Fallout Cookbook Now Available To Pre-Order
From Harry Potter to Hearthstone to EarthBound, pop culture cookbooks have become considerably more prevalent than you may realize. The newest entry into this genre, Fallout: The Vault Dweller’s Official Cookbook by Victoria Rosenthal, can now be pre-ordered on Amazon. The book includes over 70 Bethesda-approved recipes for you to try, with Nuka-Cola likely to be the most popular. (Bottle caps not included.)
Amazon is currently offering a 10% discount on the book, which officially releases October 23. That gives players three weeks to try delicacies like Baked Bloatfly and Mutant Marsala before the launch of Fallout 76. Bethesda has promised that the multiplayer-only title will have years of free DLC. None of those, however, may compare to the 4D experience of simultaneously eating Dandy Boy Apples or BlamCo Mac & Cheese with your character.
No word yet on whether Todd Howard figured out the seasoning to simulate the flavor of mild radiation poisoning.
If you’re more interested in drinks than meals, the book includes both Nuka-Cola and Nuka-Cherry. Need something stronger? Why not sample some Rot Gut or a SPECIAL Cocktail? Some of the other more interesting recipes include Deathclaw Omelets, Mole Rat Wonder Meat, and Radstag Stew. Amazon put the table of contents up on the product page so you can start planning your post-apocalypse-themed dinner party.
You can preorder Fallout: The Vault Dweller’s Official Cookbook on Amazon here. If you’re looking for even more real world Fallout gear, the Pip-Boy replica may be right up your alley. Fallout 76 launches for PS4, Xbox One, and PC on November 14, while beta testing beginning in the fall.
Which of these recipes are you most excited to try? What game deserves the next real world cookbook? Let us know in the comments below! And after you get to cooking, send us your best (or worst) dishes on Twitter and Facebook!
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Drew is a freelance writer for DFTG. He's the former Managing Editor of Haogamers and has been published in the Chicago Tribune and The Paragon Journal. He also edited the novel Three Brightnesses and Artist Journey: Rachta Lin (2016 and 2017 editions).