Schitt's Creek Fans Will Love This Cookbook

Were you devastated when you learned that "Schitt's Creek" and the Rose family would no longer be gracing your television screen with new episodes each week? Do you long to hang with your favorite "riches to rags" quartet as they try to adjust to life amongst the common folk? While Twyla's Café Tropical wasn't about to win any Michelin stars any time soon, and the sitcom's fare didn't exactly whet appetites, "Schitt's Creek" now boasts its own cookbook for fans to try. Aptly named, "Tastes Like Schitt," this culinary collectible may just lull you out of your Rose family withdrawals and have you cooking like Moira never could. 

Boasting more than 40 recipes inspired by the popular Canadian sitcom, which won nine Emmy Awards (per New York Times), these dishes are sure to channel your favorite character and transport you back to the inner sanctum of the Rosebud Motel. (The book is even published by Rose Apothecary.) Pop Season 1 into your DVD player, pick a recipe, and prepare to be reunited with your quirky Schitt's Creek friends. 

The recipes are inspired by moments from the show

What "Schitt's Creek"-inspired masterpieces will this cookbook have you whipping up? With dishes born out of scenes from the show, you'll have a hard time choosing between Moira's "aaahnchiladas," Jocelyn's Dorito Casserole, Four-Month Anniversary Sliders, Rosebud Motel Cinnamon Rolls, or Mozzarella Sticks That Don't Travel Well (per Popsugar). And, if those aren't what you're looking for, you can choose a dish of Sloppy Jocelyns, Farm Witches' Peanut Butter Things, or Herb Ertlinger's Wine Spritzer, says Next Chapter. With appetizers, entrees, desserts, and drinks, this clever cookbook has a recipe for every category. 

Even if you're not a 'Schitt's Creek" fan, or if you're new to the show, this book is bound to have something you're dying to try. Seriously. Who wouldn't want to create a helping of There's A Dead Guy in Room 4-Cheese Macaroni? The name alone is a great dinner conversation starter. And, if your guests say your food "Tastes Like Schitt," take it as a compliment.