A note from Commander Kane

Just a heads up for you readers: each dish will be plaid out into three-part chapters. The first part is the recipe, the second a journal entry detailing Schwab's journey to find the ingredients, and the third a recording crystal covering him making the dish.


17.7 cemagnols (cm) Red Rock Cow milk

2.03 cm Cornstarch

1.35 cm Canocane Sugar

3 Snow Pheasant Eggs

8.13 cm Wormseed Extract


1. Mix 2 cm of the milk with the cornstarch in a heavy-bottomed saucepan.

2. When the cornstarch is dissolved, slowly add the rest of the milk and sugar, and cook over moderate heat until the sauce starts to thicken and comes to a boil.

3. Remove from heat.

4. In a small bowl, beat egg yolks with a fork.

5. Take a cup of the sauce, and slowly add to the eggs, beating briskly as you pour.

6. Return the egg/sauce mixture to the saucepan, stirring into the hot sauce.

7. Bring back to a boil, stirring constantly.

8. Remove from heat, and add the wormseed extract.

9. Pour custard into a jug or pitcher, and serve.


*Best to leave some sort of covering over the jug to prevent the custard forming a skin while it cools

*Also possible to put this in the icebox to make a colder custard

*Serves 4 people in its current state.

A note from Commander Kane

If anyone wants to try making this recipe on their own, here's it in Metric or in Imperial. On to the journal entry!

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Commander Kane

  • In a world far, far away
  • [Founding Member of the Zard Skwad]

Bio: I have walked miles and miles, studiously following in the footsteps of the legends that came before me. Whether I fall or rise, I'll leave it to-hey, wait. Why aren't I writing now? And who are you, looking at my history, huh?

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