Witch Hat Atelier Kitchen Volume 1
by Kamome Shirahama, Hiromi Sato
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Pub Date 31 Oct 2023 | Archive Date 04 Dec 2023
Witch Hat Atelier is back in this culinary spinoff that lets readers try their hand at recreating a variety of sumptuous recipes. This time, the magic is in the kitchen as Qifrey and the gang whip up everything from sizzling stews to crackling croquettes. Ideal for both existing fans of the main series and newcomers looking for an easily “disgestible” introduction to the world of Witch Hat.
Evening falls on Qifrey’s atelier, and Coco and her fellow witches-in-training take to their beds. In the quiet of midnight, Qifrey and Olruggio are finally free to pursue their culinary experiments. The kitchen comes alive as they whip up puddings, stews, parfaits, and jellies, and when the sun rises, Coco and the gang are there to savor every bite!
Includes a variety of real sweet and savory recipes with step-by-step instructions.
A Note From the Publisher
This is Hiromi Sato's English-language debut.
Spinning off of the smash-hit Witch Hat Atelier!
PRAISE FOR WITCH HAT ATELIER:
“Harry Potter meets Kiki’s Delivery Service… [A] radiant, exuberant fantasy manga… the real magic tome is the one the reader is holding.” -AV Club
“Stunning… [Witch Hat Atelier] really is some sort of landmark for writing middle-grade fantasy.” -Alex De Campi (Twisted Romance, No Mercy)
“In a world that can often be filled with darkness, Witch Hat Atelier presents a brilliant and bright fable… 2019 has been a banner year for gorgeous English-language manga translations and Witch Hat Atelier sits atop that list.” -Nerdist
"A great pick for Harry Potter fans, manga readers who like really good art, or just about anybody, really." -Brigid Alverson, B&N Sci-Fi & Fantasy Blog --This text refers to the paperback edition.