I wonder will there be a concentration on recipes and finding different spices that could be reflected into real life, so-to-speak. Like how we would need 2-cups of water, 1 egg, 1/2 cup a sugar, 3 cups of flour. a teaspoon of salt. etc. Where we could make it in real life if we wanted. This would add an extra level of realism an also would allows us to cook our own renditions in game! What do you all think? ?Baroness BorgKitten? wrote: "I think that this is an amazing idea! No other MMO has done that before so I think that would be something special. The recipes would have to be tested beforehand to make sure that they would be delicious enough for the masses. But even if it's just the average cook crafting, I would love to look the items up on google & try my hand at preparing them. Also, I have thought about this since I saw these guys during Kickstarter http://www.hearthofbritannia.com/, a cookbook containing popular dev team & player recipes would be cool. We could have a section in the SoTA forums where people could post their recipes & we could rate them, if the rating is high enough, the recipe makes it into the cookbook. The cookbook could be bought for use in your in game house & eventually would be available at the SoTA store for a physical copy, every year we could make a new cookbook. Wouldn't it be cool to know what Richard Garriot's favorite dish is, Firelotus, Stephen & Chris' etc." I think that having the ability to find a recipe and apply into real life makes total sense for a game that has cooking and such in it. The monotony of finding a sack of flour, and using an entire sack of flour for one loaf of bread was entirely inaccurate back in the day. The kind of recipes used in Shroud of the Avatar, could be reflected into real life recipes and made at home by anyone who wishes to do so. for instance, To bake a loaf of bread, there should be a real amount of ingredients that are measurable, or at least provide the player with the option to read or print the actual recipe to put one page of lore back into the recipe pocket of the masses. All of us over at MGT470 love this idea. What do your developers think, and what does everyone else think about this idea as well?