Two hundred crave-worthy recipes in one beautiful box set—for Gilmore Girls fans who can’t get enough!
In the first Eat Like a Gilmore book, fans of the Gilmore Girls (created by Amy Sherman-Palladino) were treated to 100 recipes for the decadent, delicious, and comforting foods that fueled the science-defying metabolisms of Lorelai (Lauren Graham) and Rory (Alexis Bledel) Gilmore. But that was only a tease. Now fans can make those recipes plus all those other foods that they crave every time they watch an episode: things like pizza, Chinese food, pop tarts, and pies! Here are more favorites from Luke’s (Scott Patterson) diner menu, Sookie’s (Melissa McCarthy) eclectic inn fare, and Emily’s (Kelly Bishop) 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 the two books included in this box set:
Luke’s Cherry Danish
Mrs. Kim’s Eggless Egg Salad from the Dance Marathon
Taylor’s Butter Brickle Crunch Ice Cream
Tacos, burritos, tacquitos, 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, this set 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!
About the Author
Kristi Carlson is a longtime fan of Gilmore Girls and has experience as a cook, baker, and caterer. Eat Like a Gilmore joins her two loves together in one book, and she is thrilled to share her passions with fellow fans of the show. She resides in Burbank, California.
Praise for Eat Like a Gilmore
“The Eat Like a Gilmore cookbook just came out, we're screaming COPPER BOOM . . . It’s finally here, you guys! . . . and we. can’t. stop. cooking!” —HelloGiggles
“ [T]he Lorelai and Rory-inspired cookbook, Eat Like A Gilmore: The Unofficial Cookbook for Fans of Gilmore Girls is finally a reality . . . so let’s get to eating!” —Nerdist
“A tribute cookbook . . . that belongs at the top of your wish list.” —Food & Wine
“[Gilmore fans] stood holding umbrellas in a line that stretched clear out the door of the Hickory Stick Bookshop to get signed copies of the cookbook Eat Like a Gilmore by Kristi Carlson.” —New York Times
“Just in time for Netflix's reboot of the beloved CW series.” —US Weekly
“Yeah, it's unofficial. So what? Eat Like a Gilmore will still be a solid way to prep for the series' fast-approaching revival—and to make sure you discover the sanctity of salmon puffs.” —Thrillist
“Netflix's Gilmore Girls revival will be released next month, which means we need to start planning our binge-watching snack menu ASAP. . . . That's where Kristi Carlson comes in. . . . In the book, you'll find recipes for some of the show's most iconic dishes and drinks.” —Refinery29
“Eat Like a Gilmore cookbook is perfect for people who love food like Rory and Lorelai do.” —E! News
“[Eat Like a Gilmore] might be the next best thing to Sookie.” —Entertainment Weekly
“There's a reason why Lorelai and Rory Gilmore spent the majority of their meals during episodes of Gilmore Girls at Luke's Diner: The food was damn good, and it's definitely worth replicating IRL.” —MTV News
“Looking for the perfect snack to enjoy while binge-watching the new series? Well . . . the Eat Like a Gilmore cookbook has got you covered.” —Teen Vogue
“[I]t’ll bring you just a little bit closer to your dream of watching TV and eating pizza on the couch with Lorelai and Rory.” —People
“A Gilmore Girls-inspired cookbook is just what the world needs.” —Nerdist
“Prepare to finally cook and taste the pure deliciousness of a burger from Luke's Diner.” —Real Simple
“Some people wait a lifetime for a cookbook like this.” —BuzzFeed
On the Gilmore Girls Netflix Revival Phenomenon
“Anyone who has watched [Gilmore Girls] knows that food is at the center of the series.” —Food & Wine
“Forget all the zippy dialogue and complex female relationships, the real heart of Gilmore Girls is food.” —A.V. Club
“This is almost as exciting as the time Rory got into Yale.” —Time Out New York
“The most exciting event of 2016 has to be Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life arriving on Netflix.” —Bustle
“When we needed advice on love, we went to Rory and Lorelai, and when no one understood our coffee addiction, the Gilmore girls certainly did.” —PopSugar