The Witcher Official Cookbook Now Available; Features 80 Recipes

CD Projekt Red has announced that in collaboration with Penguin Random House, The Witcher Official Cookbook is now available for purchase.

Penned by Anita Sarna and Karolina Krupecka and published by Ten Speed Press, this 256-page book contains 80 recipes from The Witcher video game series.

Additionally, a foreword by the author and creator of The Witcher, Andrzej Sapkowski, is included. The book is described as follows:

These dishes celebrate local and seasonal ingredients while adding unique twists that form a culinary map of the Continent and beyond. Warm up over a bowl of fragrant stew or juicy baked fruit from the namesake trees of White Orchard; end a hard journey to Velen with a hearty, rustic meal at the local tavern; enjoy an aromatic snack as you stroll the markets of Oxenfurt; sample dishes from near and far in the diverse port city of Novigrad; dine on freshly-caught fish and mulled drinks on the islands of Skellige; feast on rich dishes in the sun-drenched climates of Toussaint and Beauclair; or forage on the perilous road to Kaer Morhen to learn the edible secrets of the witcher’s keep. 

Transport your kitchen to another world with the tempting scents and flavors in The Witcher Official Cookbook.

You can view preview pages of The Witcher Official Cookbook via our gallery below:

Fans can purchase The Witcher Official Cookbook via various retailers, all compiled via the Penguin Random House website. The digital release is $14.99, while the hardcover variant is $35.00 USD.

In case you missed it, a remake of the first Witcher game using Unreal Engine 5 technology is in the works. CD Projekt Red also announced multiple new incoming games, including from The Witcher series, during their strategy meeting in late 2022. We’ll be sure to update you all on these forthcoming projects.

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt has sold over 50 million units worldwide. Additionally, the trilogy has sold a cumulative 75 million+ units worldwide.

If you missed it, check out our review of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt’s native PlayStation 5 version.

The title currently exists as a free next-generation upgrade for owners of the original and its own standalone purchase.

Players, new and old, can enjoy a plethora of visual and technical improvements, such as ray tracing support, swifter loading times, mod integration within the base experience, and new content inspired by The Witcher series on Netflix. 4K textures and models, a 60 FPS mode, a Photo mode, and cloud saves will also be integrated.

Further, this release includes all previous DLC, such as the “Hearts of Stone” and “Blood and Wine” expansions.

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