Wolf Sandwich Everyone likes a sandwich, especially when it's cover- ed with hair! Not only does the bread stick to the roof of your mouth, but the fine hairs get stuck between your teeth for added appeal!
Ingredients: Wolf Meat and Bread
Cooking Instructions: Tenderly dump chunks of hairy wolf meat onto a slice of bread. Top with second slice of bread, and serve.
Tastes great with: Vegetable Soup and Ale
Bear Sandwich This stringy, straggly sandwich has a highly robust flavor that con- fuses your mouth so you are never really sure if you have finished eating it.
Ingredients: Bear Meat and Bread
Cooking Instructions: Pile long strings of bear meat onto a slice of bread, trying to keep most of it from hanging over the sides. Top with second slice of bread, and serve.
Tastes great with: Bug Bites and Ale
Mammoth Sandwich Only a fool, or maybe an ogre, would ever think of eating an entire Mammoth Sandwich by himself, but legends of mighty men who swallowed the beast still put forth the challenge to this day.
Ingredients: Mammoth Meat and Bread
Cooking Instructions: Spread of several slices of bread in a long line. Hoist mammoth meat onto bread. Top with several more slices of bread, and serve.
Tastes great with: Cookies and Ale
Muffins Entertainment while you eat! Muffins are a fun and frivolous accompani- ment to any dish. Just toss them across the table and watch them bounce onto your plate.
Ingredients: Clump of Dough, Fruit, 1 Muffin Tin
Cooking Instructions: Pour a clump of dough and some fruit into muffin tins. Bake at extremely low heat to allow batter to gloss and become rubbery. Throw onto plates and serve warm.
Tastes great with: Beer Braised Rat and Short Beer
Uploaded November 27th, 2008 Updated November 28th, 2008