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The Culinaromancer's Chest is a special chest accessible to players during and after the Recipe for Disaster quest. It is located in Lumbridge Castle's cellar but is invisible until the player reaches the point in Recipe for Disaster where Gypsy Aris stops time, spawning multiple sub-quests. It has a bank, a food store that sells items for the Cooking skill, and a combat item store. The combat store sells metal gloves that act as armour and give offensive bonuses and Kitchen weaponry utensils, which act as analogues to increasingly powerful weapons.

As the player progresses through the quest, greater access to the chest is granted, with more items of food, better gloves, and more powerful utensils available for purchase.


​Food store Edit

Item Number
in stock
sold at
Chocolate bar Chocolate bar 50 20 64
Tomato Tomato 50 14 96
Grapes Grapes 10 1 208
Pizza base Pizza base 1 4 257
Bucket of milk Bucket of milk 50 12 44
Pat of butter Pat of butter 10 4 243
Pie dish Pie dish 50 3 167
Bowl Bowl 50 4 22
Pot Pot 50 1 12
Bucket Bucket 50 2 36
Cheese Cheese 50 8 69
Cooking apple Cooking apple 50 36 104
Pot of flour Pot of flour 10 14 135
Egg Egg 50 4 40
Pot of cream Pot of cream 50 19 35
Spice Spice 50 230 281
Cake tin Cake tin 50 10 38
Jug Jug 50 1 3
Empty cup Empty cup 50 2 51

There are limits on the number of each item, and those limits rise as the player completes more phases of the Recipe for Disaster quest. Many stock items are limited to 10 items with completion of the full quest, but some are limited to slightly less or much more.

Items purchased from the store respawn over time until their limit is reached. The respawn time seems to be one of each item per minute for most items. However, some are slower: pizza base and spice respawn once every 5 minutes, grapes once every 6 minutes, chocolate bars once every 6 minutes 51 seconds, and flour once every 20 minutes 33 seconds.

Items store Edit

Item Number
in stock
sold at
Hardleather gloves Hardleather gloves 10 65 Not sold
Bronze gloves Bronze gloves 10 130 Not sold
Iron gloves Iron gloves 10 325 Not sold
Steel gloves Steel gloves 10 650 Not sold
Black gloves Black gloves 10 1,300 Not sold
Mithril gloves Mithril gloves 10 1,950 Not sold
Adamant gloves Adamant gloves 10 3,250 Not sold
Rune gloves Rune gloves 10 6,500 Not sold
Dragon gloves Dragon gloves 10 130,000 Not sold
Barrows gloves Barrows gloves 10 130,000 Not sold
Wooden spoon Wooden spoon 10 45 40
Egg whisk Egg whisk 10 65 49
Spork Spork 10 422 294
Spatula Spatula 10 2,496 1,708
Frying pan Frying pan 10 2,158 1,566
Skewer Skewer 10 4,160 2,921
Rolling pin Rolling pin 10 18,720 16,440
Kitchen knife Kitchen knife 10 10,400 6,301
Meat tenderiser Meat tenderiser 10 53,950 37,122
Cleaver Cleaver 10 33,280 21,668

Metal gloves usable as armour can be bought from the chest. These gloves resemble the normal metal classes (bronze through dragon) plus basic gloves and barrows gloves. The barrows gloves appear exactly like barrows equipment but do not have to be repaired like the gear. Higher tiered gloves will unlock as you progress through the quest.

Basic gloves are available after the first sub-quest is completed. The metal gloves are revealed one at a time as each member of the secret council is rescued. Finally, the Barrows gloves are unlocked by players who have fully completed the Recipe for Disaster final fight. The gloves bought from this store cannot be traded.

There is also a selection of kitchen weaponry, each of which have combat statistics equivalent from bronze to rune weapons. These are generally only used for show and jokes, but they are quite usable as weapons. Unlike the gloves, kitchen weaponry can be traded.

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