This is the $21 hardcover Fallout Vault Dweller's Cookbook currently available for pre-order (release date October 23rd). It contains over 75 recipes for Fallout game inspired appetizers, soups/stews, sides, main dishes, desserts and drinks (substituting real-life ingredients for of wasteland ingredients, obviously). Some more info while I whip myself up a Nuka-Cola Quantum and see if it's really true my urine will glow for a week. SPOILER: it already does because I eat glowsticks like Go-Gurt.
Craft your own glass of Nuka-Cola, a bowl of BlamCo Mac & Cheese, and more with the recipes in Fallout: The Official Cookbook.
Based on the irradiated delicacies of the world of Bethesda Entertainment's Fallout, this Vault-Tec-approved cookbook provides fans of the award-winning series with recipes inspired by their favorite Fallout foods. Whip up tasty versions of the Mirelurk egg omelette, throw some deathclaw meat on the grill, and re-create BlamCo Mac & Cheese with Fallout: The Official Cookbook.
I can't even tell you how much grilled radroach and mole rat meat I ate during my stay in the wasteland, but it's definitely enough to make me sick if I think about it. And, okay, I did start snacking on some of the remains of human raiders I killed too, especially if they pissed me off during battle. Shoot me in the leg until it's crippled? I'LL EAT YOU. Heck, I might fire the game up tonight just so I can eat some more people. Wait -- who are you calling?
Keep going for a bunch of shots of actual recipes in case you want to start cooking tonight.
Thanks to Mikey B, who agrees the key to eating well in the wasteland is not caring about how much radiation a meal has. That's what Rad-Away is for. I'm addicted to Jet :(