The ‘Never been feta’ burger, aka The ‘Foot-Feta-ish’ burger from ‘The Bob’s Burgers burger book: Real recipes for joke burgers’
By Loren Bouchard and the writers of Bob’s Burgers. Recipes by Cole Bowden. My well used copy of the book. Note: This is not a vegetarian dish. The original recipe that I wanted do for this next post was indeed, vegetarian, but I’m having difficulty making that recipe work for some reason, so hopefully next
Meat on the Bone from One Piece: pirate recipes by Sanji
One of the most well known and prolific manga/anime properties is the weird swashbuckling epic One Piece, with it’s lovable cast, and fruit that gives super powers. In it we follow the eccentric and strange Straw Hat pirates led by their fearless, stretchy, and absent minded captain Luffy as they search for a legendary treasure.
The weathers a bit chilly, but not as cool as these snowy themed comics (and one RPG)!
Batman Noel by Lee Bermejo Inspired by Charles Dickens’ immortal classic A Christmas Carol, BATMAN: NOEL features different interpretations of The Dark Knight, along with his enemies and allies, in different eras, from writer/artist Lee Bermejo (JOKER). In this spectacular, oversized graphic novel, Batman must come to terms with his past, present and future as
Elder Scrolls side dishes
Recently I found myself playing an old beloved game that was recently released for what feels like the 20th time, Bethesda’s Skyrim. I also recently was gifted the Elder Scrolls official cookbook, as if by some Daedric Prince thought to bless me, and the following is two easy to make side dishes that pair well
Gully Dwarf Homestyle Porridge
Every one us has that one thing that influenced their fandom growing up. For me, as a D&D/fantasy nerd, it was two fold in the form of Frank Frazatta’s Death Dealer paintings (and the book based on them) and the first D&D book I ever read: Dragonlance’s Flint the King. It’s the latter that we’re
Recipe: Dwarven Potato Leek Soup from Heroes’ Feast: The official D&D cookbook
If you’ve come into our fine shop in the past couple months, no doubt you’ve seen our ever growing selection of themed cookbooks. While some of these may seem gimmicky, there are some that have amazingly thought out recipes that astound and since its the time of big dinners while we celebrate our various holidays,
Keep the spooky season going with some Halloween Comics!
Something is Killing the Children by James Tynion IV and Werther Dell’Edera Children in a sleepy Wisconsin town begin to go missing with most never returning, and those that do have disturbing stories of horrific creatures that live in the shadows. There is one person that believes the children and claims to be the only