We can’t wait to try “Milk You Can Chew,” or Phoebe’s grandmother’s famous cookie recipe!
Those who are longtime fans of the show “Friends” tend to be pretty maniacal about it. Thanks to this cookbook that is about to be released, you can now take your fandom to a whole new level. Amazon has already put up a listing for the cookbook and you will be able to order it very soon. Friends: The Official Cookbook is going to offer a wide range of recipes that are designed to cater to chefs of all skill levels.
Whether you’re a top-notch chef like Monica or you are more of a Joey type, there is sure to be something that speaks to you. There are over 50 recipes to choose from, all of which are inspired by the classic sitcom.
All of your favorite meals from past episodes are represented here. Yes, the “Moist Maker” will be on hand. We’re also looking forward to re-creating the “Friendsgiving” feast that Monica had to offer. Perhaps there will even be a recipe for two pizzas so that the Joey fans out there can enjoy their own feast. Chandler stans are sure to enjoy the recipe for “Milk You Can Chew.” Phoebe’s grandmother’s famous cookie recipe is also included.
The cookbook is slated to include dozens of recipes and is going to be available this fall. Since the cookbook is not actually available until September 22, we will have to binge the whole series in order to pass the time. Whether you are signing up for HBO Max or tuning in to Nick at Nite, there is no shortage of ways to spend time with your favorite Friends.
The book price ranges from $18.99-$29.99, a small price to pay in order to have access to recipes that are this delightful. We are already partial to the “Just For Joey” fries but we promise that we would be willing to share with all of our friends and loved ones. Joey’s refusal to share food is highly relatable, though.
In the meantime, be sure to pass this cookbook along, so that your fellow Friends fans can prepare themselves accordingly. If you are anything like us, you are going to be putting your preorder in as soon as humanly possible.SKM: below-content placeholder