The levels of the mobs for the cooking quest all have +'s which implies that the mobs are elite which they are not. Perhaps putting the actual level ranges would be more useful.

(This has undoubtedly crossed a lot of your minds but since nobody's said it here yet....) —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Illidan Rocks (talk · contr).


"Alterac Swiss"? Er, doesn't Swiss cheese come from Switzerland by definition? Shouldn't Alterac cheese be "Alterac Alterackese" or something? :/ --Illidan Rocks 09:04, 1 Feb 2006 (EST)

To contribute further to the nonsensical conversation, the term is actually regional to the US and Canada: [1]. --Bendyr 15:40, 1 Feb 2006 (EST)

"Swiss cheese" is the term Americans use to refer to what Europeans call Emmental Cheese. The Swiss, like most nations actually has many cheeses, unlike the Americans who only have three: cheese, sliced cheese and aerosol cheese. Anyway, it wouldn't make any more sense to call it Alterac Emmental, because emmental is also a place which doesn't exists in WOW. --Reincarnationfish 22:12, 28 October 2006 (EDT)

Hey! We got more than three cheeses! We got nacho, too! :-D --Azaram 11:43, 11 April 2007 (EDT)
I will be the first to admit that the average American's cheese palate is limited, however we have contributed to the cheese world, I.E.:
MJBurragetalk • 15:54, 21 November 2007 (UTC)

external guides

We need to post some external guides to cooking such as tutorials, walkthroughs, etc. to get people going. --Bookinvestor 20:43, 9 October 2006 (EDT)

Effects Tables?

I believe that Cooking needs a set of tables with the recipes cross referenced with their effects. Any other opinions?

Agreed, but most of this table already exists on the [Well Fed] buff page. We also need a list of the non-Well Fed effects that some foods, like  [Dragonbreath Chili] have. Wigs 05:32, 7 April 2008 (UTC)

No longer able to level to 300 from normal mob drops.

It seems since patch 2.1 it is no longer possible from mob drops alone. One can no longer get from 275 to 285 in cooking without either doing the Dire Maul recipe or obtaining fish (buying/fishing). Should this be mentioned? I was surprised trying to get my alt to 300 that it was no longer even possible since they've lowered when the Tender Wolf Steak and Monster Omellett turns grey to 275 now.

soothing turtle bisque

wouldnt soothing turtle bisque at 175 be better than what stands in the guides? its really easy to farm at the east coast of tanaris and you get the clams with it!--Rickinator9 (talk) 22:10, August 13, 2010 (UTC)

The Snapjaw turtles east of Southshore and Tarren Mill now drop the meat at a high rate, making it easy to farm the ingredients there. -- ScratchMonkey (talk) 22:37, August 13, 2010 (UTC)

What about cataclysm???

Where the heck do you find recopies there? --Howelandkitchen (talk) 01:58, 10 December 2010 (UTC)

The recipies would be found at your trainer in the capital cities for your respective faction Alliance Stephen Ryback <Cooking Trainer> and Horde Zamja <Cooking Trainer> try one of those two. Somhlth (talk) 23:58, 13 December 2010 (UTC)

Corrected Training Prices

I corrected the prices on the cooking page for training. Here is a list of the price as it was in the old article and the price I changed it to.

  • Apprentice was was 84c. I changed it to 95c
  • Jouneyman was 4s 21c. I changed it to 4s 75c
  • Expert was 84s 21c. I changed it to 95s
  • Artisan was 2g 10s 52c. I changed it to 2g 37s 50c
  • Master was 8g 42s 10c. I changed it to 9g 50s
    • I noticed during Pilgrim's Bounty the special trainers were charging 10g
  • Grand Master was 29g 47s 36c. I changed it to 33g 25s
    • I noticed during Pilgrim's Bounty the special trainers were charging 35g
  • Illustrious Grand Master was 42g 10s 52c. I changed it to 47g 50s
    • I noticed during Pilgrim's Bounty the special trainers were charging 50g

--ItsBrent (talk) 04:07, 28 November 2011 (UTC)

Rep discounts. The prices should be 1s, 5s, 1g, 2g 50s, 10g, 35g, and 50g. -- Dark T Zeratul (talk) 04:37, 28 November 2011 (UTC)