The cookbook is being created by chef Amanda Yee. It will contain 90 recipes that are all inspired by the show in some way.
Were you as disappointed as we were when "Friends" came to an end? That show is an institution. We came to love the characters and they felt like a big part of our lives. Is that weird? Well there is good news for "Friends" fans because the official "Friends" cookbook is on it's way.
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When we look back on our favourite episodes of the famous American TV show so many of them involve food or drinks. I mean, the quintessential "Friends" scene takes place in a cafe. Remember that episode where Joey ate a whole Turkey? Or when chef Monica worked for a company who made fake chocolate? We could practically taste the Mockolate!
The official "Friends" cookbook is due to be released in September and we cannot wait to get our hands on it. It features quirky recipes and food ideas that will be a total novelty to fans of the show. Have you ever wanted to make Rachel's trifle? You may remember that Ross described it as tasting like feet and who are we to argue with Ross. It has an interesting mixture of fruit, homemade lady fingers, custard banana and.... beef sautéed with peas and onions. You'll find the full recipe in the official "Friends" cookbook.
The cookbook is being created by chef Amanda Yee. It will contain more than 70 recipes that are all inspired by the show in some way. "Friends" fans can look forward to Joey's favourite meatball sub or Phoebe's grandma's cookies. You will also find Ross' famous leftover thanksgiving sandwich.
According to the recipe book blurb the official "Friends" cookbook offers recipes for chef's of all abilities. You'll love it
"Whether you're a reasoned chef like Monica Geller, just starting a catering business like Phoebe Buffay, or a regular food enthusiast like Joey Tribbiani"
As part of the book chef Amanda Yee offers some alternative serving suggestions. So if meat trifle ain't your thing you will be able to create a delicious version that is a little less Rachel.
The book is available to pre-order on Amazon.