|Title: Uncommon Taste|
|Full Title: Uncommon Taste|
|Author: The Gourmet|
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- Main article: Books (Skyrim)
- A signed copy can be obtained during the Dark Brotherhood quest Recipe for Disaster.
- Balbus is carrying Uncommon Taste along with a fork named Balbus's Fork. He can sometimes be found wandering in parts of Skyrim, unless he has died. Even if dead, the book can still be found on his body.
- Palace of the Kings: Found on the counter in the kitchen area.
- Belethor's General Goods: On the counter he stands at. The book is usually directly to the right of him.
- Understone Keep: Near Anton Virane's Cooking Spit.
- Riftweald Manor: In basement, past a set of traps.
- Dragonsreach, on a bookcase in the upper part of the main area.
- Narzulbur: Can be found next of the spit in the longhouse.
- The Bards College: On the bookshelf in a room. As well as on the night stand of the head chef Bendt (in the kitchen).
- Can be bought from Urag gro-Shub in the Arcanaeum.
- Can be found off a Vampire at Cronvangr Cave in a secret room.
- Can be found on one of the upper floors of Faldar's Tooth.
- Mara's Eye Den - in a box with other books on top of the crates near the entrance.
By opening this volume you have taken the first step on a truly epic journey, a voyage through the vast landscape of Breton food and its myriad joys and wonders. You will explore scents, flavors, and textures so exquisite, they will seem impossible. But they are more than possible!
Indeed, by following the carefully selected recipes presented in this cookbook, you will prepare extraordinary dishes with such ordinary ease, those around you will suspect sorcery. But the only magic is that which exists in your own heart, the passion you possess for creating delicious, amazing food that can be prepared easily and enjoyed endlessly.
Start here, and some day, you too can be a Gourmet!
- 2 1/2 Ounces Cow's Cheese
- 1 Ounce Butter
- 1 Ounce Flour
- 9 Ounces Milk
- A Dash of Salt
- A Dash of Pepper
- A Cupful of Ground Nutmeg
- Stoke the flames of your oven, and achieve a moderate heat.
- Grate the cheese into thin shavings by running a finely honed elven dagger over the block.
- Separate the egg whites from the yolks, and beat the whites vigorously until they thicken.
- Begin preparation of the signature Sunshine Sauce! Melt the butter, and add in the flour while stirring continuously until well blended. Move the misture to a smaller flame and begin gently stirring in the milk. It is crucial that you do not stop stirring! Continue to do so for ten minutes, until the mixture thickens. Then, and only then, will the Sunshine Sauce be considered ready.
- Add the salt, pepper, and nutmeg, and remove from the flame.
- Add in the grated cheese, and then the egg yolks. Stir well until fully blended. Then, gently add in the egg whites with a spoon made of carved hickory wood.
- Gently pour the mix into four stonework souffle' dishes, filling each nearly (but not quite!) to the top.
- Put the dishes in your moderately hot over and shut that door! Keep sealed for 25 minutes, or your scrumptious suns will rise, only fall down flat into the oven's abyss.
- Remove after 25 minutes, and serve immediately.
Behold, the brilliance of the sun, and the exquisite flavor of the Sunshine Souffle'!
Potage le Magnifique
- 4 cups chicken broth
- 4 cups beef broth
- 2 1/2 ounces butter
- 1 wooden flagon of flour
- 1 cup diced carrots
- 1/2 cup diced onions
- Stoke the flames of your open-pit fire, and achieve a low heat.
- Combine all ingredients into a large soup pot.
- Stir vigorously!
- Once hot, pour into earthen soup bowls immediately!
Behold, the Gourmet's signature dish - the Potage le Magnifique!
But wait. I know what you're wondering. "That's it? Is that all there is to it? What's the secret of the Gourmet?"
Do you really expect me to give away the secret to my most popular dish? Well guess what? I will! For that secret, my friends, is YOU! That's right, the Potage le Magnifique is delicious, and extraordinary. Using just the simple ingredients listed, you will create a potage that is both hearty and delicious. But in order to make the Potage le Magnifique truly magnificent, it takes the imagination of a truly inspired chef. Do you have that gift?
I have served bowls of the Potage le Magnifique that have caused grown men to weep with with joy. Can you guess what I added? Can you create... magic?