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Gastronogeek: 42 Recipes from Your Favorite Imaginary Worlds

Thibaud Villanova Maxime Leonard



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05 May 2020
Fiction-related items; Popular culture; General cookery & recipes; TV & celebrity chef cookbooks; Humour; Parties, etiquette & entertaining; Other Film, TV & Media; TV and Movie Adaptation; Sci-Fi Adaptation; Fantasy Adaptation
From Back to the Future to Superman, this cookbook combines gastronomy and geek culture with playful recipes from fifteen fandoms -- perfect for anyone looking to bring more magic and imagination into the kitchen. Presenting pop culture delicacies for both casual and devoted fans, this cookbook includes forty-two recipes to conjure up unbelievable three-course menus influenced by fifteen fandoms from science fiction, fantasy, manga, horror, and comics. Become a gourmet geek with this mouthwatering menu:

A delicate Impossible Souffle from Doctor Who Sanji's Special Pork Steaks from One Piece The aptly named Transylvanian Beef from Dracula with roast beef, onions, and saffron potatoes A hearty Vegetables of Yesteryear Pie from The Lord of the Rings Specialty sweets and desserts: Martha Kent's Apricot and Almond Tart, McFly Cheesecake, or the Eye of Sauron Sabayon , and more!

From comfort food to culinary classics, pop culture chef Thibaud Villanova's imaginative recipes are sure to amaze and delight everyone gathered around the table.
By:   Thibaud Villanova, Maxime Leonard
Imprint:   Miscellaneous
Dimensions:   Height: 295mm,  Width: 216mm,  Spine: 18mm
Weight:   907g
ISBN:   9780762468867
ISBN 10:   0762468866
Pages:   144
Publication Date:   05 May 2020
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Hardback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Chef and expert in geek culture, Thibaud Villanova worked at the heart of pop culture for nearly ten years. The son of a baker and passionate about cooking, he decided in 2014 to create the brand Gastronogeek, a bridge between gastronomy and the geek universe. Thibaud now continues his journey into the world of pop culture by writing a book inspired by the Star Wars saga.

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