Official Overwatch Cookbook Now Available For Pre-Order
Overwatch has always brought to mind many things for both fans and non-fans of the game: Mercy nerfs, our lord and savior Jeff Kaplan, and the unending ‘waifu wars’ being some of the myriad number of things that come to mind. One thing that people don’t tend to think about when conjuring up a picture of Overwatch is food…until now. An official Overwatch cookbook has been announced, and the contents look absolutely scrumptious.
Brought to you by famed author Chelsea Monroe-Cassel, the official Overwatch cookbook will contain more than ninety recipes directly inspired by the heroes from the game, and as such will actually be based around their lore and who they are as characters. One such recipe, shown below, provides a good hint at what to expect:
Here’s the official description of the cookbook:
“Cook up more than ninety recipes inspired by the heroes of Blizzard Entertainment’s hit game with Overwatch: The Official Cookbook. Based on Blizzard Entertainment’s global phenomenon Overwatch, this official cookbook is packed with scores of authentic recipes inspired by the game’s diverse heroes hailing from all corners of the universe. Building from the game’s compelling narrative and variety of characters, this cookbook features international food and drink recipes from each hero’s homeland. Each recipe includes straightforward step-by-step instructions, mouthwatering full-color photos, pairing suggestions, and more. Overwatch: The Official Cookbook is the ultimate compendium of Overwatch delicacies and is sure to satisfy even the hungriest gamer with fun and delicious recipes.”
The cookbook is now available for pre-order right here at a price point (at the time of writing) of $31.50, with a release date of October 1, 2019.
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Ryan is an editor and writer for Don't Feed the Gamers. When he isn't reading and writing, Ryan is likely considering yet another playthrough of Final Fantasy IX. He's also the DFTG cinnamon bun.