‘Schitt’s Creek’ fans can recreate show’s iconic recipes with new cookbook

Schitt's Creek cast
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It’s time to cook (and fold in the cheese) just like a Rose.

The Schitt's Creek-inspired cookbook, hilariously titled “Tastes Like Schitt,” is a must-have kitchen staple for any fan.

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The fan-made cookbook includes over 40 recipes inspired by iconic scenes from the Emmy-award winning sitcom.

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“Specials from Café Tropical, Jocelyn’s down to earth dishes, and meals from the Rosebud Motel have inspired this collection of recipes,” the cookbook description notes.

From appetizers, drinks, entrees, and desserts, you’ll be making way more than just dry toast and bitter coffee.

There’s a variety of recipes for chefs of all levels that are easy to follow along, so it doesn’t matter if you’re seasoned in the kitchen or the kind of person who orders out from the local cafe for every meal!

Some highlights include Rosebud Motel Cinnamon Rolls (serve ‘em with straight vodka), Sloppy Jocelyns (Jocelyn’s bold take on Sloppy Joes), Twyla’s Meadow Harvest Smoothie (the organic, earthy ingredients change daily based on her mood), and Herb Ertlinger's Wine Spritzer (the fruit wine).

Even your furry friend can enjoy a snack thanks to Ted’s veterinary treat recipe!

The cookbook makes a great gift for any Schitt’s Creek fan, including yourself. As you work your way through the recipes, you can even rewatch the correlating episodes for the full immersive experience.

But before you step into the kitchen, you’re going to need to stock up on all the cooking essentials from Rose Apothecary.

Otherwise, trying to master any recipe without the proper tools will leave you acting like a disgruntled pelican.

Dish towels to wipe up your mess, an apron to guard your designer clothes from stains and spills, a spoon set to help you fold in the cheese when you make Moira’s signature enchiladas, and a cutting board that will make your guests say “oh my god” instead of “ew.”

Get "Tastes Like Schitt: The Unofficial Cookbook of Schitt's Creek" from Amazon.

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