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A special thanks to Staff User:Asnow89 who started the Book Cooks activity across Wikia along with creating the foundation layout of this post!

This menu is to celebrate the events we experienced with Lockwood & Co. throughout book 1-3; we don't know what's installed for us next (coming this September!), so for now, let's cherish and review the times when Lucy Carlyle was still part of the team!

WikiActivity - menu-01 - Parma ham

Let's get the party started! When Lockwood & Co. celebrated their victory for solving the Chelsea outbreak and surviving fighting against the Source in Aickmere Brothers department store, it was very much festively described in The Hollow Boy, VI: A Face in the Dark, Ch. 26. The Parma ham doesn't need a recipe per se, you just need to buy it, slice it and serve it! The perfect appetizer!

WikiActivity - menu-02 - Scotch eggs

Want to have a dish that includes various components of the food pyramid? The Scotch egg should be more than satisfying! A delightful little snack; just watch out accidentally eating too many... Or you might end up like George Cubbins >:3.

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And believe it or not, we have MORE MEAT! Can't blame the agents who need it to have energy for ghost-hunting!

Apple cinnamon coleslaw
featuring raisins and walnuts
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Holly Munro finally steps in! We NEED some greens! Though not exactly the same as the "walnut, raisin, and goat cheese salad" she prepared in the story, the point of having a balanced diet remains! ♥

Berliner Pfannkuchen
aka "fat jam doughnuts"
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And we simply cannot NOT have some sweets! Ever wondered exactly what kind of doughnuts were piled on George's plate mentioned in The Screaming Staircase, III: The Necklace, Ch. 16? This may not be it, but the well-known Berlin pastry definitely fits the filled-with-jam category! Also a friendly shoutout to the German Lockwood & Co. Wiki!

Which dish is your favorite?

The poll was created at 22:04 on February 19, 2016, and so far 34 people voted.
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