Star Trek Cookbook

Star Trek Cookbook

Is there one food that humans, Klingons, Bajorans, and Vulcans would like? If so, what would it taste like? How would you prepare it? Could you find all the ingredients locally?This is the task that faces Neelix, chef for the U.S.S. Voyager, every time he takes on the challenge of trying to feed its crew of 140 food critics. But over the course of their journey, Neelix...

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Title:Star Trek Cookbook
Author:Ethan Phillips
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Edition Language:English

Star Trek Cookbook Reviews

  • Sheri_j_m

    One of my favorite cookbooks!

  • Blanche

    A book filled with delicious recipes, that simultaneously caters to my deep-seated love of (almost) all things Star Trek? How could I go wrong here?

    (As a delightfully nerdy aside, for the first birthday I had while we were together, my boyfriend made me a birthday dinner of recipes taken exclusively from this book. Counselor Troi's chocolate raspberry cake was shaped like the eponymous pastry from the game

    )

  • Jeremiah

    An unbelievable read. I actually tried some of the recipes inside and they were brilliant! Even if you are not a Star Trek fan, (I admit it...I am)you will find recipes worth enjoying.

  • Jason Jones

    I loved it. I have made a few of the recipes. Eventually I will try more. No Ferengi food though. Although I love the Ferengi. This book is absolutely wonderful if you are a Star Trek fan. They have recipes from original season through all.

  • Jess

    If you like Star Trek at all and are interested in cooking then this is the book for you. Great recipes and great stories.

  • Jessica

    Fun and fanciful recipe book full of colorfully designed menus and a lot of witty writing.

  • Jordan

    It's sooooo hard to find a reliable Klingon Blood Wine recipe these days!

    An absolutely fabulous concept. I'm glad Neelix (Er, Ethan Phillips) had the gumption to throw these recipes together, alongside meticulous research into the appearances of food stuffs in all of the series, and even a few recipes from

    I lift my glass of Tranya to you, sir!

    In addition to a deplorable lack of photos, this book also suffers slightly in its organization: I really like t

    It's sooooo hard to find a reliable Klingon Blood Wine recipe these days!

    An absolutely fabulous concept. I'm glad Neelix (Er, Ethan Phillips) had the gumption to throw these recipes together, alongside meticulous research into the appearances of food stuffs in all of the series, and even a few recipes from

    I lift my glass of Tranya to you, sir!

    In addition to a deplorable lack of photos, this book also suffers slightly in its organization: I really like the organization by

    series, but I would have appreciated organization by food type. I wanted to make a dessert the other night, and it took me

    to settle on Picard and Troi's Earl Grey Chocolate Cake (good, but a tad sweet for my tastes). Perhaps a hybrid version could keep its current arrangement, but have colored tabs for different food types? I know there was probably a budget for this, so that may be out of the question.

    Even so, I look forward to packing Picard's Teatime Sandwiches for many a work day.

  • John Yelverton

    Fun for the fans, but as a cookbook, it's just average.

  • Alex

    There are some real gems in this book, particularly the recipes provided by the cast and crew (Robert Picardo's penne with asparagus is a regular meal for me now). However, equally, some of the selections are a dubious and the cooking instructions could've done with a bit more editorial care in places. Be warned: the chili pepper ratamba stew is a high-grade lachrymatory agent. Satisfyingly rounded out by background on how the prop cuisine was actually created for the show.

    A unique a

    There are some real gems in this book, particularly the recipes provided by the cast and crew (Robert Picardo's penne with asparagus is a regular meal for me now). However, equally, some of the selections are a dubious and the cooking instructions could've done with a bit more editorial care in places. Be warned: the chili pepper ratamba stew is a high-grade lachrymatory agent. Satisfyingly rounded out by background on how the prop cuisine was actually created for the show.

    A unique artefact for the curious Trek fan.

  • Angela

    I know it's probably cheesy but I just finished watching the entire Voyager Series and really enjoyed it. So, as a cookbook collector I like books from places I've been or movies or shows I enjoy. Fun.

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