Gamers have a bad habit of stuffing their faces when they game, and most of what they use for stuffing is junk food. And when they do eat something remotely considered a decent meal, they tend to go for expensive take-out; pizza, hoagies, cheesesteaks, chinese, fast food, etc.
This short cookbook provides you with a small selection inexpensive recipes that most gamers seem to like. Along with being cheap (costing between $0.82 and $3.00 per person to prepare), these are mostly easy to make, if not fast to prepare, with most of them taking less than a half hour to prepare. Best of all, it isn't the greasy, fat-filled, high-calorie dietary nightmare they usually consume.
Just remember, before attempting any of these recipes, make sure you have an appropriately large pot, something along the lines of 12 to 15 quarts. Otherwise, you may find a tendency to end up with a few servings being fed to your stove and counter. These recipes have been taste tested and found suitable for use on all forms of starving artists, underfed college students, tabletop gamers, youth athletic teams, and some small military units.
This product is a test marketing product designed to test the market interest for this sort of product.
One final note. This is written by a US resident and uses ingredients common here in the United States and Canada. Don't foolishly assume any cookbook available online is written according to ingredient availability at your own local grocery store. I have enough bad reviews by residents of other continents angry that they made such an assumption and bought a cookbook they can't use.