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A taste of cinematic Middle-earth: official recipes

September 15, 2012 at 11:23 am by MrCere  - 

Warner Bros. has released a new site specializing in the tastes of Middle-earth. Featuring such categories as sweets & treats, main courses and breakfast foods, it also provides a way for users to submit recipes. Steven Hunter’s Bombur is featured as the face of Middle-earth culinary delights and his cookbook is a linked tab as well. That may even be a clue into the character but more than that, it is a sign that WB wants to have a little fun with its December tent-pole movie.
The official description says:
Recipes From Middle-earth
Fellow travelers, we welcome you to sample this collection of recipes for authentic Middle-earth cuisine cultivated by the Dwarf Company’s heartiest appetite. Give each dish a rating, and submit your own recipes for others to enjoy and appraise too!

If you missed the link above, the new site can be found at: http://apps.warnerbros.com/thehobbit/recipes/us/

Posted in Character Q&A, Hobbit Movie, Stephen Hunter, Studios, The Hobbit, Warner Bros. on September 15, 2012 by A taste of cinematic Middle-earth: official recipes | Discuss
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5 responses to “A taste of cinematic Middle-earth: official recipes”

  1. That is so fun!! I’ll have to try some of the recipes!

  2. yaya gal says:

    And outcry about linking fat people to cookbooks in 3…2…1…

  3. Someboddy says:

    What next? Middle-earth cleaning products? Dwarven shampoo?

  4. Almatolmen says:

    I wonder if the authors consulted any of the recipe threads on our MB. I’m thinking of “Middle Earth Foodstuffs” and “The Lembas Workshop”.

  5. Catje says:

    Perhaps I missed it? I’ve clicked on the link and got a nice page with Bombur, but no recipes or link to recipes. Any advice?

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