Even fictional characters gotta eat. These are their recipes.
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.
"Ah, the delightful sounds and smells of cooking. And explosions. Or maybe that is just my kitchen... Venture forth into the wilds of your own kitchen to explore the possibilities for flavor and ingredients you encountered in your explorations of Industralia! From carnival peanuts and cotton candy to some hearty meat pies these recipes can help you, or a young friend, cook some of the flavors of adventure." -- Nurseferatu's five-star review
The fictional country of Industralia is populated with creative eccentrics, high-flying airship crews, dazed automatons, brilliantly cracked inventors, adventurous explorers, mischievous kids and more.
What they all have in common is a love of food. Breakfast, especially. Well, not the automatons, of course, though many of those serve as waiters or other food service workers.
To be born in Industralia is to be born a foodie. This cookbook was inevitable. Within these pages you’ll learn how to cook many of Industralia’s favorite foods, from Breakfast right on through to late night snacks. You’ll even learn how to make some traditional “Coal Week” holiday treats. The recipes have been pulled directly from the plotlines of “The Flight To Brassbright”, “The Legend of The Engineer”, and the soon to be released “Down The Tubes”.
These stories are written by Lori Alden Holuta, a self-admitted, utterly hopeless foodie. She lives between the cornfields of Mid-Michigan, where she grows vegetables 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, crochet 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 movie and book reviews for Steampunk Magazine.