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100- crave-worthy recipes—for Gilmore Girls fans who can’t get enough! Treat yourself to 100 recipes for the decadent, delicious, and comforting foods that fueled the science-defying metabolisms of Lorelai and Rory Gilmore. Now fans can make the foods that they crave every time they watch an episode: pizza, Chinese food, pop tarts, and pies! Here are more favorites from Luk 100- crave-worthy recipes—for Gilmore Girls fans who can’t get enough! Treat yourself to 100 recipes for the decadent, delicious, and comforting foods that fueled the science-defying metabolisms of Lorelai and Rory Gilmore. Now fans can make the foods that they crave every time they watch an episode: pizza, Chinese food, pop tarts, and pies! Here are more favorites from Luke’s diner menu, Sookie’s eclectic inn fare, and Emily’s fancy Friday Night Dinners . . . plus Korean “health” foods, soda shop favorites, foods for wallowing, and hangover survival food. Here’s a taste of what’s inside: Luke’s Cherry Danish Mrs. Kim’s Eggless Egg Salad from the Dance Marathon Taylor’s Butter Brickle Crunch Ice Cream Tacos, burritos, taquitos, and quesadillas Jackson’s Raspberry Peach Jam The Fiesta Burger from Al’s Pancake World A whole chapter of just pie And so much more! With beautiful photos, helpful kitchen tips, and fun tidbits about the show, Eat Like a Gilmore: Daily Cravings is a must-have for any Gilmore Girls fan. Easy-to-follow recipes make it possible to cook and eat your way through Stars Hollow—and satisfy your own cravings!


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100- crave-worthy recipes—for Gilmore Girls fans who can’t get enough! Treat yourself to 100 recipes for the decadent, delicious, and comforting foods that fueled the science-defying metabolisms of Lorelai and Rory Gilmore. Now fans can make the foods that they crave every time they watch an episode: pizza, Chinese food, pop tarts, and pies! Here are more favorites from Luk 100- crave-worthy recipes—for Gilmore Girls fans who can’t get enough! Treat yourself to 100 recipes for the decadent, delicious, and comforting foods that fueled the science-defying metabolisms of Lorelai and Rory Gilmore. Now fans can make the foods that they crave every time they watch an episode: pizza, Chinese food, pop tarts, and pies! Here are more favorites from Luke’s diner menu, Sookie’s eclectic inn fare, and Emily’s fancy Friday Night Dinners . . . plus Korean “health” foods, soda shop favorites, foods for wallowing, and hangover survival food. Here’s a taste of what’s inside: Luke’s Cherry Danish Mrs. Kim’s Eggless Egg Salad from the Dance Marathon Taylor’s Butter Brickle Crunch Ice Cream Tacos, burritos, taquitos, and quesadillas Jackson’s Raspberry Peach Jam The Fiesta Burger from Al’s Pancake World A whole chapter of just pie And so much more! With beautiful photos, helpful kitchen tips, and fun tidbits about the show, Eat Like a Gilmore: Daily Cravings is a must-have for any Gilmore Girls fan. Easy-to-follow recipes make it possible to cook and eat your way through Stars Hollow—and satisfy your own cravings!

30 review for Eat Like a Gilmore: Daily Cravings: An Unofficial Cookbook for Fans of Gilmore Girls, with 100 New Recipes

  1. 5 out of 5

    Shauna

    I loved the first book, but this one didn't seem to be made with quite that same level of care. Some of the photographs weren't great, some recipe intros were pretty broad/vague (and in one recipe intro Lorelai's name was misspelled), and some recipes didn't have as close a connection to the show as the recipes in the first book. But I am happy to have more recipes regardless. I came across this book while searching for a raspberry peach jam recipe because I wanted some after it was mentioned in I loved the first book, but this one didn't seem to be made with quite that same level of care. Some of the photographs weren't great, some recipe intros were pretty broad/vague (and in one recipe intro Lorelai's name was misspelled), and some recipes didn't have as close a connection to the show as the recipes in the first book. But I am happy to have more recipes regardless. I came across this book while searching for a raspberry peach jam recipe because I wanted some after it was mentioned in an episode, so I'm glad I can live the jam dream at last.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Amy

    I was excited to receive this book thinking it would have recipes just as good as the first book. To be honest this book just seemed like they were reaching for recipes related to the show. There’s a whole section on Mexican and Chinese food with recipes you could find anywhere. Homemade pop tarts sound like a good idea but would the Gilmore Girls make them? No, they would go out and buy them unless Sookie made them. I really did feel like the first book was success and they wanted to cash in on I was excited to receive this book thinking it would have recipes just as good as the first book. To be honest this book just seemed like they were reaching for recipes related to the show. There’s a whole section on Mexican and Chinese food with recipes you could find anywhere. Homemade pop tarts sound like a good idea but would the Gilmore Girls make them? No, they would go out and buy them unless Sookie made them. I really did feel like the first book was success and they wanted to cash in on it again. Personally I think it’s a fail.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Lynda

    I am giving this to another Gilmore fan Fun cookbook.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Amy

    Really unsure why this book has such negative reviews from some people. I did notice a HUGE mistake in the book (one step in a recipe is from a completely different recipe...) and some of the pictures are perhaps a little less creative with their props and things than the first. However, some of the recipes are also just a bit more vaguely attached to the show, so I get that. I still enjoyed it a lot! I almost considered just not bothering with this one after reading the reviews here, but I’m gl Really unsure why this book has such negative reviews from some people. I did notice a HUGE mistake in the book (one step in a recipe is from a completely different recipe...) and some of the pictures are perhaps a little less creative with their props and things than the first. However, some of the recipes are also just a bit more vaguely attached to the show, so I get that. I still enjoyed it a lot! I almost considered just not bothering with this one after reading the reviews here, but I’m glad I read it anyways. A fun companion to the first and a really fun book to own for diehard Gilmore Girls fans.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Lisa

    Just because you have an idea doesn’t mean you should do it. If you do do it, make sure you execute the crap out of it. The food in the pictures looked gross, dude get a better food stylist. The recipe choices did not make any sense to me. The set up of the recipes is awful just awful. Such a waste of my time.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Rebecca Ainscow

    I am a bit baffled by the negative reviews...I do write negative reviews from time to time, but in picking up a book it is never my purpose to nitpick. This is just my overall philosophy. I had a lot of fun reading this, similar to the last Gilmore cookbook. To parody Daniel Webster, it is a silly show and yet, there are those of us who love it. Gilmore Girls is what I turn to when I'm having a really bad day, or bad stretch of days. My friends and I could debate plot lines, character flaws, love I am a bit baffled by the negative reviews...I do write negative reviews from time to time, but in picking up a book it is never my purpose to nitpick. This is just my overall philosophy. I had a lot of fun reading this, similar to the last Gilmore cookbook. To parody Daniel Webster, it is a silly show and yet, there are those of us who love it. Gilmore Girls is what I turn to when I'm having a really bad day, or bad stretch of days. My friends and I could debate plot lines, character flaws, love interests, etc., ad nauseam (okay...we definitely *do* debate them ad nauseam). This book does too!!!! Episodes are rehashed, boyfriends are discussed (is Luke just too moody? Was Max too dull? Is Logan an entitled jerk or charismatic and fun?), and it is just great nostalgia. If Gilmore Girls lifts your spirits, this cookbook will, too. Loses a star because I did not find these recipes as approachable as the first book. I love cooking but there are a few items I don't desire to attempt: deep frying and making pie crust are among them. There, the cost/benefit analysis doesn't really pan out for me and I'd rather just buy it. But if you're up for a challenge and cooking adventure, you might like this more. Most of the taco recipes look really good, and many of the other aforementioned recipes can easily be adapted by, you know, buying a pie crust. Overall, still a great book I enjoy.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer

    There are a few things that make a cookbook great. 1. Pictures - Do the recipes look appetizing? 2. Stories - Did you tell me why this recipe was included? Can I connect with the story? 3. Recipes - Will I actually make these recipes? Eat Like a Gilmore: Daily Cravings meets all three. Looking through the pictures I thought, “Yum.” Reading the stories made me reminisce about the episodes connected to each recipe, my favourites, and the characters I love. And finally, Yes, I do want to make these rec There are a few things that make a cookbook great. 1. Pictures - Do the recipes look appetizing? 2. Stories - Did you tell me why this recipe was included? Can I connect with the story? 3. Recipes - Will I actually make these recipes? Eat Like a Gilmore: Daily Cravings meets all three. Looking through the pictures I thought, “Yum.” Reading the stories made me reminisce about the episodes connected to each recipe, my favourites, and the characters I love. And finally, Yes, I do want to make these recipes. In fact, tomorrow is biscotti day. The recipes may look like they have too many steps, but they’re broken down into small pieces for ease. Even Lorelei could master cooking with this cookbook.

  8. 4 out of 5

    TheBohemianBookworm

    This book is very cute. Nice photographs. Would have liked a few more "everyday" dishes that didn't use fancy cookware, and some more ordinary ingredients. But I am a picky eater and you can find ordinary recipes anywhere. I don't own the first book but if it's like this one I am sure it's good. I love Gilmore Girls and this was a nice gift. This book is very cute. Nice photographs. Would have liked a few more "everyday" dishes that didn't use fancy cookware, and some more ordinary ingredients. But I am a picky eater and you can find ordinary recipes anywhere. I don't own the first book but if it's like this one I am sure it's good. I love Gilmore Girls and this was a nice gift.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Miranda

    Eh. A stretch. And some of the pictures were downright unappetizing.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Terri

    Well written, solid yummy recipes, gorgeous pictures, and great blend of Gilmore girls story into the recipe intros.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer

    Highly recommend for GG fans!!! And fans of great, fun recipes!!

  12. 5 out of 5

    May

  13. 4 out of 5

    Savvy

  14. 4 out of 5

    Nicole France

  15. 4 out of 5

    Lisa

  16. 5 out of 5

    Jessica Wheeler

  17. 5 out of 5

    taylor torgerson

  18. 5 out of 5

    Shanon Queen

  19. 4 out of 5

    James Floyd

  20. 4 out of 5

    Jenn

  21. 4 out of 5

    Kristen

  22. 5 out of 5

    Penny

  23. 5 out of 5

    Clara

  24. 5 out of 5

    Karen

  25. 4 out of 5

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  26. 4 out of 5

    Kathryn

  27. 5 out of 5

    Laurie F

  28. 4 out of 5

    Katie

  29. 5 out of 5

    Shannon

  30. 5 out of 5

    Joanna

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