World of Warcraft's patch 9.1.5 is updating the Threads of Fate leveling system, including some welcome changes with the "Fill-the-bar" quests now being completable much faster.
While we've been busy collecting Anima and restoring order to the Shadowlands, famed Pandaren chef Nomi has been on a culinary tour across Azeroth, Draenor, and the Shadowlands.
The topic of a neutral Mechagon came up recently, because patch 9.1's new dungeon Tazavesh is so cool, it has people clamoring for a neutral version of it, lamenting that Mechagon didn't get that option either -- but it did.
Children's Week is upon us, which means it's time to endanger a child in Alterac Valley, fly a kite, and visit the bank in Darnassus...
Brussels sprouts, the dreaded green that kids the world over find yucky.
BlizzConline is coming soon, so since we can't celebrate together, it's time to think about throwing your party of one, and these three easy cocktail recipes will certainly help set the mood.
We can't all be like Chaddius, relaxing by a hot spring, sipping drinks -- some of us are in parts of the world where it is so cold your face hurts just being outside, so a warming bowl of soup that really sticks to your ribs is a way of life.
A staple of every raid, the manabun conjured by Mages has been a major part of World of Warcraft from the very beginning.
When I first saw Meaty Apple Dumplings amid the chaos of the other food the Brokers offered to teach me how to cook in Shadowlands, I cracked a joke.
How to make the finest artisanal gingerbread for Greatfather Winter — or at least how to make the finest gingerbread Smokeywood Pastures will sell
Greatfather Winter sure loves his gingerbread, and every Winter Veil he demands cookies in exchange for gifts.