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Feast your way through Skyrim, Morrowind, and Tamriel with The Elder Scrolls: The Official Cookbook.  Feast on all of the delicious dishes found in Skyrim, Morrowind, and all of Tamriel in this beautifully crafted cookbook based on the award-winning Elder Scrolls game series. Immerse yourself in the diverse cuisines of the Nords, Bosmer, Khajit, and beyond with these recipe Feast your way through Skyrim, Morrowind, and Tamriel with The Elder Scrolls: The Official Cookbook.  Feast on all of the delicious dishes found in Skyrim, Morrowind, and all of Tamriel in this beautifully crafted cookbook based on the award-winning Elder Scrolls game series. Immerse yourself in the diverse cuisines of the Nords, Bosmer, Khajit, and beyond with these recipes inspired by food found in the Old Kingdom, across Tamriel, and more. With over sixty delicious recipes for fan-favorite recipes including Apple Cabbage Stew, Sunlight Souffle, Sweetrolls, and more, The Elder Scrolls: The Official Cookbook will delight every hungry Dragonborn. 


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Feast your way through Skyrim, Morrowind, and Tamriel with The Elder Scrolls: The Official Cookbook.  Feast on all of the delicious dishes found in Skyrim, Morrowind, and all of Tamriel in this beautifully crafted cookbook based on the award-winning Elder Scrolls game series. Immerse yourself in the diverse cuisines of the Nords, Bosmer, Khajit, and beyond with these recipe Feast your way through Skyrim, Morrowind, and Tamriel with The Elder Scrolls: The Official Cookbook.  Feast on all of the delicious dishes found in Skyrim, Morrowind, and all of Tamriel in this beautifully crafted cookbook based on the award-winning Elder Scrolls game series. Immerse yourself in the diverse cuisines of the Nords, Bosmer, Khajit, and beyond with these recipes inspired by food found in the Old Kingdom, across Tamriel, and more. With over sixty delicious recipes for fan-favorite recipes including Apple Cabbage Stew, Sunlight Souffle, Sweetrolls, and more, The Elder Scrolls: The Official Cookbook will delight every hungry Dragonborn. 

30 review for The Elder Scrolls: The Official Cookbook

  1. 4 out of 5

    Brittany

    This book is amazing if you are a fan of the Elder Scrolls in any way. Don't let that deter you if you aren't though. I have tried out many of the exercises on people who had never heard of the Elder Scrolls (blasphemy), and so far all of them have been a hit. This was well put together, well-researched and well laid out. I loved everything about it. My biggest complaint is that there aren't MORE recipes. I will definitely be purchasing a copy for myself! 5 Stars! This book is amazing if you are a fan of the Elder Scrolls in any way. Don't let that deter you if you aren't though. I have tried out many of the exercises on people who had never heard of the Elder Scrolls (blasphemy), and so far all of them have been a hit. This was well put together, well-researched and well laid out. I loved everything about it. My biggest complaint is that there aren't MORE recipes. I will definitely be purchasing a copy for myself! 5 Stars!

  2. 5 out of 5

    Cori

    Nerd alert! Skyrim is one of my soul universes. I will find a way to visit Riften one day. And this cookbook is faaaan-frickin-tastic. I've come across fandom associated cookbooks before that were a complete crock. The recipes were a) completely unrealistic, b) disgusting, or c) completely unrelated to the fandom the book was marketed towards. This book was none of the above! While I haven't had the opportunity to make any of the recipes yet, they look delicious, fairly straightforward, and are Nerd alert! Skyrim is one of my soul universes. I will find a way to visit Riften one day. And this cookbook is faaaan-frickin-tastic. I've come across fandom associated cookbooks before that were a complete crock. The recipes were a) completely unrealistic, b) disgusting, or c) completely unrelated to the fandom the book was marketed towards. This book was none of the above! While I haven't had the opportunity to make any of the recipes yet, they look delicious, fairly straightforward, and are SUPER nostalgic and can be found readily in the world of Skyrim. I had a lot of fun just reading through the book. And because this can be a big thing when looking at unfamiliar recipes, yes- every recipe is accompanied by at least one beautiful picture. I'd rate this book a G...unless you count the alcoholic recipes. In which case, just be mindful of the handful of recipes towards the back of the book.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Carrie (The Butterfly Reader)

    "Let me guess... someone stole your Sweetroll?" - Skyrim Now, I no longer have to care if my Sweetroll is stolen because I can just make my own! I've been getting into cookbook more recently and when I saw this was a thing; I had to read it! A cookbook based on one of my favorite video game worlds of all time?! Heck yeah! I have a lot of recipes lined up to make, Sweetrolls are one of them! But there's also the Potato Cheddar Soup and Boiled Creme Treat, Stewed Apples and Eidar Cheese! I wish I c "Let me guess... someone stole your Sweetroll?" - Skyrim Now, I no longer have to care if my Sweetroll is stolen because I can just make my own! I've been getting into cookbook more recently and when I saw this was a thing; I had to read it! A cookbook based on one of my favorite video game worlds of all time?! Heck yeah! I have a lot of recipes lined up to make, Sweetrolls are one of them! But there's also the Potato Cheddar Soup and Boiled Creme Treat, Stewed Apples and Eidar Cheese! I wish I could show you all these amazing pictures from the book but I think I'd get into trouble if I shared all the ones I wanted to make. Something I find fun is before each recipe, there's a little mention of how the dish relates to the Elder Scrolls world and which race created the dish. It's so thorough that I feel like these are real places the author talks about and not a video game world. It's amazing! When I make a few of these dishes I want to take pictures and put them on Instagram. Let me know if that's something you'd want to see. Bottom line: I love this! Until next time, stay healthy, stay happy, and read a good book!

  4. 5 out of 5

    Sara

    I love Skyrim and I love cooking, this book is the perfect hybrid of those two things and thus was a delight for me to read

  5. 4 out of 5

    Juli

    Beautifully crafted, well-written with respect to lore, and the recipes appear to take minimal creative liberties to present something actually appetizing (looking at you, boiled creme treat). I really like the difficulty scales and especially appreciate the section on spice blends relating to specific cuisines. Basics like the pie dough and custard sauce are great for those approaching with little baking experience, like me. Four stars because I found myself a little disappointed that it's pret Beautifully crafted, well-written with respect to lore, and the recipes appear to take minimal creative liberties to present something actually appetizing (looking at you, boiled creme treat). I really like the difficulty scales and especially appreciate the section on spice blends relating to specific cuisines. Basics like the pie dough and custard sauce are great for those approaching with little baking experience, like me. Four stars because I found myself a little disappointed that it's pretty Skyrim-centric. Hoping there might be another volume in the works someday... Until then, I'm psyched to try these out!

  6. 5 out of 5

    Grace

    Another fantasy setting themed cookbook with food adapted both from the setting and the real world. Beautiful food porn pictures, lore nods, and a good authorial voice made this enjoyable to read alone and the cooking tips and suggestions make it quite practical. Especially would like to give a shout-out to the conversion tables in the back and the brew your own mead recipes. I haven't used it yet but I am now itching to have a go at some Sweet rolls! Another fantasy setting themed cookbook with food adapted both from the setting and the real world. Beautiful food porn pictures, lore nods, and a good authorial voice made this enjoyable to read alone and the cooking tips and suggestions make it quite practical. Especially would like to give a shout-out to the conversion tables in the back and the brew your own mead recipes. I haven't used it yet but I am now itching to have a go at some Sweet rolls!

  7. 4 out of 5

    Ingrid

    This is the kind of delightful nerd shit I like. I've only read through the cookbook so far but the recipes seem solid and many of them I'm excited to try. Then I can give a properly informed rating! This is the kind of delightful nerd shit I like. I've only read through the cookbook so far but the recipes seem solid and many of them I'm excited to try. Then I can give a properly informed rating!

  8. 5 out of 5

    Crystal

    The Elder Scrolls official cookbook is one of the best media-tie-in cookbooks I've ever had the pleasure to peruse. It is both a loving homage to the worlds of Elder Scrolls and a genuine cookbook, with recipes that sound both feasible and delicious. Because of my food allergies, I couldn't eat most of these dishes. But they really do sound good, and they are so skillfully tied in to story items throughout the games. The author created believable flavor profiles for each region of Tamriel, compl The Elder Scrolls official cookbook is one of the best media-tie-in cookbooks I've ever had the pleasure to peruse. It is both a loving homage to the worlds of Elder Scrolls and a genuine cookbook, with recipes that sound both feasible and delicious. Because of my food allergies, I couldn't eat most of these dishes. But they really do sound good, and they are so skillfully tied in to story items throughout the games. The author created believable flavor profiles for each region of Tamriel, complete with specific spice blends and common ingredients. Then she lovingly recreated favorite dishes actually mentioned in game, and added additional recipes that fit seamlessly into the culinary worlds she'd already crafted. The food presentation and photography is excellent--attractive and appetizing. The layout of the recipes is easy to read, and the directions and ingredients seem easy to follow. There's even a power bar accompanying each recipes that indicates difficulty level of that particular recipe, as well as prep and cooking time, servings yielded, and even pairing suggestions. Along with recipes for dishes, there are also recipes for candy and alcoholic beverages, including directions on how to brew one's own mead, with variant ingredients for different flavors. This really is an excellent cookbook, and I'm sorry that I can't try the vast majority of the recipes because of my food allergies. But if recipes like double-baked potatoes, cabbage biscuits, cheese scones, lavender and honey bread, coastal clam chowder, mushroom and vegetable risotto, hand pies, honeycomb brittle, honey pudding, sweet rolls, and black-briar mead sound good to you,, please run out and pick up a copy of this fun and lovely cookbook. While your enjoyment of the text will be significantly increased if you have a basic familiarity with the Elder Scrolls world of Tamriel, I think this cookbook could also stand on its own. Enjoy!

  9. 4 out of 5

    Tessa

    This book was more fun than useful. It has a very specific aesthetic and it is beautifully put together in that sense. The actual recipes are mostly forgettable versions of common meals (like risotto and shepherd's pie) but there are a few which stood out from the rest (the potato bread and baked salmon among them). Recommended for fans of the game (I am not familiar with the game) or experienced cooks. This isn't intended for beginners. Recipes made: Rustic mustard(pg 35) This was really good. This book was more fun than useful. It has a very specific aesthetic and it is beautifully put together in that sense. The actual recipes are mostly forgettable versions of common meals (like risotto and shepherd's pie) but there are a few which stood out from the rest (the potato bread and baked salmon among them). Recommended for fans of the game (I am not familiar with the game) or experienced cooks. This isn't intended for beginners. Recipes made: Rustic mustard(pg 35) This was really good. It's almost convinced me to make my own mustard instead of buying it. Mushroom and Vegetable Risotto (pg 51) I didn't use mushrooms because David doesn't like them. This turned out okay. It was good, but not amazing. S'Jirra's Famous Potato Bread (pg 81) This was amazing though. David says he wants potato bread instead of birthday cake xD. It had a texture more like potatoes than bread; not a bad thing, just not what I expected. Apple Cabbage Stew (pg 91) This was a delicious and light supper; it did not reheat well. I think this would go well as a side dish; there is no protein. Baked White River Salmon (pg 109) This was delicious, probably the best recipe I tried and some of the best salmon I've made. Plus it tasted like something the Beavers from Narnia would eat, and that's a bonus. Goatherd's Pie (pg 121) Meh. I've made better shepherd's pie before. Long Taffy Treat (pg 141) This is probably the BIGGEST kitchen DISASTER I've ever had. I'm telling you now, do not use this recipe. I have never made taffy before (first mistake) and this recipe was very light on details. About halfway through, when everything in my kitchen (and every inch of me) was covered with sticky sugar syrup, I started watching YouTube videos which included a lot more information. To add insult to injury, the flavoring they told me to use didn't even taste good. It took me a week to get all the stickyness out of my kitchen and I ended up throwing it all away in the end anyway. Part of this was user inexperience (I've hardly done any candymaking) but the recipe was extremely poor. Boiled Creme Treat (pg 153), served with Custard Sauce (pg 29) This was good, I guess. I'm not a huge fan of the baked custard, but the cardamom-flavored bread was delicious!

  10. 5 out of 5

    Alexander Case

    I like cookbooks. They are the fusion of my love for cooking and food, and my background in technical writing. I also love fantasy fiction & roleplaying games, with The Elder Scrolls series in particular. So, when I first played Skyrim and found there was cooking in the game, one of my first thoughts was “Man, an Elder Scrolls cookbook would be neat!” So, when one finally came out, I knew that I needed to check it out. Much as with the second Von Bek novel, I should have been looking at the Monk I like cookbooks. They are the fusion of my love for cooking and food, and my background in technical writing. I also love fantasy fiction & roleplaying games, with The Elder Scrolls series in particular. So, when I first played Skyrim and found there was cooking in the game, one of my first thoughts was “Man, an Elder Scrolls cookbook would be neat!” So, when one finally came out, I knew that I needed to check it out. Much as with the second Von Bek novel, I should have been looking at the Monkey’s Paw. Let’s start off by focusing on the positive – there are some things this cookbook does very right. The book has several spice blends that look interesting. Additionally, each recipie includes a difficulty ranking from 1-10, presented with a Skyrim/ESO-style skill bar. This, in particular, feels like an innovation that more cookbooks could use, on top of the usual prep time, cook time, and total time information. All of that said, the book has some problems with recipe presentation. For example, the multiple bread recipes in the book do list the rise time with the prep and cook time. However, they don’t indicate in the recipe where to have the bread rise, and then if there’s one rise or two. Now, if you have experience making bread, that’s not necessarily an issue – as you may be able to intuit where to let the bread rise. However, if you are inexperienced, that’s a problem – and it’s especially an issue when dealing with a cookbook where the target market is “People who like the Elder Scrolls games and want to cook more, but don’t due to lack of experience.” However, that leads to the other problem – a lot of the recipes here are slight modifications and re-skins of some fairly common or classic recipes – stuff like rice pilaf, or shepherd’s pie with goat instead of lamb, mutton, or hamburger. All of this is especially an issue when it gets to the brewing suggestions – there are a variety of recipes here for brewing your own mead. Again, this is neat – I could see more than a few people who maybe have some experience making beer wanting to branch out to mead based on playing Skyrim – or electing to start brewing based on Skyrim, and maybe starting with mead. However, if you’ve never made mead before, if anything in these recipes is omitted that is a big deal (equivalent to the number of rises for bread, for example), you, like I, would not know if that’s missing. All of that makes for a real deal-breaker that keeps me from recommending this book for purchase. This review was originally posted on my blog: https://countzeroor.com/2021/01/03/th...

  11. 4 out of 5

    Laura

    I have wanted this book for a long time and I finally have it thanks to my fiancé gifting it to me as a Christmas present. It has all the recipes of Tamriel, from food and drink to basic spices. It starts with an introduction to the food in Tamriel. It then lists the different races and their tastes and various celebrations throughout the year and what food and drink is served. Then it covers homesteading and finally the recipes in their respectable categories. I can’t wait to make the sweet roll I have wanted this book for a long time and I finally have it thanks to my fiancé gifting it to me as a Christmas present. It has all the recipes of Tamriel, from food and drink to basic spices. It starts with an introduction to the food in Tamriel. It then lists the different races and their tastes and various celebrations throughout the year and what food and drink is served. Then it covers homesteading and finally the recipes in their respectable categories. I can’t wait to make the sweet rolls so no one will ever steal a sweet roll from me again!

  12. 5 out of 5

    Carlee Draper

    This is an awesome cookbook! My husband and I are cooking our way through it right now. With that, we have a question. Was there a mistake with the publishing? He got his at gamestop. Which they are no longer carrying, it was like each store got one and that was it. However, apparently it is not suppose to be released on other sites til March? The only thing we can tell that is different is the cover picture.

  13. 5 out of 5

    A Bookish ✧ Fable

    Absolutely wonderful cookbook. I'm a 20 year old vegan guy who loves cooking and gaming, and they had plenty vegetarian and vegan recipes, and plenty u could make into. My dad loved looking through it as well, all in all not hard to get ingridients. Lovely meals! Absolutely wonderful cookbook. I'm a 20 year old vegan guy who loves cooking and gaming, and they had plenty vegetarian and vegan recipes, and plenty u could make into. My dad loved looking through it as well, all in all not hard to get ingridients. Lovely meals!

  14. 5 out of 5

    Stephanie

    Some body stole my sweet roll! No problem with this book I will craft another one in the kitchen, a cookbook containing the most popular dishes from the skyrim pc game

  15. 5 out of 5

    Renee MS

    I list this under currently reading as we only just received it and haven't bee able to try any recipes yet - but much like Game of Thrones Cookbook, these look to be delicious translations of story world meals and foods. I'll update rating and staus once we've tried a few :) The production of the book is excellent and the pictures are accurate to presentation in the Skyrim game. Really well done. I list this under currently reading as we only just received it and haven't bee able to try any recipes yet - but much like Game of Thrones Cookbook, these look to be delicious translations of story world meals and foods. I'll update rating and staus once we've tried a few :) The production of the book is excellent and the pictures are accurate to presentation in the Skyrim game. Really well done.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Samantha

    I LOVE LOVE LOVE THIS BOOK! It makes me so happy. I've only tried two of the recipes so far: Sweetrolls (obviously) and the Elsweyr Fondue. The sweetrolls were different in a very yummy way. The frosting is amazing! The fondue wasn't great, but I'd never had gruyere before so that's probably why. I've got a bunch of recipes tabbed for future use! I can't decide what to try next. I love how at the beginning she gave a description of the types of cuisine based on race. Some nice lore there! I also I LOVE LOVE LOVE THIS BOOK! It makes me so happy. I've only tried two of the recipes so far: Sweetrolls (obviously) and the Elsweyr Fondue. The sweetrolls were different in a very yummy way. The frosting is amazing! The fondue wasn't great, but I'd never had gruyere before so that's probably why. I've got a bunch of recipes tabbed for future use! I can't decide what to try next. I love how at the beginning she gave a description of the types of cuisine based on race. Some nice lore there! I also love the idea of the special seasonings! Can't wait to try them. Very well done. Love the pictures. Love feeling more a part of TES world!

  17. 4 out of 5

    Rose Moore

    Cool for themed parties and for snacks while you adventure into Rifton or become a bard over in Solitude. Hell, this food will make you the biggest werewolf on campus over in whiterun. yeah, lavender honey bread. boom yes, give it to me. Poached pears? The perfect pairing for a long trip on your horse to the top of a mountain. Don't fall off! Cool for themed parties and for snacks while you adventure into Rifton or become a bard over in Solitude. Hell, this food will make you the biggest werewolf on campus over in whiterun. yeah, lavender honey bread. boom yes, give it to me. Poached pears? The perfect pairing for a long trip on your horse to the top of a mountain. Don't fall off!

  18. 5 out of 5

    Elizabeth Gajdosik

    I don't know how many people read cookbooks for recreation, but I am one of those people! When they're well-written, as this one is, not only does it provide delicious, imaginative and practical recipes, but wit and humor as well. I don't know how many people read cookbooks for recreation, but I am one of those people! When they're well-written, as this one is, not only does it provide delicious, imaginative and practical recipes, but wit and humor as well.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Beth

    I'm a massive fan of Chelsea's Inn at the Crossroads blog, and her subsequent A Feast of Fire and Ice cookbook. In that, she used Elizabethan and surrounding era recipes to turn fantastical food descriptions into real, achievable items. I felt like those recipes were well-researched and tested before they made it into the cookbook. So I was deeply disappointed by this one, which feels far less creative and thought out. I primarily got it because my husband is a lifetime fan of the Elder Scrolls s I'm a massive fan of Chelsea's Inn at the Crossroads blog, and her subsequent A Feast of Fire and Ice cookbook. In that, she used Elizabethan and surrounding era recipes to turn fantastical food descriptions into real, achievable items. I felt like those recipes were well-researched and tested before they made it into the cookbook. So I was deeply disappointed by this one, which feels far less creative and thought out. I primarily got it because my husband is a lifetime fan of the Elder Scrolls series, and we've often joked about trying to make some of the in-game recipes. Many of them are familiar (some apparently based on medieval dishes, which is fun) and some are clearly jokes more than viable recipes, but it felt like the ones Chelsea chose to make were all regular, modern recipes. Of course there's the requisite Sweetroll, but everything else felt like it could've come from any modern cookbook. In addition to that lack of creative sparkle, I've made four recipes from the book and found a lot of typos, contradicting information in the same recipe, and results clearly nothing like the photograph (making me question whether the printed recipe is actually complete). I had originally planned to make every dish in here, turning Saturdays into Elder Scrolls Feast Night at my house, but I'm so discouraged by this book that I quit after three weeks of trying. It's just not worth the frustration and continual disappointment- I'd be better served to create my own interpretations of food items found in the game. And I may do that. What I'm not at all sure of going forward is whether or not I'll buy another cookbook from Chelsea. I'm having trust issues right now, even though she's a lovely human being and I admire what she's done...I just don't know.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Elsie

    Not sure when you get to say you've read a cookbook? Do you have to cook everything? At least something? I went through the recipes but haven't made anything yet. It makes reference to the Skyrim world which is fun: "Sage, for example, is a very good stand-in for elves ear" "You can smoke it, salt it, cook it, preserve it with ice wraith teeth, or eat it raw." I liked that it has a recipe for spice mixtures you'll use in the recipes. I've never done my own spice mixtures and I'd like to try getting Not sure when you get to say you've read a cookbook? Do you have to cook everything? At least something? I went through the recipes but haven't made anything yet. It makes reference to the Skyrim world which is fun: "Sage, for example, is a very good stand-in for elves ear" "You can smoke it, salt it, cook it, preserve it with ice wraith teeth, or eat it raw." I liked that it has a recipe for spice mixtures you'll use in the recipes. I've never done my own spice mixtures and I'd like to try getting some good quality spices and grinding them for these mixtures ... Oooh! I'll say spice melange! I'll post a picture when I make something from it. I've got to get back to some longer books. i'm doing a book challenge and feel like I'm cheating because some like this have been so short.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Crystal T

    SWEET ROLLS!!!! Received this book as a Birthday present from my teenage son. It's sparked his interest in cooking and now we are cooking our way through the book together. A few items we were not able to get locally (like the Grains of Paradise) but were able to obtain via Amazon. Thanks for adding fuel to my son's desire to learn how to cook. SWEET ROLLS!!!! Received this book as a Birthday present from my teenage son. It's sparked his interest in cooking and now we are cooking our way through the book together. A few items we were not able to get locally (like the Grains of Paradise) but were able to obtain via Amazon. Thanks for adding fuel to my son's desire to learn how to cook.

  22. 4 out of 5

    William Whalen

    Best cookbook that I've read since the Roadkill Cookbook." One of the best aspects is the guide to ease of cooking with each recipe. I expect to try the Grilled Leeks recipe first. Even recipes I won't try still made for interesting reading. A follow-up is needed for the Orcs, Werewolves and Vampires of Tamriel is needed. Best cookbook that I've read since the Roadkill Cookbook." One of the best aspects is the guide to ease of cooking with each recipe. I expect to try the Grilled Leeks recipe first. Even recipes I won't try still made for interesting reading. A follow-up is needed for the Orcs, Werewolves and Vampires of Tamriel is needed.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Carissa

    I am a sucker for themed cookbooks, but this one absolutely takes the cake. Many are just rehashed, rewritten recipes of dishes that aren't necessarily uncommon or original, but this cookbook? So many new, unique ideas in it that still captures the imagination of the setting. While you may not gain as much lore with it, you will certainly gain some new recipes and ideas. I am a sucker for themed cookbooks, but this one absolutely takes the cake. Many are just rehashed, rewritten recipes of dishes that aren't necessarily uncommon or original, but this cookbook? So many new, unique ideas in it that still captures the imagination of the setting. While you may not gain as much lore with it, you will certainly gain some new recipes and ideas.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Kyre

    I’d love to give this a 5-star but some bits of important info slipped by the editors. For example. Making the creme treats and there is no info on what temp to bake them. Otherwise I love the recipes tried so far.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Popzara Press

    An excellent starting point for anyone hoping to get into the finer points of casting in the kitchen with some Skyrim flair. Read full review at Popzara Press. An excellent starting point for anyone hoping to get into the finer points of casting in the kitchen with some Skyrim flair. Read full review at Popzara Press.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Ashley Kempkes

    Amazing cookbook, I want to try a lot more of the recipes!

  27. 4 out of 5

    Lele♡

    If you're thinking about it, the answer is absolutely make it If you're thinking about it, the answer is absolutely make it

  28. 5 out of 5

    Amanda Allen

    New recipes to try! Plus I'm a huge fan of elder scrolls series! New recipes to try! Plus I'm a huge fan of elder scrolls series!

  29. 4 out of 5

    oakie

    Yum

  30. 4 out of 5

    Tandra

    Interesting lore added to fun recipes that are actually quite good.

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