Star Trek Cookbook

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Simon and Schuster, Apr 3, 2012 - Cooking - 336 pages
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's learned a few tricks of the trade. He had to, just as a matter of self-preservation.
Ethan Phillips, in the persona of Neelix, and William J. Birnes, the New York Times bestselling coauthor of The Day After Roswell, throw wide the vaults of interstellar haute cuisine, revealing for the first time the secret preparation techniques behind all those exotic dishes and drinks. The favorite foods of characters from every Star Trek series and movie are here, all adapted for easy use in twentieth-century kitchens. The Star Trek Cookbook also features a complete guide for whipping up the all the drinks served at Quark's.
Fun, and easy to use, the Star Trek Cookbook is your indispensable guide to the food of the stars!
 

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Nephew is 16 and a big science fiction buff. Also at 65 likes to eat a lot. Thought it would be a good way to get him involved with some cooking ideas. Book also has background info on characters and recipes. Order frequently from Overstock and have never been dissatisfied. Read full review

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Overstock delivered my product very quickly I was surprised that it arrived so fast. It was packaged nicely and the book was in perfect condition. The book itself it is outstanding and was the perfect gift for my treky fan! Read full review

Contents

Commander Chakotay i
10
Lieutenant Tom Paris i
17
Lieutenant BElanna Torres i
23
Seven of Nine i
29
Kes i
37
Mr Tuvok i
45
Alan Sims on Voyager Food Props i
56
two TH CREW OF TH
65
Major Kira Nerys i
179
Dr Julian Bashir i
186
Quark i
197
Alan Sims On How to Recreate Quarks Bar i
219
The Klingon Deli i
230
Alan Sims on Klingon Food i
239
Gul Dukat i
243
Garak i
251

Finagle s Folly i
84
three THE CR6W OFTH6
91
Afternoon Tea with Captain Picard i
103
Ro Laren i
111
Worf i
124
Commander Deanna Troi i
133
Data i
137
Geordi La Forge i
143
Chief Miles OBrien i
149
Commander Benjamin Sisko i
155
Jadzia Dax
174
Top Ten Reasons the Crew Hates Neelixs Cooking
257
Goorizian Fish Stew
264
Laurellian Rice Pudding
271
Traggle Nectar
278
Alfarian Hair Pasta
284
Mool
285
Iced Neth
291
The Lost Crustacean
298
Gaborsti Stew
304
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Ethan Phillips was born into a restaurant family. His father was the owner of the famous New York steak house Frankie and Johnnie's, which still serves up the most delicious sirloin in all of Manhattan. Striking out on his own, Ethan, who plays Neelix on Star Trek: Voyager, became an actor as well as the author of the play Penguin Blues. He has acted in many of the major regional theaters across the country as well as on and off Broadway, and has appeared in many television shows including Star Trek: The Next Generation, NYPD Blue, Chicago Hope, Murphy Brown, HBO's From the Earth to the Moon, and Benson. His feature films include Jeffrey, Civil Action, For Richer or Poorer, Greencard, The Shadow, Lean on Me, Wagons East, and Man Without a Face, among others. Ethan acts, writes, cooks, and lives in Los Angeles with his wife, Patty, an artist.

William J. Birnes, PhD, publisher of UFO Magazine, is the coauthor of the New York Times bestseller The Day After Roswell with the late Lt. Col. Philip J. Corso; the coauthor of The Riverman and Signature Killers with Robert Keppel, Ph.D.; and the editor-in-chief of The McGraw-Hill Personal Computer Programming Encyclopedia. Dr. Birnes lives in Los Angeles and New York with his wife, novelist Nancy Hayfield.

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