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“Gremlins: The Official Cookbook” to Release in October 2024

Hi everyone!

Gremlins: The Official Cookbook” is one of many Insight Editions books coming this year, and a cover was revealed today! The film “Gremlins” released the year I graduated from high school (1984). “Gremlins: The Official Cookbook” is scheduled to release on October 22nd, 2024 and is available for preorder. The book is authored by Jenn Fujikawa (“The Goldbergs Cookbook“) and Erik Burnham.

Read below for more information on “Gremlins: The Official Cookbook“. There aren’t any interior pages available to look at yet.

Gremlins: The Official Cookbook

Gremlins the Official Cookbook

Break the most important rule, the rule you can never forget, with fifty recipes in Gremlins: The Official Cookbook. But don’t worry, these snacks, appetizers, main dishes, desserts, and drinks can all be eaten well after midnight.

Gremlins are everywhere, messing with everything—your car, your television, your stereos, those little radios you stick in your ears, your watches, and your cookbooks! You better look out for the little green guys with big teeth running around wrecking things, especially family heirlooms. And while Lynn Peltzer got as many out of her kitchen as possible during Gremlins, the rascally creatures still managed to rough up this Peltzer family cookbook. Thankfully, you can still learn to make family-favorite recipes from snacks to desserts, inspired by the Peltzer’s unbelievable story in Gremlins: The Official Cookbook.

Revisit the events of the zany films through delicious Christmas classics, such as Killer Gingerbread Cookies and Sheriff Frank’s Eggnog, and Kingston Falls favorites, such as Dorry’s Tavern Special, alongside Rand’s notes about his quirThe Goldbergs Cookbookky kitchen inventions for Artichoke-Powered Appetizer, Five-Egg Omelet, and Peltzer’s Perfect Mocha.

Gremlins: The Official Cookbook features suggestions for alternate ingredients and tips and tricks if your appliances suddenly go on the fritz—remember, before you call the repairman, turn on all the lights, check all the cupboards, and look under all the pots and pans, because there just might be a gremlin in your kitchen!

 

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