This Cookbook Supplement Includes Real Recipes to Eat While Playing D&D

What do you like to snack on while leading your party through dungeon after dungeon and dragon after dragon? Well, if you’re looking for something new to try, check out Antonia Lúpri’s Ravenloft Cookbook. This unofficial supplement for Dungeons & Dragons has a bit of a twist.

While it can be used in game to give your characters some yummy food, all the recipes can actually be made. You can try Deep Fried Crawling Claw Fingers for yourself, although you’ll probably end up needing to sub chicken wings for the crawling claw fingers.

A Ravenloft supplement that contains 23 different recipes for Food and Cocktails which you can prepare yourself for your players! Start with a Deep fried crawling claws appetizer or the Azalin’s Salad and finish your meal with an Intellect Devourer Flambé! But be careful! Antonia, while being a great cook, is cursed! Every meal she draws with her magical brush has a negative side-effect for the one that eats it! But don’t worry! The coin has two sides! Antonia is so passionate when cooking/drawing your food that her positive energy pours into it to give it a positive side-effect as well! So what are you waiting for? Enter the Cornucopia Tavern and taste the dread!

This is a really clever idea in my opinion that came from April Fool’s Day. The supplement was written by Mistfactor Press, Libedrator Earl, and Anne Gregersen. Don’t worry though, this is more than just a cookbook to feed your friends. The supplement also adds the NPC Antonia Lúpri, some quest ideas for players, magical side effects for the dishes, and more.

You can pick up Antonia Lúpri’s Ravenloft Cookbook for any price you deem fit, although DMs Guild does recommend at least $2 for this title.

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