Today, we have three tasty, easy treats to munch on -- savory mac and cheese bites, keto-friendly roasted cauliflower, and the highly addictive Tim Tam bars.
As Shadowlands quickly approaches, I'm going to share with you one of the main meals I use to keep myself fed when I'm too busy (playing WoW) to step away for more than a minute -- Slow-Cooker Pulled Pork.
We may be reaching the end of spooky season but that doesn't mean the end of eye popping cookies.
I don't remember at what point it occurred to me that NPCs in World of Warcraft have food sitting out on tables, ready to eat, but once I started looking, food was everywhere.
Most of the Overwatch esports personalities I follow on social media are of some kind of intrinsic value to the esport itself.
The Overwatch community has a fixation with food. First it was pancake Lucio, now Junkrat's evil alter ego Dr. Junkenstein himself is cooking up appropriately bizarre Halloween treats.
We went looking for just what went into creating the tasty, gaming-themed treats you'll find on Eat Game Live.
When World of Warcraft first opened its doors, most of the recipes were kind of gross. There were a couple of decent dishes, like Beer Basted Boar Ribs and Herb Baked Eggs. However, most of them were more along the lines of Kaldorei Spider Kabobs or contained that staple of industrial cafeterias, Mystery Meat.
Blizzard's games have inspired creative chefs to make foods that come from or represent these gaming universes — today we've gathered some of our favorites.
The need for immediate sustenance, either during a long gaming session or right after we’ve been glued to a screen for a prolonged period, can often have us reaching for whatever’s most convenient (which, sadly, rarely ends up being what’s healthiest as well).