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6-01-2009 @ 4:03PM
There's a commercial site that sells 2 WoW themed Cook Books. The Tauren Chef Cookbook (AKA The MMO Cookbook) and Wrath of the Kitchen King.If you sign up for the newsletter on the site you get (or used to, I just checked and don't see the offer anywhere) a mini cookbook. Mine had "Savory Deviate Delight" in it. Here's the recipe as it appears in the recipe book (Minus the very nice picture that accompanies it in the actual book):Savory Deviate DelightThis experiment in deviation from the norm comes to you straight fromthe barrens of Kalimdor.Sporting the latest in exotic ingredients this crafty delight will result in quite the surprising transformation.Chef's Note: This recipe calls for deviate fish, which can be found at the Wailing Caverns, or in the Barrens at the Lushwater Oasis, the Stagnant Oasis, or the ForgottenPools.If you are unable to locate deviate fish at your local vendor, we suggest that you substitute halibut steaks or another fish.Ingredients:· 2 lbs. fresh or thawed (if frozen) deviate steaks(use halibut or another fish if you can't find deviate)· 1 medium onion, thinly sliced· 2 cloves garlic, minced· 1 Tbsp olive oil· 1 Tbsp butter· 1 tsp salt· Freshly ground pepper to taste· 1/2 cup apple juice· 1 Tbsp lemon juiceDirections:Preheat oven to 400° Fahrenheit.Cut fresh or thawed fish into serving size pieces and arrange in a single layer in a bakingdish.Gently sauté onion and garlic in oil and butter over low heat for about 3 to 5 minutes until tender, but not brown. Stir in salt.Distribute onion mixture evenly over fish steaks.Combine apple juice with lemon juice and pour evenly over the fish.Grind pepper over fish steaks. A medley of variously colored peppercorns looks andtastes great.Cover the dish with foil and bake at 400° Fahrenheit for 20 to 25 minutes.Fish is done when it flakes easily with a fork. Fish is delicate, so do not overcook.This recipe should serve:12 Gnomes, or 10 Blood Elves, or 10 Night Elves, or 9 Undead, or 6 Humans, or 3 Trolls, or 3 Dwarves, or 3 Orcs, or 2 Draenei, or 1 Tauren
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