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Have you ever wanted to make it in the kitchen like the guys from BTS? look no further BTS Recipe Book: The Book of Tasty StoriesThe new official cookbook from the K-pop superstar.

The record-breaking group’s latest release features various BTS recipes — including kimchi fried rice, scorched rice crackers, sugar-filled griddlecakes, and more — as well as their respective stories. According to the description page on Weavers, the recipes are based on the gin, Jung Kook, RM, V, Suga, Jimin, and J-Hope actually uses themselves, although culinary experts have failed to put together specifications such as measurements and instructions. helped.

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In addition, the themes of the tome will be introduced for each chapter – what else? – Own song of BTS. What’s more, the cookbook will share what people said and did as they whipped up and ate dishes.

“We hope you enjoy every moment you follow these recipe steps, imagining BTS’s conversations and feelings while they were making these dishes,” reads the back cover of the cookbook.

BTS Recipe Book: The Book of Tasty Stories — which is written in both English and Korean — now available to order at Band’s Weaver’s Shop Page, It will cost US fans $28 per copy (limited to two copies), with books expected to arrive mid to late November.

The cookbook isn’t the first time BTS has dabbled in the culinary world. The group hosts a web series titled bts recipe, Which aims to be a cooking and education program that shares Korean culture and language with the rest of the world. Although the group has been taking some time to explore solo musical ventures, this new recipe book is one of the non-musical group ventures BTS has planned.

For this see the announcement of HYBE EDU bts recipe book, And the video teaser for a look at the cookbook below.



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