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The Unofficial Stranger Things Cookbook: (Pop Culture Cookbook, Demogorgon, Hellfire Club) (Hardcover)
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Eat your way out of the Upside Down with this cookbook inspired by the world of Stranger Things. From comfort food straight from Mrs. Wheeler’s table to fast food from the Starcourt Mall food court, this cookbook features all kinds of recipes that would fit right into both dimensions of 1980s Hawkins, Indiana.
Open a portal to Hawkins, Indiana, with this totally rad cookbook inspired by food Mike, Lucas, Dustin, Max, Will, and Eleven would have eaten in 1980s Indiana. Like a ravenous Demogorgon, you can eat and drink your way out of the Upside Down from breakfast to happy hour, consuming hearty family dinners from the Wheeler's family kitchen or cheap eats made by Jim Hopper himself. Try Dr. Alexie’s Favorite Slushie and dig into creepy Upside Down twists on classic recipes like Demogorgonzola, Stranger Wings, Upside Down Burger, and more! With full-color photography and enough recipes to fuel your own Hellfire Club, this is the perfect cookbook for Stranger Things fans.
60+ RECIPES TO TAKE YOU FROM BREAKFAST TO HAPPY HOUR: This cookbook will make you want to spend a whole day with the Party—start with Eleven’s favorite waffle treats and wind down with a Cuba Libre or mocktail (your choice!)
BACK TO THE 1980s: Dine on homemade comfort food, twists on Hopper’s favorite microwaveable meals, and classic food court eats
About the Author
Tom Grimm, born in 1972, apprenticed as a bookseller and has been working ever since as an author,
translator, screenwriter, journalist, editor, and producer for a number of international publishers. Alongside his
enthusiasm for literature, movies, and video games, he especially enjoys amusement parks, travel, listening to
Rammstein, good food, bad jokes, and firing up the grill year-round. He is a passionate amateur cook, although
not much of a baker. Even so, he has managed to win the Gourmand World Cookbook Award and other
distinctions for his work. Tom lives with his family, a literal pride of cats, and several life-size images of Batman,
Kung Fu Panda, Rayman, and Thrall the Orc. He lives and works in a small town in the west of Germany that is
really and truly nothing to write home about. (Not kidding. Really.)