An official Friends cookbook is coming and we couldn’t BE any more excited

Television show Friends always said they’d be there for you and it looks like they’ve followed through on that promise, because a new official Friends cookbook being is released. Could we BE any more excited?

The cooking comes 16, yes SIXTEEN, years after the final episode of the show aired and it’s got a release date of 22 September, 2020, so we’re already queuing…

You can also pre-order it now – eek – which will cost £29.99 from Amazon.

The book is going to be jam-packed with all the recipes for the food that helped shape the show – we’re talking about the sandwich that caused Ross to scream the house down after someone ate it, as well as Rachel’s simply disgusting trifle and Phoebe’s grandmother’s cookies.

Altogether there will be 70 recipes involved, ready for chefs of all levels to try their hand at.

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Whilst we’re not sure why the people behind Friends have chosen now to release the book, or who’s developed the playful recipes, or why Rachel and Ross didn’t just get their act together faster, we do know that the book will feature the perfect recipes for Friends-themed gathering.

So, whilst Joey doesn’t share his food, you might just be able to get your hands on some after all by creating some of the recipes found inside this book.


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The time of the book’s release is pretty apt, seeing as it’s been reported that there will be a Friends reunion special coming up, which is a little behind schedule due to the coronavirus pandemic.

The much-anticipated special will supposedly see footage from behind-the-scenes aired for the first time, which was filmed by Courtney Cox’s ex-husband, David Arquette.

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Speaking about the delay, WarnerMedia Entertainment and Direct-to-Consumer chairman Bob Greenblatt admitted to Variety: “At first we thought, shows will be delayed for a month or two at the most, and now it seems like it’s going to be far longer than that.

“We’re holding out for being able to get this special done hopefully by the end of the summer, if the stars align and hopefully we can get back into production.”

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