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A fun, easy to use, and indispensable guide to the food of the stars: TheStar Trek Cookbook!Is there one food that humans, Klingons, Bajorans, and Vulcans would like? If so, what would it taste like? How would you prepare it? Could you find all the ingredients locally?This is the task that faces Neelix, chef for the U.S.S. Voyager™, every time he takes on the challenge of trying to feed its crew of 140 food critics. But over the course of their journey, Neelix's learned a few tricks of the trade. He had to, just as a matter of self-preservation.Ethan Phillips, in the persona of Neelix, and William J. Birnes, the New York Times bestselling coauthor ofThe Day After Roswell, throw wide the vaults of interstellar haute cuisine, revealing for the first time the secret preparation techniques behind all those exotic dishes and drinks. The favorite foods of characters from everyStar Trek series and movie are here, all adapted for easy use in twentieth-century kitchens. TheStar Trek Cookbook also features a complete guide for whipping up the all the drinks served at Quark's.
A collaboration between the best-selling author and the actor who portrays
Voyager's Neelix reveals the secret preparation techniques behind interstellar dishes and drinks sampled by both the ship's crew and the patrons of Quark's Deep Space Nine bar. Original.
Number of Pages: 317
Genre: Cooking + Food + Wine
Publisher: Pocket Books
Author: Ethan Phillips & William J. Birnes
Street Date: February 1, 1999
Item Number (DPCI): 248-02-2801
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Star Trek Cookbook
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Giselle — 6 years ago
For the Trekkie and those who cook for them. Real recipes with real ingredients. Lots of Star Trek cuisine and the methods to make them edible and look real. This is a fun book just to read through, with humor and "food" trivia mixed in, as well as some recipes worth trying.see moreof the reviewer's review