Storm has been cooking since he was three-years-old, having first learned on a potbelly stove. He has been experimenting with recipes, and creating his own, from that moment onwards. He has a wide range of interests from cooking and sewing to gaming and blacksmithing. And it's not unusual to find him cooking something delicious at all different hours of the day or night, including in the early hours of the morning.
Mallory had been so certain it was time for a challenge, that they could take on something of higher level and survive. But maybe she was wrong. When an encounter with a frog mage doesn't go as well as expected, she begins to doubt their ability to take on greater challenges and complete some of the quests they'd planned to focus on.
Returning to Inadon, Mallory and her companions are determined to level up, gain better gear and learn new abilities. They soon discover it might be more difficult than they realise when they encounter members of the dark forces. Will their actions have the wrong consequences or will they have time to gain the experience points they need before they become a target of the dark forces?
Mallory's brother brings home the wrong game disc causing them to be transported to a role-playing style world. When you're a noob in a world you don't understand, death is always imminent. They aren't sure if they want to leave Inadon, even if they can figure out a way to return home. But they do know they need to get good or they're likely to learn what happens when a player runs out of revives.
Genre: Nonfiction (Cooking)
When choosing or needing to have a diet free from gluten, dairy and cane sugar, main meals tend to be easy to make. Biscuits, cakes and desserts can be another matter. Missing chocolate? Wanting strawberry ice cream? Enjoy ginger cake? Well you can find these recipes and many others in Cooking For Families With Allergies along with a handful of savoury recipes too.