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As you may well know, Stardew Valley is a very in-depth game that covers a ton of activities. Between farming, mining, fishing, and foraging, you come into possession of a lot of resources. Players can use them to cook over 70 recipes.
It was announced recently, that developer Eric “ConcernedApe” Barone is making a Stardew Valley Official Cookbook, co-authored by Ryan Novak. Unfortunately, there are no images or sights of the book yet, but there are some detail that can help shape what to expect.
The cookbook will be 176 pages long, with “more than 50 delightful recipes“. Players can learn recipes in-game and use food and items they collect. Obviously, the recipes do not exactly translate to an actual recipe for edible food, but that’s where our authors come in. It will be interesting to see how they make the Algae Soup and Pale Broth appetizing.
The Stardew Valley Official Cookbook appears to be categorizing the dishes based on seasonal popularity. Foods that have ingredients found in Spring are listed appropriately, as it does with Summer, Fall, and Winter foods.
The cookbook will be available on Kindle for $14 and in hardcover for $20. It is expected to come out in mid-April 2024. Meanwhile, the base game continues to be improved upon and added to seven years after its release. Stardew Valley is available on PC, PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and mobile devices.
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