Fans of the popular '90s sitcom Friends can now make some of the iconic dishes from the show, thanks to a new cookbook that's set for release later this year.
Friends: The Official Cookbook has been created by chef Amanda Yee, and includes more than 100 recipes from the iconic TV show.
Amanda has worked extensively in both critically acclaimed Californian and Danish restaurants while operating a community-based supper club called Five & Dime.
Due for release on 22 September 2020, 16 years after the final episode aired, the cookbook is set to delight Friends fans old and new, and includes recipes for all cooking skills - whether you're a pro like Monica or a simple sandwich fan like Joey.
Inside the book, there's everything from starters through to main courses, desserts and drinks. Each chapter includes dishes you'll definitely remember from the show, including Monica's Friendsgiving Feast, Rachel's Trifle, Just for Joey Fries, Chandler's "Milk You Can Chew," Phoebe's Grandmother's Cookies, and, of course, The Moist Maker.
Rachel's iconic trifle was a traditional recipe for the dessert mixed, by accident, with ingredients for a cottage pie. It was famously described by Ross as "tasting like feet".
How to buy it
Pre-orders are being taken now on Amazon, at a price of about £20.