When I gathered ingredients for Yeto’s soup during Twilight Princess, I wondered what the finished product would taste like. The way it perked Yeta up, it had to be pretty good. I really wish the game included an actual recipe so I could fix up a pot for myself, especially considering that I was just as sick as Yeta during my first playthrough.

Thanks to the new cookbook Fry Scores: An Unofficial Guide to Video Game Grub by Holly Greenyou can cook up Yeto’s famous soup, and it sounds divine. With the creamy pumpkin base topped with savory salmon, the hearty, Superb Soup is bound to warm you up on a wintry evening. I’m getting hungry just thinking about it! The book also includes 23 other culinary delights from titles such as Kirby and The Sims. 

Not an experienced chef? Not a problem! Fry Scores is appropriate for cooks of all levels. It includes easy to follow instructions along with tips for beginners. The book also incorporates full color photos of the various dishes, photographed by the author herself.

This is the second cookbook by Holly Green, her first being Healthy Mumma Healthy Bubba: Cookbook and Wellbeing Guide for ToddlersFry Scores is available for purchase on iTunes for $5.99.

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  • Holly

    Hey Amanda! Just wanted to let you know that I am actually not the author of the book cited at the end of this article, the one about toddlers. I merely share the same name with the author, thus iTunes links me as though we are the same person. Fry Scores is my first cookbook. Thanks! 🙂