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Fantastic Recipe...Stone Soup

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I am not sure if it exists yet...but there should be a "Fantastic Recipe: Stone Soup". Atfer the story of the 3 soldiers who came to a town and got the village to help make a soup from a stone. You would need three people to make it in a cauldron. It would start with a stone or marble ..."stone" (even of a certain more/less kg) with three people in attendance to start the recipe. You would then continue on the one or all three people to add the normal base of water, potatoes, carrots, and  an onion then  or more herbs/milk/honey to finish the recipe. I would like see this in honor of the gift of giving...maybe allow a +5 to one or more characteristics or such...determined by Wurm. Please. ;)

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Just thought of something place of the rock ...require a "rare rock" to start the recipe and have the one who starts it be the person that the hfc skill is used.

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+1, Awen actually places a version of this in for the cooking recipe competition. Hopefully, they will implement this one.

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@Traveler777 and @koroth

We made a stone soup last year on our server, but had to use a walnut in place of a stone since rocks don't count as food ingredients. 

I try not to revive old threads, but I thought it might be relevant in this case, since I'm unaware of any action happening on this yet. 



    "name":"Stone Soup by Heidi",
    "skill":"hot food cooking",
        {"id":"any meat","difficulty":2},
        {"id":"any fish","difficulty":2},
        {"id":"any veg","difficulty":2},
        {"id":"any herb","difficulty":2},
        {"id":"any spice","difficulty":2},
        {"id":"any cereal","difficulty":2},
        {"id":"any mushroom","cstate":"raw","difficulty":2},
      "name":"stone soup",
      "description":"A communal cauldron of soup, beginning with a walnut (the stone) in water. Perfect for using up left-overs. Recipe by Heidi."


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