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    Hi everyone!

    I'm just getting back into Dragonlance and recall there were recipes from the books in Leaves from the Inn of the Last Home that sounded very good. Didn't even know there were more volumes.

    What were the recipes in each book? Not the whole recipe, just the titles.

    I'm a big fan of the food in the series and wish I could have a dwarven ale!

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    Quote Originally Posted by -Kenderkin- View Post
    Hi everyone!

    I'm just getting back into Dragonlance and recall there were recipes from the books in Leaves from the Inn of the Last Home that sounded very good. Didn't even know there were more volumes.

    What were the recipes in each book? Not the whole recipe, just the titles.

    I'm a big fan of the food in the series and wish I could have a dwarven ale!
    from the first Leaves -

    Gully Dwarf Stew
    Fizban's Fireball Chili
    Flat Bread
    Qualinesti Feast Vegetable Confetti
    Druid's Spinach Salad
    Silvanesti Fruit-Cheese Salad
    Tika's Cookie Jar
    Raistlin's Tea
    Gnome Chicken
    Shrimp Tarsis
    Balifor Sausage
    Wilder Elf Venison-Bean Pot
    Flamestrike's Soup
    Solamnic Feast Dishes
    Kiffles
    Tasslehoff's Celebration Punch
    The Jetties' Fish Wraps
    Tika's Stewed Woodchuck
    Otik's Savory Squash
    Otik's Spiced Fried Potatoes
    Kender Granny Bread
    Lord Amothus's Yule Cake
    Dwarven Tide-Me-Overs
    Kapusta and Kelbassi

    from More Leaves from the Inn of the Last Home

    Green Onion Pancakes
    Kender Wild Mushroom Ragout
    Dragonblasted Steak
    Bean Dip
    Herb n' Cheese Coating
    Hern n' Cheese Potatoes
    Pesto Pasta and Peas
    Kender Fried Rice
    Lord Ariakas's Beef and Broccoli (under field conditions)
    Burrfoot Beer Bread
    Sanction's Volcano Soup
    Skie Pot Pie
    Draconian Soup
    Kender Rolls
    Kitiara's Frosty Gaze
    Balifor Clams and Pasta
    Perriana's Morning Refresher
    Apricot Coconut Balls
    Brown Bears in the Orchard
    Herb n' Cheese Chicken (or Pork)
    Silvanos's Spicy Chicken Wrap
    Flotsam Chicken stuffed with Mushrooms and Cheddar
    Festival Chicken
    Other Things Flint Could Have Wrapped in Bacon

    from Lost Leaves from the Inn of the Last Home

    Solanthus Sausage Balls
    Pink Lemonade Pie
    Magic Fudge Sause and Cake
    Common Room Casserole
    Kender Stumblenoodles
    Conclave Ice Cream
    Nerakan Fruit Puff
    Fainted Speaker
    Solamnic Mushroom Ragout with Dumplings
    Hunter's Stew
    Otik's Fire in the Belly Breakfast
    Palanthas Torte
    Gharum Khuri-Khan
    Phoenixbrew
    Seven Gods Spice Mix
    Tarsian Spring Soup
    Merwick Purplefruit Puree
    Haltigothian Lamb Roast
    Salah-Khan's Stew
    Saifumi Soup
    Scavenger Soup
    Toede In the Hole

    there you go!!
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    Management at TSR thought we were crazy for wanting to put recipes into the first Leaves. They didn't think gamers would be interested and that it would kill sales. As it turns out, the readers thought the recipes were the best part. Someone stopped by the booth at Pax East a few weeks ago with an original Leaves for me to sign. He told me about all the recipes he'd tried!

    Margaret

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    Quote Originally Posted by Queen of Darkness View Post
    Management at TSR thought we were crazy for wanting to put recipes into the first Leaves. They didn't think gamers would be interested and that it would kill sales. As it turns out, the readers thought the recipes were the best part. Someone stopped by the booth at Pax East a few weeks ago with an original Leaves for me to sign. He told me about all the recipes he'd tried!

    Margaret
    We love the recipes because it's something we can make real-world but still have a DL feel. There are some killer recipes in those books! I was salivating Homer Simspon-style as i was typing those up for -Kenderkin-
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    I remember last year when to help promote Game of Thrones, HBO put the recipe for lemon cakes up on their site. I couldn't help but think of Leaves.


    By the way, Otik's Spiced Potatoes are a must for Thanksgiving; although we do use powdered onions instead... and a LOT more cayenne.

    Spicy food should be painful after all.
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    Hi,

    Still on the topic of recipes I seem to remember having a copy of a Dragonlance resource book when I was a boy, and learning to cook out of it. Specifically I remember there being a recipe for "Otik's Sweet and Spicy Beans", "Hurled Oatmeal Muffins", and some kind of "Broken Glass Candy" that had a story about the stained glass windows in the temple of the king-priest. Does anyone know what book these recipes are in?

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    It's gone past lemon cakes now. Last I checked there was a whole, beautifully photographed cook book for GoT.
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    My mother has always been ideal for me. Especially in cooking. She always made such masterpieces...I Have no words. Although I am a man, but she taught me to cook and I think my wife is very pleased with it! Yesterday we stumbled upon the website http://livecustomwriting.com/blog/ho...ke-a-real-chef and it said that I should go on Master chef and show everyone how I cook!

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