Could we be any more hungry?
No. Not likely. So, it’s a good thing the first-ever “Friends” cookbook will be with us fairly soon.
The show ended 16 years ago, but that doesn’t mean we haven’t all be drooling over chef Monica’s dishes during that time, while binging on endless repeats.
While we stand-by for the long-awaited (and unfortunately delayed!) HBO Friends reunion, we will have a new form of entertainment. Here is the official Friends cookbook in all it’s glory.
Listed on Amazon, and available to pre-order, we can get a sneak peak into what some of the dishes will entail. Monica’s Friendsgiving Feast, Rachel’s Trifle, Just for Joey Fries, Chandler’s “Milk You Can Chew,” Phoebe’s Grandmother’s Cookies and of course, The Moist Maker, will all be making an appearance.
The book will provide Friends superfans with “more than seventy recipes and beautiful full-color [sic] photography”. It will act as “both a helpful companion for home cooks and a fun homage to the show that’s always been there for you”.
Friends: The Official Cookbook won’t hit shelves until September 22, which just so happens to coincide with the show’s 26th anniversary. This may or may not be before the Friend’s reunion, which still has no set release date following a delay to production due to COVID-19.