Marvel’s Black Panther The Official Wakanda Cookbook Hardcover – April 12, 2022. Wakanda forever! Celebrate the flavors of Africa with this cookbook inspired by over fifty years of Black Panther comics. Create meals fit for a king with this cookbook featuring over seventy delicious recipes from Wakanda and the African continent. Whether you’re welcoming Wakandan envoys, or simply hosting a watch party with friends, the 70+ African cuisine-inspired recipes in Marvel’s Black Panther: The Official Wakanda Cookbook make it a must-have volume for any kitchen.
- Eat like King T’Challa himself: Featuring classic cuisine such as Roasted Chambo, Braised Oxtail and Dumplings, and Glazed Road Runner Wings, this cookbook is a tribute to culinary traditions from all over the African continent.
- Over 70 incredible recipes: From street food and entrees, to desserts and drinks, you will have recipes for every occasion.
- For all skill levels: Marvel’s Black Panther: The Official Wakanda Cookbook can be enjoyed by people of all ages. The book features accessible, fun recipes for seasoned chefs and beginners alike.
- Be inspired by stunning food photography: Complete with incredible full-color photography recalling the amazing visual splendor of Wakanda, you’ll be inspired to bring a touch of royalty to your kitchen.
- The most delicious addition to your Marvel collection: The perfect companion to any Black Panther collection, the regal and delicious recipes of Marvel’s Black Panther: The Official Wakanda Cookbook make it Insight Editions’ most impressive cookbook yet.
||Insight Editions (April 12, 2022)
||1.95 pounds (0.88 kg)
||8 x 0.7 x 10 inches (20.3 x 1.8 x 25.4 cm)
|Date First Available
Taking a generous amount of Black excellence and mixing it with two parts fantasy, chef Nyanyika Banda managed to come up with an entire Wakanda cookbook.
“The Official Wakanda Cookbook” is one of Marvel’s latest projects and was carefully crafted by the Malawian American chef over the course of three months. More than 70 recipes inspired by the superhero Black Panther’s fictional nation fill the book’s pages, which hit shelves on April 12.
“The cookbook is a story within itself,” Banda explained in an interview with TODAY Food. “For me, a huge part of it was taking what I already know about African foods, and then really doing a crash course learning about ‘Black Panther’ and just Marvel comic universe and as a whole.”
Fans of the “Black Panther” franchise might be intrigued to know that Banda’s cookbook features a new character, too. The book is narrated by a fictional character named Ndi Chikondi, who is credited as the Executive Chef at the Royal Palace of Wakanda. Throughout the story, Chikondi relates how the book’s recipes came about and why they exist as part of Wakandan culture.
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