The Nickelodeon Animation Studios’ production that aired for three seasons from 2005 to 2008 on Nickelodeon has helped boost the career of Jenny Dorsey.
Dorsey, a professional chef, artist and author, has launched Avatar: The Last Airbender: The Official Cookbook, whose recipes are inspired by Aang, the animated series’ protagonist.
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The beautifully compiled cookbook offers Asian-themed recipes from four nations depicted in Avatar: vegetarian cuisines by the Air Nomads, tasty seafood dishes from the Water Tribe, tantalizing dishes by the Earth Kingdom and saucy entrees by the Fire Nation.
The cookbook provides detailed recipes complete with high-quality images of the dishes and pointers on how to integrate the dishes into your diet.
The book is available on Amazon for $24.99, and it consists of 60 food and beverage recipes, combined with letters from Aang highlighting the relevance of each recipe.
Netflix To Produce Its Original Avatar: The Last Airbender
Though the Nickelodeon production Avatar series was added to Netflix in May 2020, a new Netflix original is currently cooking and will likely be released in late 2022 or spring 2023.
Netflix confirmed the production of Avatar in mid-November, which will wrap up in May 2022 in Vancouver, British Columbia. So, we are likely to watch it in November or December next year if all goes according to plan.
Netflix’s Avatar: The Last Airbender Cast
The series’ showrunner is Albert Kim. His previous projects include Nikita and Sleepy Hollow. The long-awaited cast members include Gordon Cormier playing Aang, Ian Ousley playing Sokka, Kiawentiio playing Katara, Dallas Liu playing Zuko, Lim Kay Siu playing Gyatso, Paul Sun-Hyung Lee playing Uncle Iroh, Ken Leung playing Commander Zhao and Daniel Dae Kim playing Fire Lord Ozai.