Around the start of 2016, RMNB introduced you to the 1991 Hartford Whalers cookbook. And then shortly after, we introduced you to Capital Cuisine, a cookbook from the same era released by the Capitals. One of our readers even made Dale Hunter’s cookie recipe!
Twenty-five years later, we’ve come full circle. The 2015-16 Capitals are coming out with their very own book of culinary delights: Cooking with the Caps.
The book will contain recipes from the players, coaching staff, and the team’s caterer. Proceeds go to DC Central Kitchen.
We’re hearing the book will include (these totally fake) recipes like:
Here’s the cookbook’s cover.
More from the Caps:
ARLINGTON, Va. – Cooking with the Caps, a Washington Capitals Cookbook presented by SuperFd Catering, is now available for purchase, with proceeds benefiting DC Central Kitchen.
Sold through Monumental Sports & Entertainment Foundation, the cookbook will be available for sale online at WashCaps.com/CookBook and MonumentalFoundation.org beginning March 29.
It will be available at the Team Store at Kettler Capitals Iceplex beginning Wednesday, March 30 and at the MSE Foundation table and at the Team Store at Verizon Center during Caps home games beginning Tuesday, April 5, when the Capitals host the New York Islanders.
The cookbook features recipes from Capitals players, coaches and staff, along with the team’s official caterers, SuperFd. Tips are provided throughout the book from SuperFd chef Robbie Wood, Capitals’ strength and conditioning coach Mark Nemish, mascot Slapshot and nutritionist Sue Saunders.
There are a limited number of Cooking with the Caps cookbooks available and each will cost $25 with all proceeds benefiting DC Central Kitchen.
We can’t wait to get cooking.
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