Wednesday, March 11, 2009

Cooking Warhammer style

At the recent gathering in Dublin on March 9th, I was explaining how to use Warhammer to cook your dinner. Book of Grudges has reminded me of my drunken ramblings and set me the challenge of typing up my recipe. Other bloggers also have a passion for cooking so we may get a few others to try this.

The principle is that you use in game times to make sure you don't burn your dinner.

How to slow roast a chicken in Lost Vale, using an average group(3-5 Wards).

Needed a copy of Warhammer online

1 good quality whole chicken
Sea salt and freshly ground black pepper
1 large lemon
5 cloves garlic
Fresh thyme
Olive oil
One Blorc
One Chosen
One Magus
One Witchelf
One Disciple of Kayne
One Zealot
You may change any of these classes in preference to your own choice of seasoning.

When you land in Avelorn and are waiting for your inevitably late guild mates, rinse the chicken and pat dry with a paper towel. Rub the chicken inside and out with sea salt and black pepper. Take the whole lemon and carefully pierce a few times. Place the whole pierced lemon, garlic cloves and few sprigs of fresh thyme into the cavity of the chicken.

Turn you oven on to 400 degrees Fahrenheit and leave. Start Lost Vale

Upon killing Arzranok you can place the Chicken in the oven. Kill the trash up to Malghor Greathorn. Before you engage Malghor adjust the heat in your oven to 250 degrees.

Finish the left wing and start on the right. In the right wing as soon as you have killed the Butcher Gutbeater, adjust you oven temperature to 450 minutes. Kill the trash up until Gorak the Ancient.

Remove chicken from Oven and allow it to sit until you have finished the 2nd wing.

It is important that you do not wipe so use a good guide to LV. If you are particularly efficient in Lost Vale advance by one Boss encounter, place chicken in oven at Malghor.

For those of you who prefer a PVP environment the same recipe can be adjusted for zone domination.

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