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Food & Drink in Faerûn

Wines, Ales, Spirits, Breads, Cheeses, and Exotic Specialties

Adapted from various sources

Includes intoxication rules

Document is "Pay What You Want", but you can get it for free; any contribution goes for the compilation and editing work 

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I'm a moderator for the 5th RAW Facebook group and a D&D player and DM since 1986. Follow me on Twitter @benmorrier.

v.2.0 : more Forgotten Realms products, taken from FR novels and modules !

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Vi F March 26, 2016 1:36 am UTC
I think this resource is pretty amazing and enjoyed perusing through it.
I don't know if you've considered producing some tables using these food items for DMs to generate menus. (Maybe mixing these named foods with plainer dishes or dividing them by $$ (expensive vs cheap tavern, etc)). Anyway, just an idea. Thanks for the resource!
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Shayne B March 14, 2016 2:14 pm UTC
Could you make the entirety of the text select-able/OCR-able? I want to put it in the program I use to run games, for quick reference!
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Ben M March 14, 2016 2:25 pm UTC
I'm sorry... How do you do that? My pdfs are converted from .docx files in Word.
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JEREMY G March 12, 2016 6:47 pm UTC
A quick list of wines and cheese in Cormyr, for use in a potential update to this product.

I can't remember if the pages listed are for the softcover or hardcover versions of the Realms novels mentioned (sorry).

From Elminster Enraged:

The following are consumed in Cormyr:

daeradorn wine
A kind of wine. Used in glemmeraeve soup by Lady Marantine Delcastle.
page 35

A ground critter used to make gravy.
Page 36

glemmeraeve soup Glemmeraeve (sea turtle), garanth gravy, mustard, daeradorn wine, snails.
Page 36

From Elminster Must Die:

The following are consumed in Cormyr:

Aereld cheese
Akind of crumbly cheese
page 17

redruth goat cheese
no description
page 297

scorched-orange peel chocolates
no description
page 153

Sold by hot0-nuts vendors in Suzail.
page 155...See more
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JEREMY G March 12, 2016 6:02 pm UTC
This is a good start.

Good job, B.A.
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Ben M March 13, 2016 1:31 am UTC
Thank you for the review and the suggestions ! The various food & drink found in my document comes from various sources, Realms and non-Realms, but adapted for the FR setting. I will certainly add your list of products in a future update.
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Ben M March 13, 2016 3:42 pm UTC
Done! Version 2.0 includes Jeremy G's suggestions.
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