There are about 200 recipes and in , for spider kabobs and roasted kodo meat and crocolisk steaks—everyday dishes in Azeroth, but not something you’ll find at the local grocery store. Within WoW, though, they feel very real. After more than 10 years, millions of WoW players have fond memories of these foods, the quests they come from and the detail they add to the game world. Surely some of WoW’s fans would want to take their love of the game into their real kitchens, and so Blizzard’s book publisher came to writer and food blogger Chelsea Monroe-Cassel with a challenge: turn weird recipes like dirge’s kickin‘ chimaerok chops into reality. Naturally, she started playing WoW.
The WoW Cookbook
The World of Warcraft Cookbook is $23 on Amazon, though you can grab the digital Kindle version for $17.
„I’m the weirdo in the tavern…