It’s out on shelves November 15.
Fans of the cult David Lynch TV show have a lot to look forward to: 18 new episodes of Twin Peaks are set to debut on Showtime in 2017 (with most of the original cast returning), and now an unofficial cookbook inspired by the show will be available to buy online and in bookstores on November 15.
If you’re not familiar with the series (and don’t worry, you have time to catch up on Hulu or Amazon Prime before the new episodes premiere) it’s about an FBI detective who comes to the town of Twin Peaks to investigate the murder of a young woman, Laura Palmer.
The cookbook is aptly named Damn Fine Cherry Pie, and of course contains a recipe inspired by Double R Diner’s famous pie from the series. Among the 100 recipes featured in the book, dishes include Percolate Fish Supper, Betty Brigg’s Meatloaf, Doc Hayward’s Diet Lasagna, and Log Lady’s Chocolate and Chestnut Roulade. In addition to recipes inspired by the show’s scenes and characters, there are also interesting facts and references from the show like how to tie cherry stems in your mouth and how to fold origami owls. The author of the cookbook, Lindsey Bowden, is the founder of the Twin Peaks festival in the UK, an annual celebration in London where fans gather to dress up like the characters, watch episodes, and meet with cast members.
To preorder the cookbook, go to Amazon.com, so you can get it delivered right to your door.