Ever see a delicious dish in a video game and wonder how to make it yourself? Wonder no more with this unique beginner’s cookbook. Fry Scores, the unique cookbook featuring 25 recipes spanning 30 years of video game history, is now available in digital format on Amazon.
Following the successful completion of the Kickstarter campaign, Fry Scores: An Unofficial Guide To Video Game Grub is now available on Amazon Kindle. This new edition features all the content of the original on iTunes, plus new cooking tips and updated photography.
Whip up the Sinner’s Sandwich from Deadly Premonition or a batch of baked French Toast from the Sims; no matter your skill level you will find the recipes thorough and easy to follow, with a dedicated tips section and glossary for the novice cook.
Fry Scores is not just a novelty cookbook; it features practical, everyday recipes from a wide variety of games, from classics like BurgerTime and The Legend of Zelda to more recent titles like Minecraft, Cooking Mama, Far Cry 4 and The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim.
Each includes detailed, thorough instructions that even the most novice cooks can follow, and over half the recipes are vegetarian friendly. Metric cooking units are also included. Inside you’ll find breakfast, appetizers, lunch, dinner, dessert, and even cocktails, all beautifully illustrated with gorgeous photography provided by the author, Holly Green.
Whether you’re a video game fan or just cooking for one, this is the perfect book for entertaining in the digital era. Fry Scores: An Unofficial Guide To Video Game Grub is now on Amazon for $5.99. The fully interactive iPad version can also be purchased over at iTunes.