Have you ever cooked a raccoon before? If you should ever need to, The Unofficial Hunger Games Cookbook has a recipe for it.
Have you ever cooked a raccoon before? If you should ever need to, The Unofficial Hunger Games Cookbook has a recipe for it. This cookbook has all kinds of recipes, from breakfasts to desserts. All of the recipes are created to represent one of the foods in Suzanne Collin's The Hunger Games series. Written by Emily Ansara Baines, this book is not authorized by Suzanne Collins.
All of the recipes in this cookbook are interesting and follow the descriptions in the books very closely. There is a recipe for almost any food ever mentioned in any of the books! There are recipes for squirrel, raccoon, and rabbit, among other strange meats. There's a recipe for the lamb stew and cheese buns Katniss loves, to peppermint candies for Prim to the French bread Peeta's father makes to Rue's District 11 bread.
Most of the recipes have relatively easy to find ingredients, except for many of the main courses. Most of these require some hard to find ingredient, such as raccoon, squirrel, rabbit, goose, dandelions, edible wildflowers, etc. However, the breads, breakfasts, desserts, seafood, and poultry dishes are very easy to make. Some of the bread recipes take a very long time, but their taste at the end is worth it. There are recipes for several of the district's bread.
I've made several of the bread recipes, and they all taste delicious. The time it takes to make them is completely worth it. The recipes are straight out of the books, and it's very interesting to both read and cook the recipes. This cookbook is full of great, interesting, delicious recipes for Hunger Games fans of all ages.