I've been making video game foodstuffs in my kitchen for 22 straight weeks now. In that time, I've learned a thing or two - most notably that in-game recipes aren't always the most comprehensive.
One of the consumable items on offer in The Elder Scrolls Online is the venison-stuffed grape leaf - a little parcel filled with meat and rice. One of our YouTube viewers asked me to recreate these tasty morsels for the latest episode of Chiodini's Kitchen, so I agreed - not because they're delicious (they are), but because there's something that really tickles me about the existence of these delicate morsels in the world of Tamriel.
UPDATE 7th April 4.15pm: Due to some surprise game server maintenance (a surprise to us, anyway), we've had to cut this live stream short. Sorry!
The Elder Scrolls Online is an interesting one - an ambitious and gargantuan new MMO, it has perhaps underwhelmed a little when shown before, a victim of the grandiose expectations that fans of the Elder Scrolls series have off the back of a run of outstanding games over the last ten years. Zenimax Online's epic has looked competent, good, even, but it's lacked the spark that people expect from Bethesda's universe.