"Cooking Almanac of the Inner Sea" by Jubilost Narthropple

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"Cooking Almanac of the Inner Sea" by Jubilost Narthropple
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"Cooking Almanac of the Inner Sea" by Jubilost Narthropple is a book in Pathfinder: Kingmaker.

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"It is perhaps Avistan's most popular dish. In the capital of Cheliax, it is baked in a cheese crust and sprinkled with lemon juice. The local fisherman use a different cooking methods in Qadira, which is on the opposite end of Avistan. There you will find it finely chopped and mixed [sic] cold ingredients. The exact origin of the dish remains unknown, but it is generally believed to have been invented in Andoran, and spread around the globe by seafarers and pilgrims.

It's served as plain pâté in its most basic version. To prepare it, soak the herring in spiced marinade, then mince it into a spreadable paste. Add a mashed tart green apple, hard-boiled quail eggs, the freshest butter you can find, and half an onion. The list of ingrediants may vary in the inland regions. In the region of Nirmathas, beef or lamb is used for this snack. I once tasted a highly original and equally highly disgusting version cooked with milk and mushrooms on the border of Druma..."