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The Unofficial Recipes of The Hunger Games: 187 Recipes Inspired by The Hunger Games, Catching Fire, and Mockingjay

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Let the Cooking Begin!

The struggles of Katniss and the people ruled by the Capitol have spilled into the Unofficial Recipes of the Hunger Games. For many of us, the stories may have ended, but the books and characters are still very much alive, leaving fans craving more. What better way to s...
The struggles of Katniss and the people ruled by the Capitol have spilled into the Unofficial Recipes of the Hunger Games. For many of us, the stories may have ended, but the books and characters are still very much alive, leaving fans craving more. What better way to satisfy that craving than by preparing some dishes from the book?

The cook book follows the chronological order of the Hunger Games series, keeping the dishes as realistic as possible, making us feel like we’re in the world of Katniss all over again. The people of District 12 have simple recipes of soups, hardy breads, and salads that use ingredients reminiscent of pioneer days – grains, goat milk and cheese, rustic breads, fresh herbs and nuts – while those from the Capitol enjoy decadent desserts and basted meats.

While some recipes seem less likely to create, requiring squirrel in the recipe, they are still enjoyable to read about and sound no less tasty. Other recipes, like the salad with bacon dressing or the Thick and Creamy Carrot Soup, are so simple and mouth-watering you’d describe the work as a “piece of cake.”

A fun read with fun food make this book good enough to drool on the pages.

posted by AMA83 on October 3, 2012

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2 out of 6 people found this review helpful.

Ohhhkayyy

I love the hunger games but the food in the hunger games is utterly disugsting i really dont want to eat squrilll

posted by 18082956 on December 26, 2012

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