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thecollage
12-07-08, 01:37 AM
I am writing a D&D Cookbook. If any of you have recipes you would like to contribute please forward to me via private message.

thecollage
12-07-08, 01:40 AM
if you should have any suggestions or comments please continue the dialog in here.

skaught
12-07-08, 01:41 AM
Uhh... whats a D&D cookbook?

thecollage
12-07-08, 01:46 AM
A cookbook with your favorite D&D Recipes.

skaught
12-07-08, 11:56 AM
Yeah I gathered that... what uhh, kind of food would be considered D&D food?

thecollage
12-08-08, 10:17 PM
Yeah I gathered that... what uhh, kind of food would be considered D&D food?

Food that is from D&D adventures or movies, etc.

skaught
12-08-08, 10:18 PM
How about grilled orc with taters and stew.

draqon
12-08-08, 10:20 PM
...boiled creeps...
with 1 gallon of blood slowly mixed...
for 10 hours straight
add 30 lead bullets and deep fry for 3 more hours
in a sealed room

for a delicious pie.

shorty_37
12-09-08, 08:59 AM
Make sure you include....

Geek Stew
Nerd Meatloaf with tasty taters.

NightFall
12-12-08, 12:19 AM
oooooo i did this with Wow food once. I even labeled it all with item tags. we had kickin chimerak chops (pork loin) and delicious cave mold (spinach) and sporeling snacks (green maraschino cherries soaked in rum on a toothpick). so fun!

Pandaemoni
12-12-08, 07:40 AM
I was unaware there was special D&D food. The only one I can think of is the elven bread from Lord of the Rings, otherwise it's "mutton", "meade", "grog", "ale", "venison", and other things people imagine medieval types eating and drinking.

EntropyAlwaysWins
12-12-08, 08:55 AM
Are you proposing to actually make and eat these things or just collect the recipes?

lixluke
12-15-08, 10:59 PM
I just downloaded all the 4th editon materials. It's kewl. They are releasing the manual of the planes this month. Looking forward to that one.

darksidZz
12-20-08, 08:35 AM
Cat, Dog, Rabbit

EdgeHead
03-18-09, 12:25 PM
I actually like the idea of a D&D ale. If someone who microbews had the energy, he or she could come up with some new custom ales to support this.

domesticated om
03-18-09, 10:05 PM
I always wondered what exactly was in "Otik's spiced potatoes"

codanblad
04-06-09, 07:54 AM
i drank a shitload of healing potions, that was pretty much all my party every consumed. except for viconia. if i played my cards right, she ate sausage and veg, all covered in elf gravy.

Orleander
04-06-09, 11:52 AM
I am writing a D&D Cookbook. If any of you have recipes you would like to contribute please forward to me via private message.

so, hows the cookbook coming along?

spidergoat
04-06-09, 12:05 PM
A collection of medieval recipes . (http://www.godecookery.com/goderec/goderec.htm)

This might be helpful, they didn't use many dairy products, since they didn't have refrigeration, so they used almond milk (like soy milk). They also didn't have the same variety of spices we enjoy now.

MacGyver1968
04-06-09, 02:47 PM
I had a d&d character that was a chef. He carried a morningstar as a weapon, that was actually a giant meat tenderizer.

skaught
04-06-09, 11:32 PM
sauted orc testicles.

skaught
04-06-09, 11:34 PM
deep broiled dragon rectum.

Elf ovaries with troll sperm spread on a piece of hobbits tongue.

skaught
04-06-09, 11:35 PM
troglodyte liver pâté.

Orleander
04-07-09, 02:38 PM
I read that in the Middle Ages only uncivilized people ate their food raw, like animals. This was even for fruit and veggies.

and lots of sauces to cover the taste of meat turning bad.

spidergoat
04-07-09, 03:41 PM
Yeah, they did have fire. They also liked to age meats before cooking. They would typically hang a duck by it's neck until it rotted enough to fall off, then it was ready for cooking.

Orleander
04-07-09, 05:42 PM
well, its still done. Its called dry aged meat. Nice and tenderized.

Exterminate!!!
04-07-09, 06:01 PM
I was playing D&D once, had a pet llama.

My bastard friends ate it alone.

:bawl:MR BEANS WHY DID YOU NOT RUN!!! JUST ROLL THE F****** DIE!