The official Friends cookbook is here - and it includes Rachel’s trifle and Ross's 'Moist Maker' sandwich

You can now learn how to make the iconic recipes from Friends. (Getty Images)
You can now learn how to make the iconic recipes from Friends. (Getty Images)

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The characters in Friends have so many skills that we wish we could emulate. We’d love to make sartorial choices like Rachel, tidy up like Monica, look as effortlessly good as Joey and match Chandler’s quick wit.

But if you asked us whether cooking like Joey was on the list? We can’t say it would make the top 10.

That said, there are a variety of recipes that are mentioned on the show, which we would love to whip up at home.

How to create the perfect sandwich with Ross’ “moist-maker” for example or Monica’s Thanksgiving roast potatoes or even, dare we say, Rachel’s beef trifle, (admit it, you’re intrigued too).

If you feel the same, then we have great news: the official 'Friends' cookbook has arrived.

Friends: The Official Cookbook by Amanda Yee, approved by Warner Bros, includes more than 90 recipes that will appeal to fans of all cooking abilities, as well as a whole lot of nostalgia.

Buy it: Friends: The Official Cookbook | £19.99 from WHSmith

Also available from Amazon

“Whether you’re a seasoned chef like Monica Geller, just starting a catering business like Phoebe Buffay, or a regular old food enthusiast like Joey Tribbiani, Friends: The Official Cookbook offers a variety of recipes for chefs of all levels,” the cookbook’s description reads.

The book includes recipes for dishes Friends fans will remember from the show, like Just for Joey Fries, Phoebe's Grandmother's Cookies, Chandler's Milk You Can Chew and even Monica’s Friendsgiving Feast.

The book is also available via Amazon for £18.

It’s time to get the best china down from the cupboard (“careful Chandler!”) and whip up a feast.

Maybe we should go on a break? A lunch break.