Forking Good: A Cookbook Inspired by The Good Place

Forking Good: A Cookbook Inspired by The Good Place Review

A fun, lively, and fully illustrated cookbook of 30 original and practical recipes inspired by NBC's hit sitcom The Good Place, filled with the absurd, pun-driven food humor and accessible philosophy that makes the show so popular with fans.

With its high concept, exceptional writing, eye-popping set design, stellar cast, meaningful explorations of what it means to be a good person, and clam chowder fountains, The Good Place has captured the hearts and minds of critics and viewers alike. Known for its unique blend of existential humor and philosophy, the fantasy-comedy follows Eleanor, a young woman who finds herself in a heaven-like utopia known as The Good Place after her untimely death, even though she knows she belongs in The Bad Place. With the help of her new friends Chidi, Tahani, and Jason, Eleanor designs a self-improvement plan to earn her spot in The Good Place, even as her presence threatens the stability of the afterlife, sending jumbo shrimp flying through the sky and frozen yogurt flowing through the streets.

For the first time ever, fans can indulge their cravings for The Good Place with delicious, comforting, original recipes like "Macaroni and Socra-cheese," "I Think Therefore I Clam (Chowder)," "Arendt You Glad I Didn't Say Banana (Split)," "I Kant Believe It's Not Buttermilk Pancakes," and more. Each recipe title references a philosopher or philosophical concept from the show and uses food analogies to explain those concepts to readers who, like Eleanor, can't always follow Chidi's lectures.

A refreshing and entertaining twist on cookbooks, Forking Good will inspire you to brew a pot of "Moral Uncertain-tea" as you catch up on the latest episode, plan a "Hegel's and Locke's Brunch" for your next viewing party, or whip up a batch of "Muffin to Lose" in between seasons. And if you're not the type to slave over a hot stove, you could always throw on your teal powersuit, make yourself a "Mindy" cocktail (rum and a lot of Coke), and re-binge your favorite show.

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  • karen

    PEEPS and M&M chili? yes?...

  • Candace Robinson

    This book made me forking hungry! Fun illustrations and good recipes!...

  • Mary

    Forking Good: An Unofficial Cookbook for Fans of The Good PlaceThe day before I got this book, my husband offered to go to the store to get what I needed for a roast. I asked him to buy a specific typ...

  • Mandy

    Disclaimer: I received this ARC courtesy of Quirk Books. I am grateful for the opportunity to review an ARC for my readers, but this will not influence my final rating. All opinions expressed in this ...

  • Janet (MommyTheReader)

    If you are a fan of The Good Place, this cookbook won't disappoint you. There's lots of quirky fun to be found in here, and some interesting recipes too. There aren't as many recipes as I expect to se...

  • Emily

    #giveaway #goodreads giveaways Many thanks to Quirk books for the ARC. This review is voluntary and strictly my own.This book is delicious both inside and out! I’m not one to read a cookbook cover t...

  • (a)lyss(a)

    This is a cute and clever cook book!Unfortunately every recipe doesn't have a photo, but the recipes are named after Good Place lines or characters. There's also quotes from each show, a little fake b...

  • Sylvia

    A cookbook with some interesting recipes. Also a book with a little food history, philosophical discussion and analysis of the TV show THE GOOD PLACE. If you are a fan of that show, you will definitel...

  • Judy

    This book was inspired by the philosophy and food humor from the show "The Good Place." It contains thirty recipes for the adventurous cook to try. My favorite is Dante's nine layers of torture bars. ...

  • Luke

    Very philosophical and the recipes are pretty transitional with a twist here and there in the ingredients. It felt like the authors were trying a bit to hard. Felt kinda like a spark notes of the show...