The Unofficial Hunger Games Cookbook From Lamb Stew to Groosling -More Than 150 Recipes Inspired by the Hunger Games Trilogy by Emily Ansara Baines
  

The Unofficial Hunger Games Cookbook From Lamb Stew to Groosling -More Than 150 Recipes Inspired by the Hunger Games Trilogy

Written by Emily Ansara Baines
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Part of the Unofficial Cookbook Series

Synopsis

The Unofficial Hunger Games Cookbook From Lamb Stew to Groosling -More Than 150 Recipes Inspired by the Hunger Games Trilogy by Emily Ansara Baines

Here's some advice. Stay alive. --Haymitch Abernathy When it comes to The Hunger Games, staying alive means finding food any way possible. Katniss and Gale hunt live game, Peeta's family survives on the bread they make, and the inhabitants of the Seam work twelve-hour days for a few handfuls of grain--all while the residents of the Capitol gorge themselves on delicacies and desserts to the heart's desire. For the first time, you will be able to create delicious recipes from the humble District 12 to the extravagant Capital, including:* French Bread from the Mellark Family Bakery* Katniss's Favorite Lamb Stew with Dried Plums* Rue's Roasted Parsnips* Gale's Bone-Pickin' Big Game Soup* Capitol-Grade Dark Chocolate Cake If you're starving for more from Katniss, Peeta, and Gale, this cookbook is sure to whet your appetite!

Reviews

Hungry for the dishes served up in Suzanne Collins

? The Unofficial Hunger Games Cookbook: From Lamb Stew to Groosling -- More Than 150 Recipes Inspired by The Hunger Games Trilogy is ready to rock fans

--USA Today The Hunger Games movie is just a few months away, and really, who isn't secretly super-excited for the teen post-apocalyptic book trilogy to make it to the big screen? Watching the trailer on repeat is pretty fun... but now comes an even better way to sate your appetite--literally--until the film comes out. The Unofficial Hunger Games Cookbook! --Village Voice In the postapocalyptic fantasy series The Hunger Games, starving characters eat whatever they can kill or forage: wild dog, horse, tree bark, mouse meat...fans have become obsessed with the food in the books, trying home preparation of dishes such as fire-roasted rabbit and seaweed bread. This month, The Unofficial Hunger Games Cookbook was published, with 150 recipes for rustic, gamy fare including fried squirrel and raccoon in bacon drippings, though none for dog. Food, and the lack of it, is a recurring theme in the dystopian trilogy. --The Wall Street Journal Most of the recipes are definitely ones that my whole family will enjoy and the kids will love knowing about the connection to The Hunger Games. If you or your children are fans of The Hunger Games, you definitely need to pick up a copy of The Unofficial Hunger Games Cookbook. --Confessions of an Overworked Mom Blog I give it a 'buy.

--Bossy Italian Wife Blog Forget Katniss

--you won't go hungry like the folks at District 12 if you've got this cookbook handy! Consider it a gastronomic tour of the futuristic dystopian saga, taking you from the humble tables of Katniss

- E! Online

About the Author

Emily Ansara Baines's short stories have appeared in Narrative literary magazine and AngeLingo. She graduated with honors from the University of Southern California where she studied creative writing under Aimee Bender and T.C. Boyle. One day Emily will live in Paris and speak French while wearing a beret, but these days she makes do with navigating the streets of Los Angeles. Her favorite word is murmur.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
256 pages

Author

Emily Ansara Baines
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Publisher

Adams Media Corporation

Publication date

1st December 2011

ISBN

9781440526589


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