do to me this is a book you should add to your collection. You can pre-order your copy of Heroes’ Feast today.

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