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Steamed and Steamy: Recipes from the Steampunk World of Industralia

Steamed and Steamy: Recipes from the Steampunk World of Industralia
$6.00 Paperback
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Series: A Novel Cookbook, Book 1
Genres: Cookbook, Steampunk
Tag: Paperback
Publication Year: June 2016
Length: 92 Pages
ASIN: 1532963289
ISBN: 9781532963285

Now you can make the favorite foods of the fictional country of Industralia, from breakfast right on through to late night snacks. You’ll even learn how to make traditional New Year's “Coal Week” holiday treats.

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About the Book

Now you can make the favorite foods of the fictional country of Industralia, from breakfast right on through to late night snacks. You’ll even learn how to make traditional New Year’s “Coal Week” holiday treats.

Endorsements
What can be better than Steampunk + food? Written by one of the steamland’s best wordsmiths, this is a great book to add to your collection! Would also make a great gift for steamy friends.
In "Steamed and Steamy: Recipes from the Steampunk World of Industralia," I really felt like I'd met characters from a small town, even though it was an imaginary place I'd never visited! The practicality and down-home quality of the recipes appealed to me. If you're a collector of cookbooks, want to learn new/old techniques for cooking and baking, and/or like Steampunk, check out this book! I'm going to go bake myself some bacon.
Lori Alden Holuta adds to the depth of her fictional world of Industralia with this cookbook. In the tradition of such "food fic" such as the White House Chef mystery series and LIKE WATER FOR CHOCOLATE, meals and treats play an important part in the author's fiction, so here, she follows up with recipes for the distinctive cuisine. Some may become favorites; at our house, "Coal Cookies" have become a holiday tradition, for little steampunks and not-so-naughty children. Brass-bright bon appetit!
About the Author
Lori Alden Holuta

Lori Alden Holuta lives between the cornfields of mid-Michigan, where she grows vegetables, teas and herbs, when she’s not playing games with a cat named Chives. She’s fond of activities from the past, including canning and preserving, crocheting, reading in the dark, and cooking.

Her lifelong fascination with the Victorian era dovetails nicely with articles she has written for The Primgraph, a magazine which focused on historical eras in virtual worlds, as well as music and book reviews for Steampunk Magazine.

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