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Farewell to Foie Gras: The Food and Drink of Arduise

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This is a supplement for the Farewell to Fear Progressive Post Fantasy RPG. But you do NOT need Farewell to Fear to benefit from this book. It has no hard rules in it; it's all setting, story hooks, and recipes. It's good reads, as Alton Brown might say.

Farewell to Foie Gras: Selected Logs in a Traveler’s Discoveries of Food and Drink across Arduise, Grand Culinary Traditions to Salve your Mind, Soul, and Body is a setting supplement for Farewell to Fear. Within its pages, you'll find thirteen recipes for both the fantasy world of Farewell to Fear, and for the real world. It's written in-character, exposing all sorts of interesting factoids and story hooks for your Farewell to Fear campaign, as well as offering real world cooking directions for each recipe. 

Highlights include: 

  • Daffodil Pickles
  • Dwarven Fry Coating
  • Effervescent Ginger Brew
  • Oat Gruel

Farewell to Foie Gras offers a unique look at a fantasy setting, and tons of ideas for ways to make your rendition of Arduise stand out as something alive and evolving. If you ever wanted to play a traveling chef in a fantasy roleplaying game (and honestly, who hasn't?), we've got you covered. In Farewell to Fear, Chef is an available character class. 

Each recipe is delightfully rendered by our resident cartoonist, Max Brooks, to give even more personality to the pieces. 

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November 14th, 2012
Whimsical and delightful. Imagine, if you will, setting foot in Patrick Rothfuss's The Name of the Wind or Tolkien's Lord of the Rings. What kind of cuisine do they eat? How do they make it using a woodburning stove? What kind of things do salt-of-the- [...]
October 14th, 2012
This is a delightful addition to any gamer's culinary collection. My gaming crew and I like to do "in character" meals occasionally, and this fits the bill nicely. The writing style is charming, as are the recipes themselves - "Farewel [...]
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This title was added to our catalog on October 12, 2012.