CULINARY ADVENTURES

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This guide invites you to a journey into the unknown adventures of cooking, brewing and savouring - at least into those regions you are unlikely to know about. Discover exotic ingredients and strange receipts youre palate will never forget!
 

Culinary Adventures

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BARD JUDITH
- 101 Interesting Things to Do with Fungus 6 Download text Read introduction Read text
THAROC WARGRIDER
- The Orcen Larder 10 Download text Read introduction Read text

 
101 Interesting Things to Do with Fungus
1O1 INTERESTING THINGS TO DO WITH FUNGUS 6 PAGES
WRITTEN BY BARD JUDITH Download text Read text

Greetings, fellow fungi-devotees! Your fascination with the mushrooms and mosses of Caelereth has not gone un-noticed: we have slaved many hours to record the practical – or otherwise – usages of these versatile and remarkable growths. Pray take the time to read through our short but delightful essay on a hundred and one wonderful things to do with ...FUNGUS! (Compiled by Masterbard Judith and Dwarven Foodtender Jora Disyrant)

PS. We suggest that this book would make a perfect gift for the family member who spends overlong reading in the privy when there are others lined up to use it. Merely forbid him – or her, we suppose – to take the book INTO the privy and he will be as efficient as humanly possible, in his desire to spend more time finding out about the amazing usages for these fantastic fungi… Return to the top

 

101 Interesting Things to Do with Fungus
THE ORCEN LARDER 10 PAGES
WRITTEN BY THAROC WARGRIDER Download text Read text

After being snow-bound for these six months past in the Kaáer’dar’shin settlement of K’taaj, Ishmael Valaire, researcher for Mistress Azhira, managed to issue a new report regarding his discussions of orcen culture and customs with Ba’kal, the sole inhabitant of the village to claim pure orcen ancestry. This report deals solely with the food he has sampled during the long winter months of the northern regions. Return to the top
 

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