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46 Reddit comments about The Redwall Cookbook:

u/Nicoliman · 88 pointsr/AskReddit

Brian Jaques wrote a cookbook.

The Redwall Cookbook

u/fathergraves · 42 pointsr/eulalia
u/drzaeus · 41 pointsr/books

The wife and son occasionally make dishes from the cookbook.

u/dontfeedthenerd · 31 pointsr/pics

One day.. about 2 years ago I decided to nerd the frack out, and do what my username cautioned people never to do.
I decided to make Shrimp and Hotroot soup. Grabbed my Redwall book collection and pulled out as many references to the soup as I could find, put it all into a pot and made something magical. I remember I even used some ground mustard/wasabi powder as a substitute for "hotroot."
3 months later, I found out there was kind of an
Official Redwall Cookbook and that I was apparently really really wrong in my interpretation. DAMN YOU OTTERS!!

u/dumonty · 28 pointsr/funny

I bought the Redwall cookbook when I was younger, had so much fun making all the food from the books!

EDIT:Here's the link for those of you who are interested.

u/fraseyboy · 27 pointsr/pics

I believe he released a Redwall cookbook which has recipes from the series in it.

Edit: Yep

u/CryptidKeeper · 23 pointsr/books

There exists a cookbook of foods described in the Redwall series.

u/AcidCyborg · 22 pointsr/menwritingwomen
u/CalamityJane1852 · 16 pointsr/AskReddit
u/I_Has_A_Hat · 16 pointsr/Awwducational

Apparently he made a cookbook

u/KJBenson · 13 pointsr/4chan
u/Splendidissimus · 11 pointsr/aww
u/[deleted] · 8 pointsr/SRSFoodies

Gotta be the Redwall books by Brian Jacques. Corroboration. A cookbook.

u/travelinghobbit · 6 pointsr/recipes

You want this book, my friend.

u/shmoopie313 · 6 pointsr/books

There is a cookbook. It's awesome. I haven't made everything yet, but the Shrimp n Hotroot soup is just as wonderful as I always imagined it. Next up is Deeper n' Ever Pie :)

Edited to add the link...

u/TheNonCompliant · 6 pointsr/gifs

Been really into finding nostalgic recipes recently so wanted to point out that there’s a Redwall Cookbook by Jacques, along with such online collections as the Kitchen.

Edit: had to add one of the few recipes that contain meat - Grayling à la Redwall

u/allmymoneygoestokpop · 6 pointsr/Art
u/sunnydaisy · 3 pointsr/AskReddit
u/Mischieftess · 3 pointsr/AskReddit

I'll just leave this here... The Redwall Cookbook

u/heres_what_happened · 3 pointsr/books
u/WinterShine · 2 pointsr/books

Non-mobile link.

I really liked the deeper'n'ever pie, and if I recall right it was a fairly straight-forward recipe as well.

u/Absinthe42 · 2 pointsr/AskReddit
u/Ralltir · 2 pointsr/vegan

Totally off topic but there's a legit cookbook with all the delicious sounding food from the books. Haven't tried the pie yet.

u/sealab_2021 · 2 pointsr/Fantasy

There is an actual cookbook too!

Amazon link

u/Casemander · 2 pointsr/IAmA



u/Verudaga · 2 pointsr/todayilearned

Apparently it has very good reviews as well.

Link for the lazy who want to buy it.

u/Morella_xx · 1 pointr/Showerthoughts

Amazon, of course! I just got it myself. Haven't made anything yet, but I'm really excited to.

u/NoSeatNoProblem · 1 pointr/books

Remember, there is a cookbook so you can create your own Redwall feasts at home.

The Cookbook

u/Reverent · 1 pointr/Fantasy

There's a cookbook out for it.

u/plastic_apollo · 1 pointr/AskReddit

Oh, I remember the cartoon!

Here's the cookbook.. It's a little pricey ($16) but the recipes in it are really delicious. I cook more from this cookbook than I do my Paula Deen/Rachel Ray/etc. ones.

If you get it and make the Shrimp and Hot Root Soup (a staple for us).....add panchetta or bacon. You will never know something half so good.

u/pixis-4950 · 1 pointr/doublespeakgutter

thevalrus wrote:

Gotta be the Redwall books by Brian Jacques. Corroboration. A cookbook.

u/Freakjob003 · 1 pointr/Cooking

Heartily agree, so happy this was one of the comments!

I recently bought myself the Redwall cookbook - made Deeper'n'Ever Turnip'n'Tater'n'Beetroot Pie last night, after years of reading about it, and it was delicious! Simple, but delicious.

I'll make the scones with meadowcream next!

u/toastycoconut · 1 pointr/AskReddit

Obviously, anything from Redwall. That food is delicious!