They seem to be complicating cooking way too much for my liking, and Im not sure if I read this correctly but it seems now theres going to be 2 "levels" of feasts, one for larger (25m) raids, this is a major annoyance for a part of the game that no one is really all that interested in. But thats just my 2 cents.
Spider Splatter is a frying pan mace from the Eastern Plaguelands quests, but I'm unsure of whether or not it is transmoggable, I tried it on a 378 epic, but I'm not sure about whether or not it'd need to be a green to transmog.
Ciono, there are 'moggable BoP items for the frying pan and rolling pin, the former from a quest and the latter a drop in Deadmines.
Interesting thought. What if The different races ate differently, just the animations are different or something. For example, the Worgen could eat face first or something, and the Gnomes could have mechanical (potentially explosive or unstable) spoons, forks, chopsticks, etc.
I am interested in understanding the differences between the food stat buffs. I have been watching this progress as beta went on and so far it has not changed. The feast all provide you with 275 (stat) per buff. Banquet Recipe: Great Pandaren Banquet and For myself personally Recipe: Black Pepper Ribs and Shrimp one gives you 275 stats, the other 300. Will this bring back personal accountability to raiding for min/maxing or will it get changed or removed at a later date?
There might be a higher level feast. I'd ask where the "Fish Feast" is, but it seems to "exist."
Trivial, but your pictue of Nomi is now out of date, the new patch added a new model for him. The screenshot can be found on Cooking School Bell and Nomi
It'd be so cool if they'd include more simulation game elements mixed with RPG in WoW (such as growing your own vegetables, have your own farm.. etc...).
nice very nice...
in the AH looking under "containers" there are bags covering all the professions including a "cooking bag". i have looked all over this website and WoW website and i can't find any reference to any sort of cooking bag (reputation reward or recipes to make one). i don't know where else to look or if there is even such a thing as a "cooking bag"
You can buy a Portable Refrigerator from Nam Ironpaw at the Halfhill Market in Valley of the Four Winds.Blizzard originally planned on adding an Engineering made Cooking Bag in Patch 5.2, but ended up being pushed back to a future patch.