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Marvel Eat The Universe: The Official Cookbook

    “Face front, true believers!”

    Most families are cooking at home due to COVID-19. What a perfect way to be a hero in the kitchen. Celebrity chef Justin Warner will transform you into a culinary superhero with his new official Marvel cookbook. The book is available for pre-order now, and on-sale July 28.

    We need a superhero, too bad we have to wait a few months. You will save your universe in your home as you delight your young ones and those young at heart with classic foods from the Marvel universe. Use this book wisely because with great power, comes great responsibility.


    Feast your way through the world of Marvel Comics with celebrity chef Justin Warner in Marvel Eat the Universe: The Official Cookbook.

    Prepare to eat like a Marvel Super Hero with Marvel Eat the Universe: The Official Cookbook. Chef Justin Warner invites you to pull up a chair and explore the Marvel Universe through these creative dishes inspired by Marvel’s heroes.

    Based on Marvel’s hit digital series hosted by Warner, this ultimate compendium of recipes will feature dishes that span a variety of skill levels including:

    • Phoenix Hot Chicken and Egg Bowl
    • Storm’s Tournedos
    • Dazzler’s Glittering Pizza Bagels
    • Hulk Smashed Potatoes
    • Green Goblin Pumpkin Bombs

    With sixty recipes inspired by Marvel Comics’ rich history, Marvel Eat the Universe: The Official Cookbook offers something delicious for fans from every corner of the multiverse.

    JUSTIN WARNER is the winner of Food Network Star Season 8, the author of the cookbooks The Laws of Cooking: And How to Break Them and The Ultimate Ninja Foodi Pressure Cooker Cookbook, and the former chef and co-owner of Michelin-rated Do or Dine restaurant in Brooklyn, New York. His first Food Network appearance was on 24 Hour Restaurant Battle in 2010, and he continues to be a frequent guest on Food Network shows like Guy’s Grocery Games, Cutthroat Kitchen, and Tournament of Champions. Justin hosts Food Network’s Foodie Call, as well as Marvel Eat the Universe, a digital series for Marvel. In his free time, he plays video games and hikes with his gal, Brooke, and plays fetch with his dog, Kewpie. Justin lives in Rapid City, South Dakota.

    Fun Fact: Eye-Scream is a villain appearing in a single “X-Men” comic and it’s not hard to see why. He’s a mutant with the ability to transform into any flavor of ice cream he wants.