This is a real thing.
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Yesterday, CD Projekt Red took to Twitter to announce that they have partnered with Anita Sarna and Karolina Krupecka of @WitcherKitchen and @NerdsKitchen to create The Witcher Cookbook. This is a very real thing that is being sold for very real money at a bunch of very real retailers.

The Witcher Cookbook says that it is "an official guide to the food of the Continent." It features 80 recipes that are inspired by the games and is slated to be released on October 25.

And by "inspired by" the recipes found in the game, that shouldn't come as much of a shock. After all, some real-world substitutions need to be made for things like Elf and Onion Soup. Unless, of course, you can find elf meat at your local butcher.

The Witcher Cookbook will be available for $35 in a hardcover release, or you can pick up the Kindle version for $15.

These dishes celebrate local and seasonal ingredients while adding unique twists that form a culinary map of the Continent and beyond. Warm up over a bowl of fragrant stew or juicy baked fruit from the namesake trees of White Orchard; end a hard journey to Velen with a hearty, rustic meal at the local tavern; enjoy an aromatic snack as you stroll the markets of Oxenfurt; sample dishes from near and far in the diverse port city of Novigrad; dine onfreshly-caught fish and mulled drinks on the islands of Skellige; feast on rich dishes in the sun-drenched climates of Toussaint and Beauclair; or forage on the perilous road to Kaer Morhen to learn the edible secrets of the witcher’s keep. Transport your kitchen to another world with the tempting scents and flavors in The Witcher Cookbook.