If you're in the mood for a themed cookbook, I HIGHLY recommend The Elder Scrolls: The Official Cookbook. I thought it would be full of jokey recipes with ingredients you can't actually find, but lemme tell ya, this cookbook is LEGIT. I made five recipes out of it this weekend and they're all well-written and very tasty.
So far, I've made Oatmeal Raisin Shortbread cookies (uses Nord Spices, a seasoning blend of cinnamon, cardamom, mace, cloves, and Grains of Paradise which I've had in my pantry for a while since one of our favorite winter cakes uses them), Redguard Rice (uses ground lamb, but I substituted ground pork because I have about 20 lbs. of it), Braised Rib Stew w/Farro (I used barley because they're interchangeable and even the recipe says so), Imperial Mushroom Sauce (uses Imperial Spices, a blend of marjoram, savory, coriander, and white pepper), and Stewed Apples with Eidar Cheese (supposed to use bleu cheese, but I can't because my wife can't have moldy cheese while she's on chemo, plus, I hate it) which also uses the Nord Spices.
The Kwama Quiche is the most prominent recipe that calls for a fantasy ingredient front and center (1 Large Kwama Egg or 4 chicken eggs). Everything else, even the Skooma* is well grounded in fairly easy to source ingredients. You'll probably need to go online for Grains of Paradise, though. There are recipes for the various meads you encountered in Skyrim, starting with a basic mead recipe (which requires 1-2 weeks or more due to fermentation).
I'll probably never get to do the Horker Loaf (it's a beef & oyster meatloaf because walrus is too hard, if not impossible to source) because my wife hates oysters in all forms. There is a chicken dumpling I'm going to try soon (not chicken and dumpling, but an hand-eaten dough-wrapped chicken pot pie, basically), as well another hand pie (with ground beef). Yes, there are sweet rolls and Bosmer Bites (a dried fruit and nut ball on a skewer) and Snowberry Crostatas (cranberry). I cannot speak highly enough about this cookbook. It's one of the most well-written cookbooks I own and all of the recipes just look fantastic.
* Since Skooma is a potent, illegal drug in-game, here it is basically an apricot-infused vodka.