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Welcome to the wonderful (if slightly gruesome) world of EQ Baking! To be an adventurer means more than going where no civilian would dare to tread. It also means having adventurous tastebuds!

Although it is perfectly feasible for some to buy food from merchants, others will find it easier to make meals on the go. Many baking recipes can be anything from snacks to hearty meals, and there are even special recipes that can give the average adventurer a temporary boost in abilities, or assist in quests. Whether it's an easy wolf sandwich while you're on your way to somewhere, or a wedding cake for a ceremony, baking has a lot to offer to those who aren't content with the standard fare sold by merchants.

Baking requires a number of products from other tradeskills for certain recipes, but the good news is that most can be purchased from other players and may be used more than once, so there's no need to go out and master, say, blacksmithing before you start.

Disclaimer: This entry is not meant to imply that the killing and eating of fellow adventurers, especially gnomes, is beneficial (even if the stat boosts say differently). Have a gnome shaped cookie instead.

Contents


Cookware

Baking has several items required for the various recipes.

To bake in:
Ovens may be found in any starting city and are usually located near the baking merchants.

Spits and mixing bowls may be found on merchants along with the basic ingredients. Spits work just like portable ovens and can be used as extra storage in a pinch. Mixing bowls, also able to be made by potters, are for cold preparation and are often needed for preliminary steps. In P1999, it's best to switch to the Experiment window before attempting to use these objects.

To bake with:
Muffin tins, cookie cutters, pie tins, bread tins, cake rounds, skewers, filleting knives, pots, smokers, non-stick frying pans, and dairy spoons require blacksmithing skills to create. All these items are good for multiple uses and will be returned upon both success and failure.

Ingredients

Bakers collect their ingredients from three basic sources: Merchants, looting, and foraging or ground spawns. For instance, various meats will be found on their respective animals (or people, ahem), as well as eggs and other body parts. Foraging can get a baker the ingredients for a salad or stew. Merchants sell processed ingredients, like vinegar, flour, sugar, garnish, jug of sauces, frosting, spices, and so on.

Recipes

Basic Recipes

All recipes created in a spit or an oven unless otherwise noted.

Clumps of dough require a bottle of milk, some kind of egg, and a cup of flour, combined in a mixing bowl. (trivial at 17)
Noodles require a water flask, some kind of egg, and a cup of flour. (trivial at 31)
Sandwiches require animal meat and a loaf of bread. (trivial at 26)
Cookies require a shaped cookie cutter, a clump of dough, and spices. (trivial at 115)
Pickles require meat, a jug of sauces, and vinegar. (trivial at 51)
Meat rolls require animal meat and a bat wing. (trivial at 135)
Steaks require animal meat, spices, and a jug of sauces. (trivial at 41)
Beer braised meats require animal meat, short beer, and spices. (trivial at 68)
Filleted fish require fish and a jug of sauces. (trivial at 82)
Filleted land animal meats require animal meat and a filleting knife. (trivial at 143)
Rabbit stew requires rabbit meat (foraged), a water flask, and a pot. (trivial at 68)
Pies require a filling of vegetables, fruit or meat (chunk of meat or bat wings), a clump of dough, and a pie tin. (trivial at 142)
Muffins require a clump of dough, fruit, white or winter chocolate, and a muffin tin. (trivial at 155)
Cup Cakes require a clump of dough, frosting, spices, and a muffin tin. (trivial at 135)

Special Recipes

White Chocolate (trivial at 95)
- Brownie Parts (looted off brownies in Lesser Faydark)
- Frosting (2)
- Spices
in: Mixing Bowl

Winter Chocolate (trivial at 95)
- Brownie Parts
- Frosting (2)
in: Mixing Bowl

Birthday Cake (trivial at 162)
- Cake Round
- Clump of Dough
- Frosting
- Winter Chocolate
in: Spit
returns: Cake Round
yields: 2
Warning: This counts as a single meal. If you've made it for a specific event, don't leave it where your character will automatically eat it!

Wedding Cake (trivial at 162)
- Cake Round
- Clump of Dough
- Frosting
- White Chocolate
in: Spit
returns: Cake Round
yields: 2
Warning: This counts as a single meal. If you've made it for a specific event, don't leave it where your character will automatically eat it!

Wedding/Birthday Cake Slice (trivial at 15, no fail)
- Wedding Cake/Birthday Cake
in: Spit
yields: 10 slices per cake

Quest Recipes

Uncooked Rat Ear Pie (trivial at 28)
- Baking spices (Found on merchants in S. Qeynos and E. Freeport and a few others)
- Cup of flour
- Rat ears (2) OR Giant rat ears (1)
in: Mixing Bowl
yields: 1

Rat Ear Pie (trivial at 142)
- Uncooked rat ear pie
in: Spit
yields: 1
Note: This is a quest recipe for the Paw of Opolla.

Stat-boosting Meals

Beer Braised Bear (DEX: +2 INT: -1)
Beer Braised Gator (STR: +2 INT: -1)
Beer Braised Lion (INT: -1 AGI: +2)
Beer Braised Mammoth (STR: +3 INT: -1)
Beer Braised Rat (DEX: +2 INT: -1)
Beer Braised Wolf (STA: +2 INT: -1)
Blackened Tier'Dal (DEX: +1 INT: +2 AGI: +1)
Caynar Nut Stuffed Trout (STA: +2 SV DISEASE: +2)
Deadly Medley (SV POISON: +3)
Dwarf Chops (STR: +2 STA: +2)
Elven Veal (DEX: +1 WIS: +1 INT: +1 AGI: +1)
Glazed Carp (INT: +4)
Gnome Kabobs (DEX: +2 INT: +2)
Hot-N-Spicy Toelings (DEX: +2 AGI: +2)
Kobold Steaks (STR: +1 STA: +1)
Lucky Cabbage (CHA: +10)
Mammoth Steaks (STR: +2)
Muskie Marinade (STR: +1 SV DISEASE: +2 SV POISON: +2)
Pasta with Meat Sauce (STR: +3)
Poached Chub (AGI: +4)
Ranger's Omelet (DEX: +2)
Rat Kabobs (DEX: +1 AGI: +1)
Royal Mints (CHA: +3)
Scorpion Sandwich (SV POISON: +1)
Smoked Wood Elf (WIS: +2 AGI: +2)
Snake Pickles (AGI: +1 SV POISON: +1)
Snake Steak (SV POISON: +2)
Vegetable Pasta (SV DISEASE: +3)
Wolf Steaks (STA: +1)
Wooly Spider Crunchies (SV FIRE: -1 SV COLD: +2)

Newbie Recipes

Recipes even an orc pawn could do! If he were lucky, that is.

Edible Goo (trivial at 21)
- Fire Beetle Eye
- Rat ears
in: Spit
yields: Grossness (1)
Note: best for Antonica-based newbies

Batwing Crunchies (trivial at 46)
- Bat wing
- Frosting
in: Spit
yields: 2

Wooly Spider Crunchies (trivial at 46)
- Frosting
- Spider legs
in: Spit

Bug Bites (trivial at 53)
- Bixie parts
- Fire beetle eye
- Spider legs
- Wasp wing
in: Spit
yields: 12

Candied Spider (trivial at 88)
- Frosting
- Spices
- Spider legs
in: Spit
yields: 8

Clump of Dough (trivial at 17)
- Bottle of milk
- Cup of flour
- Snake egg
in: Mixing Bowl
yields: 1
Note: This recipe made it onto this list because snake eggs are the easiest eggs to get. Other eggs are harder, but they also yield more dough.

Noodles (trivial at 31)
- Cup of flour
- Water flask
- Snake egg
in: Spit
yields: 1
Note: This recipe made it onto this list because snake eggs are the easiest eggs to get. Other eggs are harder, but they also yield more dough.

Rat Sandwich (trivial at 26)
- Rat meat
- Loaf of bread
in: Spit
yields: 1

Uncooked Rat Ear Pie (trivial at 28)
- Baking spices (merchants in S. Qeynos and E. Freeport and a few others)
- Cup of flour
- Rat ears (2) OR Giant rat ears (1)
in: Mixing Bowl
yields: 1
Note: Stick it in the oven to get Rat Ear Pie, trivial at 142. This pie is used for the Quest of Opolla.

Links

EQTraders Old World recipes
Note: Skill level cap is currently at 200 and some of the recipes listed in the link may not exist in P1999.