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Stardew Valley: Cook Every Recipe

Hey Gourmet Chef! I will guess that you want to cook every possible recipe in Stardew Valley. If so, you came to the right place. There is 71 different recipes in Stardew Valley. Quite a lot cooking if you ask me! But maybe it’s just the right amount, if you are thinking about getting a Gourmet Chef achievement. They don’t name you a chef for no reason!

There are many ways in which cooking in Stardew Valley is beneficial. Various dishes are needed as quest items, some dishes make great gifts to some of the NPCs, cooked meals can give you extra energy, improve your skills, or simply restore your health or energy when needed.

However, if you ended up here, you are probably after the Gourmet Chef achievement. To cook something you will need to know recipes of course. There are various ways of getting recipes, however this is not the place to discuss them. Say, you already have all the recipes in Stardew Valley.

I don’t like cooking in real life, so I prefer not to cook in Stardew Valley as well (matter of principle perhaps?). Despite all the benefits that it can bring, I only started wondering about that kitchen in my house when the quest item was a meal and after that when I decided it was high time I got that Gourmet Chef achievement. If you are at least a bit like me, you will enjoy this list of all the products that are required to cook every possible recipe in Stardew Valley.

Here’s what you will need and where to get those items (mind you, you will need to keep Fried Egg, 2 plates of Hashbrowns, Pancakes, 2 Tortillas, 3 loafs of Bread, and an Omelet for other recipes, the ingredients for these extra dishes are included in the list, though):

  • Egg - 8, get some chickens, obviously
  • Milk - 12, get a cow and a Milk Pail
  • Cheese - 3, craft a Cheese Press and put Milk into it (1 Cheese requires 1 Milk)
  • Mayonnaise - 2, craft a Mayonnaise Machine and put Egg into it (1 Mayonnaise requires 1 Egg)
  • Void Mayonnaise - 1, you still need that Mayonnaise Machine, this time put 1 Void Egg inside
  • Wheat Flour - 21, acquire Mill and put Wheat inside (1 Wheat Flour requires 1 Wheat), or you can just buy it at Pierre’s General Store (or JojaMart if you’re heartless)
  • Vinegar - 4, buy at Pierre’s General Store
  • Oil - 11, acquire an Oil Maker and put 1 Sunflower or 1 Corn into it, you can buy it at Pierre’s as well.
  • Sugar - 16, acquire Mill and put Beet inside (1 Beet will result in 3 Sugar), you can also buy it at Pierre’s or JojaMart
  • Rice - 2, buy it at Pierre’s General Store on at JojaMart
  • Coconut - 1, forage in the Calico Dessert
  • Maple Syrup - 1, craft a Tapper and put it on a Maple tree, then wait a few days
  • Cave Carrot - 5, forage in the Mines
  • Bream - 1, river fish, can be caught in any season
  • Periwinkle - 2, freshwater fish, can be caught with a crab pot
  • Carp - 4, lake fish, can be caught in any season
  • Largemouth Bass - 1, mountain lake fish, can be caught in any season
  • Shrimp - 1, ocean fish, can be caught with a crab pot in any season
  • Green Algae - 5, fishing item, can be acquired in any place but the farm pond
  • White Algae - 2, fishing item, can be acquired in any place but the farm pond
  • Seaweed - 1, fishing item, can be acquired in any place but the farm pond
  • Clam - 1, fishing item, can be acquired in the ocean using a crab pot, can also be foraged from the beach
  • Lobster - 1, ocean fish, can be caught with a crab pot in any season
  • Snail - 1, fishing item, can be caught in freshwater using a crab pot in any season
  • Crayfish - 1, fish, can be caught in freshwater using a carb pot in any season
  • Mussel - 1, fishing item, can be acquired in the ocean using a crab pot, can also be foraged from the beach
  • Crab - 1, ocean fish, can be caught with a crab pot in any season
  • Dandelion - 1, forage in spring
  • Leek - 1, forage in spring
  • Morel - 1, forage in spring
  • Apricot - 1, you’ll find it on the Apricot Tree in spring
  • Cauliflower - 1, cultivate in spring
  • Parsnip - 2, cultivate in spring
  • Blue Jazz - 1, cultivate in spring
  • Green Bean - 2, cultivate in spring
  • Potato - 2, cultivate in spring
  • Garlic - 2, cultivate in spring
  • Rhubarb - 1, cultivate in spring
  • Kale - 2, cultivate in spring
  • Sunfish - 1, river fish can be caught in spring or summer
  • Eel - 2, ocean fish, can be caught on rainy days of spring or fall
  • Fish - 2, any kind of fish will do (just leave the recipes that require any kind of fish to be the last ones that you cook - you don’t want the game taking the specific fish randomly, that you will later need for some other recipes)
  • Fiddlehead Fern - 1, forage in summer
  • Tomato - 6, cultivate in summer
  • Blueberry - 2, cultivate in summer
  • Radish - 2, cultivate in summer
  • Corn - 2, cultivate in summer or fall
  • Poppy - 1, cultivate in summer
  • Melon - 2, cultivate in summer
  • Hot Pepper - 2, cultivate in summer
  • Red Cabbage - 3, cultivate in summer
  • Rainbow Trout - 1, river and mountain lake fish, can be caught in sunny summer days
  • Blackberry - 2, forage in fall
  • Common Mushroom - 3, forage in fall or spring
  • Hazelnut - 4, forage in fall
  • Wild Plum - 2, forage in fall
  • Apple - 1, you’ll find it on the Apple Tree in fall
  • Amaranth - 1, cultivate in fall
  • Artichoke - 2, cultivate in fall
  • Beet - 1, cultivate in fall
  • Yam - 2, cultivate in fall
  • Cranberries - 4, cultivate in fall
  • Bok Choy - 1, cultivate in fall
  • Pumpkin - 3, cultivate in fall
  • Eggplant - 2, cultivate in fall
  • Salmon - 1, river fish, can be caught in fall
  • Winter Root - 1, forage in winter
  • Squid - 1, ocean fish, can be caught in winter
  • Sea Cucumber - 1, ocean fish, can be caught in fall or winter
  • Tuna - 1, ocean fish, can be caught in summer or winter
  • Sardine - 2, ocean fish, can be caught in winter, spring or fall

Simply collect everything from the list, put all of it in your fridge (well, everything won’t fit in your fridge, but you can separate it into a few groups of items, remember that you can use items that you have in your bag for cooking as well) and start cooking right away.

If there are only a few specific dishes left that you haven’t cooked yet, you can find them in the another gamespedition entry alongside with the ingredients required for cooking.

Happy cooking, Gourmet Chef!

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Stardew Valley: The 16 Best Recipes

There are dozens of recipes that can be used to cook different meals in Stardew Valley — many of which have stat-increasing buffs or effects that will help in a variety of situations. Some of these increase your resistance to monsters while others make you a better farmer.

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But, some recipes are better than others. Which ones should you focus on when diving into the mines or going fishing on a rainy night? This list is not an exhaustive one of every recipe, but instead the ones that will probably help you the most in general.

Updated on July 10, by Michael Christopher: There's always time for a little cooking in Stardew Valley, whether to help in the mines or give you a bit of a Luck boost. No matter what you're looking to do around the valley, these recipes are sure to help. We've refreshed this list to improve the readability.

16 Ginger Ale

DishBuffsIngredientsDurationHealth RestoredEnergy Restored
Ginger Ale5 minutes2863

A new recipe added in the update is Ginger Ale. This fizzy drink is a great thing to bring when heading to the Mines, Skull Cavern, or the new Volcano dungeon. It'll take three Ginger (foraged on Ginger Island) and a bit of sugar to make it. You can obtain the recipe from the dwarf vendor on the fifth floor of the Volcano dungeon for 1,g.

When consumed, Ginger Ale adds a +1 boost to Luck for five minutes. However, what makes this so great is that it's a beverage, so it'll stack on top of food that offers Luck, such as a Lucky Lunch or Spicy Eel.

15 Fruit Salad

DishBuffsIngredientsDurationHealth RestoredEnergy Restored
Fruit Salad
  • 1x Blueberry
  • 1x Melon
  • 1x Apricot
N/A

This recipe offers the most Health out of every recipe in the game, with a whopping points. It also provides points of Stamina, making it a powerhouse for stat recovery. The earliest this recipe can be obtained is by watching The Queen of Sauce on Fall 7 of Year 2, but luckily obtaining the ingredients is a little easier.

The recipe takes one Melon, one Blueberry, and one Apricot, all of which can be bought as seeds from Pierre's and grown on the farm. It's definitely worth keeping some of this salad around if you find yourself using a lot of stamina or taking a lot of damage quickly. ConcernedApe really wants you to eat your fruits!

14 Triple Shot Espresso

DishBuffsIngredientsDurationHealth RestoredEnergy Restored
Triple Shot Espresso4 minutes, 12 seconds38

As you explore the valley, you might start to grow tired of how long it takes to walk from place to place. A horse can help, as can a Return Scepter. But, what's more readily available and will give you a quick jumpstart every morning? Some Coffee! Of course, the classic Coffee is great, offering a Speed boost for just over a minute. But, why not crank it up a notch?

Triple Shot Espresso, created using three regular Coffees (or purchased), will you give a Speed boost for more than four minutes. Both of these "dishes" will give you +1 Speed, but the Espresso lasts way longer. You can buy the recipe from Gus for 5, gold.

13 Sashimi

DishBuffsIngredientsDurationHealth RestoredEnergy Restored
SashimiN/A3375

Sashimi, the art of slicing raw fish into very thin pieces, makes an appearance in Stardew Valley as a dish. This dish can be created using basically any fish in the game. You'll receive the recipe from Linus in the mail after reaching three hearts with him.

What makes Sashimi so great is not the buffs it offers, as there are none, but because of its general availability and usefulness.

When diving deep in the various mines, you can stack food to keep you alive and energized, and Sashimi is one of the easiest to get your hands on. Use all those Snails and Periwinkles from your Crab Pots to make an incredible quantity of Sashimi. It can also be made from a wide variety of common fish to increase their sell price, since Sashimi sells for more than many fish do.

12 Complete Breakfast

DishBuffsIngredientsDurationHealth RestoredEnergy Restored
Complete Breakfast
  • +2 Farming
  • +50 Max Energy
  • 1x Fried Egg
  • 1x Milk
  • 1x Hashbrowns
  • 1x Pancakes
7 minutes90

Loved by Alex, the Complete Breakfast is a great way to start your day, especially if you have some work to do around the farm. This hearty meal provides an astounding energy and 90 health. It takes a Fried Egg, a Milk, a plate of Hashbrowns, and a serving of Pancakes to cook this dish.

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With all of that food, you can expect quite the satisfying start to your day. The Complete Breakfast will grant you +2 to Farming and +50 Max Energy, too. This is an absolute beast of a dish that everyone should keep on hand. The Queen of Sauce will teach you the recipe on Spring 21, Year 2.

11 Farmer's Lunch

DishBuffsIngredientsDurationHealth RestoredEnergy Restored
Farmer's Lunch5 minutes, 35 seconds90

Once you've gulped down your Complete Breakfast and broken a sweat tending to the crops and caring for the animals, you'll want to take an afternoon break and chow down on some Farmer's Lunch. This great recipe offers not only excellent health and stamina regeneration but provides a +3 boost to your Farming skill for over 5 real-time minutes.

The recipe is also simple, taking one Omelet and one Parsnip — one of the fastest and easiest crops to grow in the game. You'll unlock this recipe once you reach Level 3 in Farming, making it a great early-game recipe to have.

10 Miner's Treat

DishBuffsIngredientsDurationHealth RestoredEnergy Restored
Miner's Treat
  • 2x Cave Carrot
  • 1x Milk
  • 1x Sugar
5 minutes, 35 seconds56

After reaching Mining level 3, you'll be able to create this rainbow lollipop called the Miner's Treat. It can also be found in treasure rooms in Skull Cavern or bought from the Dwarves (one in the Mines and one on level 5 of the Volcano) and Krobus (on certain days).

If you're diving into the Mines or the Skull Cavern, this is a handy go-to snack. Not only will it recover 56 health points and energy, but it'll add +3 to your Mining skill, which will make your Pickaxe more efficient. It also increases Magnetism by +32, meaning you'll be able to pull in items from further away and not miss them. It's made from two Cave Carrots, plus a Sugar and a Milk.

9 Pumpkin Soup

DishBuffsIngredientsDurationHealth RestoredEnergy Restored
Pumpkin Soup7 minutes, 41 seconds90

While you're in the mines, the Miner's Treat will definitely help in terms of the actual mining. But, there are also going to be a ton of enemies flying your way and trying to knock you out. This is where Pumpkin Soup can come in handy.

This recipe, which is given to you by Robin after reaching seven hearts with her, will buff your Defense by +2, which is fantastic. It'll also add +2 Luck, which is great when mining. It costs just a single Pumpkin and a Milk to create and will restore energy and 90 health.

8 Trout Soup

DishBuffsIngredientsDurationHealth RestoredEnergy Restored
Trout Soup
  • 1x Rainbow Trout
  • 1x Green Algae
4 minutes, 39 seconds45

For many players, the early game is a struggle financially. It's hard to get a profitable farm up and running in the first few weeks, so many turn to fishing. Fishing can be profitable if done right, but it's difficult without a better rod or high Fishing level.

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This is where Trout Soup can be a blessing. This soup, which is made with Rainbow Trout and Green Algae, adds +1 to Fishing. It's learned from the Queen of Sauce on Fall 14 of Year 1. It's not the best Fishing buff in the game, but it's easily available from Willy's shop from the start. It's an easily-acquired and invaluable dish for the early game.

7 Seafoam Pudding

DishBuffsIngredientsDurationHealth RestoredEnergy Restored
Seafoam Pudding
  • 1x Flounder
  • 1x Midnight Carp
  • 1x Squid Ink
3 minutes, 30 seconds78

Once you've moved past the need for a single point buff in Fishing from Trout Soup, you'll need a recipe that really packs a punch for your Fishing skill. This is where Seafoam Pudding will come in handy. You'll learn it at Fishing Level 9 — it's made from a Flounder, a Midnight Carp, and some Squid Ink. It'll add a whopping +4 to Fishing.

You'll want to make a couple of these if you're hunting the Legendary Fish. These five fish are extremely difficult to catch, so anything helps. But, Seafoam Pudding will really increase your chances. This dish can also help you get a special item that we won't spoil here!

6 Eggplant Parmesan

DishBuffsIngredientsDurationHealth RestoredEnergy Restored
Eggplant Parmesan4 minutes, 39 seconds78

This vegetarian classic can be learned by reaching seven hearts with Mayor Lewis, who will then send you the recipe. The dish itsellf also be purchased from Krobus or Gus on a rotating basis. All it takes to make is an Eggplant and a Tomato.

Eggplant Parm is a great choice for mining. For almost a full five minutes, it'll buff your Mining skill by a point and add +3 to your Defense. This is extremely useful in combatting enemies, especially at such a cheap ingredient cost.

5 Crab Cakes

DishBuffsIngredientsDurationHealth RestoredEnergy Restored
Crab Cakes
  • 1x Crab
  • 1x Egg
  • 1x Oil
  • 1x Wheat Flour
16 minutes, 47 seconds

A strong appreciation of Crabs runs through this game, not just from Willy's love for the sea critters, but from the ability to raise and cook with them as well. Crab Cakes are an excellent recipe that can be obtained on The Queen of Sauce's Fall 21 broadcast of Year 2. With one Crab, one Egg, some Wheat Flour, and some Oil, you'll have a massive stat regeneration dish that also gives +1 each to Speed and Defense.

The buff lasts for over 16 minutes and is excellent for those trying to make their way through the Skull Caverns quickly. They even have a 50% chance of being dropped by Iridium Crabs in the Caverns, making it quite convenient (not to mention a lifesaver).

4 Roots Platter

DishBuffsIngredientsDurationHealth RestoredEnergy Restored
Roots Platter
  • 1x Cave Carrot
  • 1x Winter Root
5 minutes, 35 seconds56

If you're struggling against enemies that just won't seem to die, you could try and find a stronger weapon or the right Ring or you could eat the Roots Platter. This fantastic dish consists of Cave Carrot and Winter Root and gives a +3 buff to Attack, the strongest Attack buff from any recipe.

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The Roots Platter is unlocked by reaching Combat Level 3, which is early enough to be super helpful in Stardew's mines. Plus, you'll naturally run into Cave Carrots while mining, making it a win-win situation for everyone involved except the monsters.

3 Lucky Lunch

DishBuffsIngredientsDurationHealth RestoredEnergy Restored
Lucky Lunch
  • 1x Blue Jazz
  • 1x Sea Cucumber
  • 1x Tortilla
11 minutes, 11 seconds45

It's unclear what it tastes or feels like, but the Lucky Lunch is a Stardew classic. It's taught to viewers of the Queen of Sauce on Spring 28 of Year 2. It requires a Sea Cucumber, a Blue Jazz, and a Tortilla. It can also appear in Krobus' shop, the Saloon, or at the Traveling Cart.

This strange meal will add a fantastic +3 to your Luck stat. This is an extremely good buff, especially when doing anything that requires a bit of luck, like trying to find a Prismatic Shard. Remember, food and drink buffs stack separately, so if you really want a Luck boost, you can drink some Ginger Ale on top of eating the Lucky Lunch for a total of +4 Luck.

2 Survival Burger

DishBuffsIngredientsDurationHealth RestoredEnergy Restored
Survival Burger
  • 1x Bread
  • 1x Cave Carrot
  • 1x Eggplant
5 minutes, 35 seconds56

This recipe is for the foraging addicts — those players who love collecting everything in sight. If it's on the ground, it's up for grabs! The Survival Burger, besides looking extremely tasty, provides a +3 buff to Foraging, which also makes your axe proficiency much stronger. Being able to quickly chop down a bunch of trees and harvest tons of wood will speed up the crafting and production of your entire farm by a considerable amount.

This recipe unlocks at Foraging level 2, making it an amazing early-game support for initial building and crafting.

For those looking to get closer to Emily, she also loves this dish, for some reason.

1 Spicy Eel

DishBuffsIngredientsDurationHealth RestoredEnergy Restored
Spicy Eel7 minutes51

You'll want different buffs when mining, or engaging in various other tasks around the valley. Often, you could use a bit more Luck, as well as the ever-present need for more speed. Well, you can't go wrong with the Spicy Eel dish. It'll add +1 to Luck and +1 to Speed. If you're trying to get to the th floor of Skull Cavern, Spicy Eel will be your best friend. You'll feel like a ladder-finding machine.

George sends you this recipe after you reach seven hearts with him. It takes a Hot Pepper and an Eel to make, meaning it's a cheap dish to make, too. Plus, the buffs last for seven minutes, which is much longer than many other recipes.

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Stardew Valley: How to Cook

By Sam Woodrick

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Cooking in Stardew Valley allows players to use their crops and animal products as ingredients in a variety of helpful and yummy recipes.

There are many crafting recipes that players have access to in Stardew Valley in order to enhance their farm lives. While many of these recipes are for buildings, machines, and pathways, there are also many different cooking recipes.

With players needing to keep track of both their health meter and energy meter in Stardew Valley, cooked food can be game-changing. Unlike many other raw foods, many of the cooked recipes provide nearly enough health and energy to completely fill players' meters back up.

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Before players can actively create these helpful items, they will need three things. These are ingredients, recipes, and a place to cook. Here is how to acquire all of these things in Stardew Valley.

The first thing that players will need to cook in Stardew Valley is a place to do it. There are two different places with the first place that the majority of players will have access to being in their farmhouse. In order to cook at home, players will need to upgrade their house for the first time.

Players can upgrade their Stardew Valley farmhouse by talking to Robin while her shop is open in her home. The first upgrade will cost the player 10,g and pieces of wood. Once it is completed, players will have access to their own kitchen.

Inside the players' kitchen, there will be a stove and a fridge. The fridge functions as a chest that can hold food items as well as serve a special function while players cook. This includes fruits, vegetables, animal products, and fish caught in Stardew Valley. By using the stove, players will get a special crafting menu with all of the cooking recipes they've learned. If they have the needed ingredients for the recipe in their inventory or in the fridge, they will be able to craft it.

Another place players can cook is anywhere as long as they use a cookout kit. It can be crafted using fifteen pieces of wood, ten pieces of fiber, and three chunks of coal after players reach Foraging level nine. When placed, it will serve as a substitute for the player's stove without access to the fridge and will disappear after the day ends. Players will still have access to all of their cooking recipes.

Players will automatically start with a recipe for a fried egg, which requires only one chicken egg. More recipes can be bought from stores, learned from the Queen of Sauce on TV, and given by friends from Pelican Town. Many of these recipes also have added effects after players eat them that help with farming, combat, and many other actions.

Stardew Valley is available now on Android, iOS, PC, PS4, Switch, Xbox One.

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Stardew Valley: All 74 Kitchen Recipes (& What The Meals Sell For)

A complete list of every recipe in Stardew Valley including the ingredients needed, how to obtain them, stat buffs, and sale price.

Cooking in Stardew Valley is a great way to regain health and energy, boost stats, and increase friendship with villagers by handing out cooked meals as gifts. Players can access cooking once they've completed the first upgrade to their farmhouse, which adds a kitchen complete with stove and fridge. Players can cook with the stove and store up to 36 items in the fridge that can be directly used for cooking like the items in the pocket inventory. Many ingredients make sense as Stardew Valley aims for a realistic farming experience. This list will go over all 74 recipes.

Before being able to cook a dish in Stardew Valley, a player must first learn its recipe. There are a few ways to go about doing this. The best way is to watch the television every Sunday for new episodes of "The Queen Of Sauce." Just watching will allow the player to learn a new dish. Wednesday the show will air re-runs in case an episode was missed. Players can obtain additional recipes by befriending villagers, purchasing them from The Stardrop Saloon, or leveling up certain skills like fishing and mining. Even if a player has the necessary ingredients, they must know the recipe to cook the meal.

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Stardew Valley's sole creator, Eric Barone, intentionally made a cooking mechanic where cooked meals aren't super profitable so players can enjoy the benefits of cooking rather than continuously click the same button in an attempt to maximize profit. This gives a more realistic feel to the game while also allowing players to explore other mechanics to make money. However, there are a few recipes that are profitable. Here is a complete list of all recipes including the required ingredients, buffs (if any), how to obtain, and their final, cooked meal sale price.

All 74 Meals In Stardew Valley (& What The Recipes Are)

  1. Algae Soup: requires 4 Green Algae; recipe mailed from Clint (3 hearts); sells for g
  2. Artichoke Dip: requires 1 Artichoke, 1 Milk; recipe from The Queen of Sauce (Fall 28 Year 1); sells for g
  3. Autumn's Bounty: requires 1 Yam, 1 Pumpkin; buffs Foraging (+2) & Defense (+2); recipe mailed from Demetrius (7 hearts); sells for g
  4. Baked Fish: requires 1 Sunfish, 1 Bream, & 1 Wheat Flour; recipe from The Queen of Sauce (Summer 7 Year 1); sells for g
  5. Bean Hotpot: requires 2 Green Bean; buffs Max Energy (+30) & Magnetism (+32); recipe mailed from Clint (7 hearts); sells for g
  6. Blackberry Cobbler: requires 2 Blackberry, 1 Sugar, & 1 Wheat Flour; recipe from The Queen of Sauce (Fall 14 Year 2); sells for g
  7. Blueberry Tart: requires 1 Blueberry, 1 Wheat Flour, 1 Sugar, 1 Egg; recipe mailed from Pierre (3 hearts); sells for g
  8. Bread: requires 1 Wheat Flour; recipe from The Queen of Sauce (Summer 28 Year 1) OR from The Stardrop Saloon (g); sells for 60g
  9. Bruschetta: requires 1 Bread, 1 Oil, 1 Tomato; recipe from The Queen of Sauce (Winter 21 Year 2); sells for g
  10. Carp Surprise: requires 4 Carp; recipe from The Queen of Sauce (Summer 7 Year 2); sells for g
  11. Cheese Cauliflower: requires 1 Cauliflower, 1 Cheese; recipe mailed from Pam (3 hearts); sells for g
  12. Chocolate Cake: requires 1 Wheat Flour, 1 Sugar, 1 Egg; recipe from The Queen of Sauce (Winter 14 Year 1); sells for g
  13. Chowder: requires 1 Clam, 1 Milk; buffs Fishing (+1); recipe mailed from Willy (3 hearts); sells for g
  14. Coleslaw: requires 1 Red Cabbage, 1 Vinegar, 1 Mayonnaise; recipe from The Queen of Sauce (Spring 14 Year 1); sells for g
  15. Complete Breakfast: requires 1 Fried Egg, 1 Milk, 1 Hashbrowns, 1 Pancakes; buffs Farming (+2) & Max Energy (+50); recipe from The Queen of Sauce (Spring 21 Year 2); sells for g
  16. Cookie: requires 1 Wheat Flour, 1 Sugar, 1 Egg; recipe from Evelyn (4 heart event); sells for g
  17. Crab Cakes: requires 1 Crab, 1 Wheat Flour, 1 Egg, 1 Oil; buffs Speed (+1) & Defense (+1); recipe from The Queen of Sauce (Fall 21 Year 2); sells for g
  18. Cranberry Candy: requires 1 Cranberries, 1 Apple, 1 Sugar; recipe from The Queen of Sauce (Winter 28 Year 1); sells for g
  19. Cranberry Sauce: requires 1 Cranberries, 1 Sugar; buffs Mining (+2) recipe mailed from Gus (7 hearts); sells for g
  20. Crispy Bass: requires 1 Largemouth Bass, 1 Wheat Flour, 1 Oil; buffs Magnetism (+64); recipe mailed from Kent (3 hearts); sells for g
  21. Dish O' The Sea: requires 2 Sardine, 1 Hashbrowns; buffs Fishing (3+); recipe from reaching Fishing Level 3; sells for g
  22. Eggplant Parmesan: requires 1 Eggplant, 1 Tomato; buffs Mining (+1) & Defense (+3); recipe mailed from Lewis (7 hearts); sells for g
  23. Escargot: requires 1 Snail, 1 Garlic; buffs Fishing (+2); recipe mailed from Willy (5 hearts); sells for g
  24. Farmer's Lunch: requires 1 Omelette, 1 Parsnip; buffs Farming (+3); recipe from reaching Farming Level 3; sells for g
  25. Fiddlehead Risotto:requires 1 Oil, 1 Fiddlehead Fern, 1 Garlic; recipe from The Queen of Sauce (Fall 28 Year 2); sells for g
  26. Fish Stew: requires 1 Crayfish, 1 Mussel, 1 Periwinkle, 1 Tomato; buffs Fishing (+3); recipe mailed from Willy (7 hearts); sells for g
  27. Fish Taco: requires 1 Tuna, 1 Tortilla, 1 Red Cabbage, 1 Mayonnaise; buffs Fishing (+2); recipe mailed from Linus (7 hearts); sells for g
  28. Fried Calamari: requires 1 Squid, 1 Wheat Flour, 1 Oil; recipe mailed from Jodi (3 hearts); sells for g
  29. Fried Eel: requires 1 Eel, 1 Oil; buffs Luck (+1); recipe mailed from George (3 harts); sells for g
  30. Fried Egg: requires 1 Egg; recipe from upgrading farmhouse (comes with kitchen); sells for 35g
  31. Fried Mushroom: requires 1 Common Mushroom, 1 Morel, 1 Oil; buffs Attack (+2); recipe mailed from Demetrius (3 hearts); sells for g
  32. Fruit Salad: requires 1 Blueberry, 1 Melon, 1 Apricot; recipe from The Queen of Sauce (Fall 7 Year 2); sells for g
  33. Glazed Yams: requires 1 Yam, 1 Sugar; recipe from The Queen of Sauce (Fall 21 Year 1); sells for g
  34. Hashbrowns: requires 1 Potato, 1 Oil; buffs Farming (+1); recipe from The Queen of Sauce (Spring 14 Year 2) OR from The Stardrop Saloon (50g); sells for g
  35. Ice Cream: requires 1 Milk, 1 Sugar; recipe mailed from Jodi (7 hearts); sells for g
  36. Lobster Bisque: requires 1 Lobster, 1 Milk; buffs Fishing (+3) & Max Energy (+50); recipe from The Queen of Sauce (Winter 14 year 2) OR mailed from Willy (9 hearts); sells for g
  37. Lucky Lunch: requires 1 Sea Cucumber, 1 Tortilla, 1 Blue Jazz; buffs Luck (3+); recipe from The Queen of Sauce (Spring 28 Year 2); sells for g
  38. Maki Roll: requires 1 any Fish, 1 Seaweed, 1 Rice; recipe from The Queen of Sauce (Summer 21 Year 1) OR from The Stardrop Saloon (g); sells for g
  39. Maple Bar: requires 1 Maple Syrup, 1 Sugar, 1 Wheat Flour; buffs Farming (+1), Fishing (+1) & Mining (+1); recipe from The Queen of Sauce (Summer 14 Year 2); sells for g
  40. Miner's Treat: requires 2 Cave Carrot, 1 Sugar, 1 Milk; buffs Mining (+3) & Magnetism (+32); recipe from reaching Mining Level 3; sells for g
  41. Omelette: requires 1 Egg, 1 Milk; recipe from The Queen of Sauce (Spring 28 Year 1) OR from The Stardrop Saloon (g) sells for g
  42. Pale Broth: requires 2 White Algae; recipe mailed from Marnie (3 hearts); sells for g
  43. Pancakes: requires 1 Wheat Flour, 1 Egg; buffs Foraging (+2); recipe from The Queen of Sauce (Summer 14 Year 1) OR from the Stardrop Saloon (g); sells for 80g
  44. Parsnip Soup: requires 1 Parsnip, 1 Milk, 1 Vinegar; recipe mailed from Caroline (3 hearts); sells for g
  45. Pepper Poppers: requires 1 Hot Pepper, 1 Cheese; buffs Farming (+2) & Speed (+1); recipe mailed from Shane (3 hearts); sells for g
  46. Pink Cake: requires 1 Melon, 1 Wheat Flour, 1 Sugar, 1 Egg; recipe from The Queen of Sauce (Summer 21 Year 2); sells for g
  47. Pizza: requires 1 Wheat Flour, 1 Tomato, 1 Cheese; recipe from The Queen of Sauce (Spring 7 Year 2) OR from The Stardrop Saloon (g) sells for g
  48. Plum Pudding: requires 2 Wild Plum, 1 Wheat Flour, 1 Sugar; recipe from The Queen of Sauce (Winter 7 Year 1); sells for g
  49. Poppyseed Muffin: requires 1 Poppy, 1 Wheat Flour, 1 Sugar; recipe from The Queen of Sauce (Winter 7 Year 2); sells for g
  50. Pumpkin Pie: requires 1 Pumpkin, 1 Wheat Flour, 1 Milk, 1 Sugar; recipe from The Queen of Sauce (Winter 21 Year 1); sells for g
  51. Pumpkin Soup: requires 1 Pumpkin, 1 Milk; buffs Defense (+2) & Luck (+2); recipe mailed from Robin (7 hearts); sells for g
  52. Radish Salad: requires 1 Oil, 1 Vinegar, 1 Radish; recipe from The Queen of Sauce (Spring 21 Year 1); sells for g
  53. Red Plate: requires 1 Red Cabbage; 1 Radish; buffs Max Energy (+50); recipe mailed from Emily (7 hearts); sells for g
  54. Rhubarb Pie: requires 1 Rhubarb, 1 Wheat Flour, 1 Sugar; recipe mailed from Marnie (7 hearts); sells for g
  55. Rice Pudding: requires 1 Milk, 1 Sugar, 1 Rice; recipe mailed from Evelyn (7 hearts); sells for g
  56. Roasted Hazelnuts: requires 3 Hazelnut; recipe from The Queen of Sauce (Summer 28 Year 2); sells for g
  57. Roots Platter: requires 1 Cave Carrot, 1 Winter Root; buffs Attack (+3); recipe from reaching Combat Level 3; sells for g
  58. Salad: requires 1 Leek, 1 Dandelion, 1 Vinegar; recipe mailed from Emily (3 hearts); sells for g
  59. Salmon Dinner: requires 1 Salmon, 1 Amaranth, 1 Kale; recipe received from Gus (3 hearts); sells for g
  60. Sashimi: requires 1 any Fish; recipe mailed from Linus (3 hearts); sells for 75g
  61. Seafoam Pudding: requires 1 Flounder, 1 Midnight Carp, 1 Squid Ink; buffs Fishing (+4); recipe from reaching Fishing Level 9; sells for g
  62. Shrimp Cocktail: requires 1 Tomato, 1 Shrimp, 1 Wild Horseradish; buffs Fishing (+1) & Luck (+1); recipe from The Queen of Sauce (Winter 28 Year 2); sells for g
  63. Spaghetti: requires 1 Wheat Flour, 1 Tomato; recipe mailed from Lewis (3 hearts); sells for g
  64. Spicy Eel: requires 1 Eel, 1 Hot Pepper; buffs Luck (+1) & Speed (+1); recipe mailed from George (7 hearts); sells for g
  65. Stir Fry: requires 1 Cave Carrot, 1 Common Mushroom, 1 Kale, 1 Oil; recipe from The Queen of Sauce (Spring 7 Year 1); sells for g
  66. Strange Bun: requires 1 Wheat Flour, 1 Periwinkle, 1 Void Mayonnaise; recipe mailed from Shane (7 hearts); sells for g
  67. Stuffing: requires 1 Bread, 1 Cranberries, 1 Hazelnut; buffs Defense (+2); recipe mailed from Pam (7 hearts); sells for g
  68. Super Meal: requires 1 Bok Choy, 1 Cranberries, 1 Artichoke; buffs Max Energy (+4) & Speed (+1); recipe mailed from Kent (7 hearts); sells for g
  69. Survival Burger: requires 1 Bread, 1 Cave Carrot, 1 Eggplant; buffs Foraging (+3); recipe from reaching Foraging Level 2; sells for g
  70. Tom Kha Soup: requires 1 Coconut, 1 Shrimp, 1 Common Mushroom; buffs Farming (+2) & Max Energy (+30), recipe mailed from Sandy (7 hearts); sells for g
  71. Tortilla: requires 1 Corn; recipe from The Queen of Sauce (Fall 7 Year 1) OR The Stardrop Saloon (g); sells for 50g
  72. Triple Shot Espresso: requires 3 Coffee; buffs Speed (+1), recipe from The Stardrop Saloon (5,g); sells for g
  73. Trout Soup: requires 1 Rainbow Trout, 1 Green Algae; buffs Fishing (+1); recipe from The Queen of Sauce (Fall 14 Year 1); sells for g
  74. Vegetable Medley: requires 1 Tomato, 1 Beet; recipe mailed from Caroline (7 hearts); sells for g

Players can receive 3 achievements related to cooking. After making 10 different recipes, players can get the "Cook" achievement. "Sous Chef" is earned from cooking 25 different recipes, and "Gourmet Chef" can be earned after cooking all 74 recipes. In accordance with keeping Stardew Valley a relaxing game, players are unable to process or buy any meat products outside of fish or seafood. Bon Appétit!

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