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    We Made Food From The "Outlander" Cookbook And It Was Amazing

    Ready for a sasseSNACK?

    We're Keely, Sheridan, and Casey.

    We're three people who all agree that Outlander is the freakin' best.

    So when we heard that there was an OFFICIAL Outlander cookbook called Outlander Kitchen, we kiiiiiind of lost our cool.

    After a brief freakout, we decided to get down to business and make three of the yummiest-looking recipes.

    Keely's attempt:

    Rating on a scale of 1 to 5 Jamie Frasers:

    Sheridan's attempt:

    I'm one of those people who think chicken is for vegetarians — I. Love. Meat. So of course I had to make a nice, juicy roast to celebrate Jamie's and my — I mean, Claire's — wedding.

    Difficulty level: I imagined making a roast to be some crazy elaborate process but this honestly was so easy. After whipping up the marinade, I let the meat sit. Then I popped it in the oven for a little over an hour (the author recommends 30-34 minutes per pound for medium). I did a face mask, cried over an episode of Outlander, and checked the meat once or twice to see where the temperature was. That's right, I used a meat thermometer and I feel classy AF.

    How'd it taste? Um, delicious. That roast was j-u-i-c-y. Everyone at work scarfed it down and one of my coworkers, Javi, even asked to take half of it home. If that isn't success, I don't know what is.

    Rating on a scale of 1 to 5 Jamies:

    Casey's attempt:

    Rating on a scale of 1 to 5 Jamies:

    Get lots of other Outlanderish ideas in the official book, available here.

    And you can check out the author's website,

    Now go forth young lads and lassies, and nom nom away!