It’s time for some more good, old fashioned food porn.
I’m making steady, tasty progress on Wood for Sheep: The Unauthorized Settlers Cookbook. Behold below my biscuit bar (complete with hex shaped biscuits made from scratch), waffle bar (including bananas foster fields) and, because I live in Texas, the Breakfast Taco Bar.
I know you’re all disappointed that “breakfast tacos” aren’t crunchy corn shells full of mashed up blueberry muffins topped with a handful of Cap’n Crunch. They’re basically miniature breakfast burritos,and let me tell you, they’re delicious.
All three of these edible Settlers of Catan boards are meant for a leisurely brunch afternoon full of gaming goodness. The host should be able to put the boards together before anyone arrives and let friends nom off them all day. If you’re a really good host, you’ll leave a big bowl of waffle batter next to a waffle iron and let people make fresh ones (as I call it, “hotel style”) whenever they’re in the mood. For the breakfast tacos, the Geneva convention forbids serving three hour old cold scrambled eggs (though raw eggs in the shell are good for weeks), so leave out a skillet and some butter or oil and you or your guests can freshly scramble an egg in literally two minutes whenever a fresh taco is coveted.
You can find recipes for all of the hextastic goodness in
Wood for Sheep: The Unauthorized Settlers Cookbook.
If this isn’t enough Catan-tastic edible awesomeness for you, check out these book preview posts:
Settlers of the Quick Breads
Settlers of the Mediterranean (Map)
Welcome to South Catan Y’all
Settlers of the Cold Salad
All-American Meatloaf Map
Personalized Settlers Nacho Bar
Settlers of Catan City Pot Pies