Cooking

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This article is about the Cooking skill. For information on training Cooking, see Cooking training (F2P) (P2P).
For a list of all requirements and unlockables within the Cooking skill, see Cooking/Level up table.
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Cooking is a skill that allows raw food to be made edible, healing hitpoints when eaten. To do this, the player uses a raw, cookable food on a range or fire.

Depending on the player's Cooking level, food will sometimes burn, becoming unusable. Ranges burn food less often than fires at the same level, and some foods can only be cooked on ranges. Some ranges, such as the one in the Lumbridge Castle or in the Hosidius Kitchen, burn food less often than a normal range.

Cooking goes hand-in-hand with the Fishing skill as the player can cook the fish they obtain. If no range is nearby, having an axe and tinderbox on hand can allow the player to cut down a tree and make a fire to cook the fish on.

By levelling Cooking, the player is able to cook better foods such as swordfish, shark, pies, and pizzas.

Audio options icon.png
Cooking level up - normal
The music that plays when levelling up.
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Cooking level up - with unlocks
The music that plays when levelling up and unlocking new content.

How to cook[edit | edit source]

Cooking is known as one of the fastest skills to train, as players can cook in many different ways as well as being able to simply buy their raw food items from the Grand Exchange.

Before the Grand Exchange was created, the bulk of players usually fished and then cooked their catches. Generally a player who is manually gathering their raw items will cook their food items on a local campfire created through the Firemaking skill near where they are gathering, or take the items they have obtained to a range and cook there.

Ranges (which provide a lower burn rate) can be easily located and are almost always well labelled on the map as a cooking pan (The cooking range icon on the map) icon. There are other assorted things that a player can cook on, seen in NPC camps, or on iron spits. It is important to note that only meat, fish and stew can be cooked on an open fire. Foods like bread, cake, and pie must be cooked on a proper range, Most of these food items will generate an error message if the player attempts to cook it improperly while others, such as raw potatoes, will simply all burn. Raw foods loosely related to the Hunter skill, such as raw beast meat, raw chompy, and rabbit, must be cooked on an iron spit.

To actually cook something, players have to "use" their raw food item on a range or a campfire. If they have more than one food item of the same kind in their inventory, a picture of the food item will appear in the dialogue box. Ranges can also be left-clicked to automatically bring up this interface. The player can right-click on the picture and select how many they want to cook, or left click to cook all of them (default option).

If this is your first time cooking follow these steps for maximum effect:

  • Cook on the Lumbridge Castle range after completion of Cook's Assistant, as there is a bank directly upstairs and the range offers a lower burn rate than other ranges.
  • Cooking at the Rogues' Den has a permanent fire and is directly next to a banker (members only).
  • If you do not want to spend much money in this skill, you can kill cows and cook the raw meat on the range or a fire.

Burning food[edit | edit source]

Main article: Burnt food

As players train Cooking, they will sometimes fail to cook something at random, resulting in no Cooking experience gained. It is normal when you first begin training this skill to burn nearly anything you put before a fire or range, but as you gain more levels the burn ratio of food decreases until you reach the level where you can no longer burn them.

A table of the levels where cooking food items becomes successful 100% of the time can be found here.

A useful item to equip while training are cooking gauntlets. Wearing these gloves while training Cooking will cut down time and money due to less food being burnt. This is useful for food such as sharks where even at 99 you have the chance to burn them; with the cooking gauntlets equipped, you will stop burning sharks at level 94. Alternatively, cooking food while wearing a cooking cape will ensure that no food may be burned by the player.

All ranges have a lower burn rate than fires, but there are also special ranges which offer decreased burn rates. These can work in conjunction with the cooking gauntlets. Unless the player is cooking something with 100% success rate, it is recommended to use these where possible to decrease the amount of burnt food. The recommended range to cook on for members is in the Hosidius Kitchen, usable after gaining 100% Hosidius favour. This range grants a 5% increased chance to successfully cook food (10% if elite Kourend and Kebos diary completed) and is very close to a bank chest.

The range in Lumbridge Castle also has a lower burn rate, usable after completing the Cook's Assistant quest. The nearest bank to this range (for members) is the Culinaromancer's Chest in the cellar, which requires the first part of the Recipe for Disaster quest to be completed, or the bank at the top of Lumbridge Castle for free players. This range has a reduced burn rate, however, only works on the following foods:

Items needed[edit | edit source]

As Cooking is the skill of turning food from raw to edible, and there is a very wide range of available food types in RuneScape, there are many items that players need in order to cook food. Depending on what you are cooking, you will need a variety of items such as water or flour. Listed below are the cardinal cooking items which are used to make the most common types of food.

Types of food[edit | edit source]

Meat / fish[edit | edit source]

Level Item XP Healing Members
1 Cooked meat.png Cooked meat 30 3 0
Free-to-play icon.png
1 Sinew.png Sinew 3 N/A 1
Member icon.png
1 Shrimps.png Shrimps 30 3 0
Free-to-play icon.png
1 Cooked chicken.png Cooked chicken 30 3 0
Free-to-play icon.png
1 Cooked rabbit.png Cooked rabbit 30 3 1
Member icon.png
1 Anchovies.png Anchovies 30 1 0
Free-to-play icon.png
1 Sardine.png Sardine 40 4 0
Free-to-play icon.png
1 Poison karambwan.png Poison karambwan 80 -5 1
Member icon.png
1 Ugthanki meat.png Ugthanki meat 40 3 1
Member icon.png
5 Herring.png Herring 50 5 0
Free-to-play icon.png
10 Mackerel.png Mackerel 60 6 1
Member icon.png
11 Roast bird meat.png Roast bird meat 60 6 1
Member icon.png
12 Thin snail.png Thin snail 70 5-7 1
Member icon.png
15 Trout.png Trout 70 7 0
Free-to-play icon.png
16 Spider on stick.png Spider on stick 80 7-10 1
Member icon.png
16 Spider on shaft.png Spider on shaft 80 7-10 1
Member icon.png
16 Roast rabbit.png Roast rabbit 70 7 1
Member icon.png
17 Lean snail.png Lean snail 80 8 1
Member icon.png
18 Cod.png Cod 75 7 1
Member icon.png
20 Pike.png Pike 80 8 0
Free-to-play icon.png
21 Roast beast meat.png Roast beast meat 82.5 8 1
Member icon.png
21 Cooked crab meat.png Cooked crab meat 100 10 1
Member icon.png
22 Fat snail.png Fat snail 95 7-9 1
Member icon.png
25 Salmon.png Salmon 90 9 0
Free-to-play icon.png
28 Slimy eel.png Slimy eel 95 6-10 1
Member icon.png
30 Tuna.png Tuna 100 10 0
Free-to-play icon.png
30 Cooked karambwan.png Cooked karambwan 190 18 1
Member icon.png
30 Cooked chompy.png Cooked chompy 100 10 1
Member icon.png
31 Cooked fishcake.png Cooked fishcake 100 11 1
Member icon.png
35 Rainbow fish.png Rainbow fish 110 11 1
Member icon.png
38 Cave eel.png Cave eel 115 7-11 1
Member icon.png
40 Lobster.png Lobster 120 12 0
Free-to-play icon.png
41 Cooked jubbly.png Cooked jubbly 160 15 1
Member icon.png
43 Bass.png Bass 130 13 1
Member icon.png
45 Swordfish.png Swordfish 140 14 0
Free-to-play icon.png
53 Lava eel.png Lava eel 30 14 1
Member icon.png
62 Monkfish.png Monkfish 150 16 1
Member icon.png
72 Sacred eel.png Sacred eel 109-124 N/A 1
Member icon.png
80 Shark.png Shark 210 20 1
Member icon.png
82 Sea turtle.png Sea turtle 211.3 21 1
Member icon.png
84 Anglerfish.png Anglerfish 230 3-22 1
Member icon.png
90 Dark crab.png Dark crab 215 22 1
Member icon.png
91 Manta ray.png Manta ray 216.2 22 1
Member icon.png

Bread[edit | edit source]

Level Item XP Healing Members
1 Bread.png Bread 40 5 0
Free-to-play icon.png
58 Pitta bread.png Pitta bread 40 N/A 1
Member icon.png

Pies[edit | edit source]

Level Item XP Healing Effect Members
10 Redberry pie.png Redberry pie 78 10 None 0
Free-to-play icon.png
20 Meat pie.png Meat pie 110 12 None 0
Free-to-play icon.png
29 Mud pie.png Mud pie 128 0 Thrown at enemies 1
Member icon.png
30 Apple pie.png Apple pie 130 14 None 0
Free-to-play icon.png
34 Garden pie.png Garden pie 138 12 +3 Farming 1
Member icon.png
47 Fish pie.png Fish pie 164 12 +3 Fishing 1
Member icon.png
52 Botanical pie.png Botanical pie 180 12 +4 Herblore 1
Member icon.png
60 Mushroom pie.png Mushroom pie 200 16 +4 Crafting 1
Member icon.png
70 Admiral pie.png Admiral pie 210 16 +5 Fishing 1
Member icon.png
73 Dragonfruit pie.png Dragonfruit pie 220 20 +4 Fletching 1
Member icon.png
85 Wild pie.png Wild pie 240 22 +4 Ranged, +5 Slayer 1
Member icon.png
95 Summer pie.png Summer pie 260 22 +5 Agility 1
Member icon.png

Stews[edit | edit source]

Level Item XP Healing Members
25 Stew.png Stew 117 11 0
Free-to-play icon.png
60 Curry.png Curry 280 19 1
Member icon.png

Pizzas[edit | edit source]

Level Item XP Healing Members
35 Plain pizza.png Plain pizza 143 14 0
Free-to-play icon.png
45 Meat pizza.png Meat pizza 169 16 0
Free-to-play icon.png
55 Anchovy pizza.png Anchovy pizza 182 18 0
Free-to-play icon.png
65 Pineapple pizza.png Pineapple pizza 195 22 1
Member icon.png

Cakes[edit | edit source]

Level Item XP Healing Members
40 Cake.png Cake 180 12 0
Free-to-play icon.png
50 Chocolate cake.png Chocolate cake 210 15 0
Free-to-play icon.png

Wine[edit | edit source]

Level Item XP Healing Members
35 Jug of wine.png Jug of wine 200 11 0
Free-to-play icon.png
65 Wine of zamorak.png Wine of zamorak 200 N/A 1
Member icon.png

Note that every wine made resets the twelve second fermentation of the previously made wines, resulting in an enormous experience drop if a series of inventories are made fast enough. While being one of the fastest methods for reaching 99 Cooking (yielding 400k+ exp/hour if done optimally), it is also the most costly. There is virtually no profit made as opposed to the more traditional fish cooking. This method is also accessible to free-to-play.

Hot Drinks[edit | edit source]

Level Item XP Healing Notes Members
20 Cup of tea (nettle).png Cup of tea 52 3 Restores 5% energy. 1
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Vegetable[edit | edit source]

Level Item XP Healing Members
7 Baked potato.png Baked potato 15 4 1
Member icon.png
9 Spicy sauce.png Spicy sauce 25 2 1
Member icon.png
11 Chilli con carne.png Chilli con carne 25 5 1
Member icon.png
13 Scrambled egg.png Scrambled egg 50 5 1
Member icon.png
23 Egg and tomato.png Egg and tomato 0 8 1
Member icon.png
28 Cooked sweetcorn.png Cooked sweetcorn 104 1-10 1
Member icon.png
39 Potato with butter.png Potato with butter 40 14 1
Member icon.png
41 Chilli potato.png Chilli potato 15 14 1
Member icon.png
42 Fried onions.png Fried onions 60 5 1
Member icon.png
46 Fried mushrooms.png Fried mushrooms 60 5 1
Member icon.png
47 Potato with cheese.png Potato with cheese 40 16 1
Member icon.png
51 Egg potato.png Egg potato 45 16 1
Member icon.png
57 Mushroom & onion.png Mushroom & onion 120 11 1
Member icon.png
64 Mushroom potato.png Mushroom potato 55 20 1
Member icon.png
67 Tuna and corn.png Tuna and corn 0 13 1
Member icon.png
68 Tuna potato.png Tuna potato 10 22 1
Member icon.png

Dairy[edit | edit source]

Level Item XP Healing Members
21 Pot of cream.png Pot of cream 18 1 1
Member icon.png
38 Pat of butter.png Pat of butter 40.5 N/A 1
Member icon.png
48 Cheese.png Cheese 64 2 1
Member icon.png

Brewing[edit | edit source]

A brewing vat used to create ales.
Main article: Brewing

Brewing involves the fermenting of raw ingredients into ales or cider. Brewing is useful useful because most products boost certain skills. The process, however, is quite slow and is not a viable means of training. These alcoholic drinks are not useful for healing, unlike most food made with Cooking. Brewing takes place at two fermenting vats, one is located in eastern Keldagrim, on the 1st floor[UK]2nd floor[US] of the Laughing Miner Pub and the other is located in Port Phasmatys underneath the The Green Ghost pub. Only one brew can be made in a vat at a time.

During the brewing process it is possible for an ale to mature, normally a 5% change, or 64%[1] when adding the stuff. The stuff cannot be added to cider. Mature ales have stronger boosts. It can also turn into bad ale which has no use and is drained the from the barrel.

To make an ale, 2 bucket of water, 2 barley malt, 1 ale yeast, and optionally: 1 the stuff are required:

Steps
1. Use 2 bucket of water on the fermenting vat
2. Use 2 barley malt on the fermenting vat
3. Optional: Use 1 the stuff on the fermenting vat, increasing the chance to mature the ale from 5% to 64%[1]
4. Use the ingredients specific to the brew type you want to make
5. Use 1 ale yeast on the fermenting vat
6. Wait for 3 x 640 minute cycles (with the stuff added, between 3 x 640 and 16 x 640 minutes)
7. Use the valve to drain the completed ale into the barrel
8. Use 8 beer glasses or 2 calquat kegs on the barrel full of the completed ale

To make cider, 4 buckets of apple mush, 1 ale yeast are required:

Steps
1. Use 4 buckets of apple mush on the fermenting vat
2. Use 1 ale yeast on the fermenting vat
3. Wait for three 640 minutes farming cycles
4. Use the valve to drain the completed ale into the barrel
5. Use 8 beer glasses or 2 calquat kegs on the barrel full of the completed cider

Each apple mush requires 4 cooking apples and one bucket added into the Apple Press. 16 cooking apples are required per cider.

Most brews boost certain stats, some boost a variable amount based on the skill's level, boosting more as the level increases.

Ale Cooking Boosts Heals Deboosts Distinct ingredient
Level Experience
Cider.png Cider 14 182 Farming +1 Hitpoints 1 Attack Strength 2–3
2 + floor(CurrentLevel * 0.02)
Apple mush.png 4 × Apple mush
Mature cider.png Mature cider Farming +2 Hitpoints 2 Attack Strength 3–4
3 + floor(CurrentLevel * 0.02)
Dwarven stout.png Dwarven stout 19 215 Smithing Mining +1 Hitpoints 1 Attack Defence Strength 2–5
2 + floor(CurrentLevel * 0.04)
Hammerstone hops.png 4 × Hammerstone hops
Dwarven stout(m).png Dwarven stout(m) Smithing Mining +2 Hitpoints 2 Attack Defence Strength 3–6
3 + floor(CurrentLevel * 0.04)
Asgarnian ale.png Asgarnian ale 24 248 Strength +2 Hitpoints 1 Attack 2–6
2 + floor(CurrentLevel * 0.05)
Asgarnian hops.png 4 × Asgarnian hops
Asgarnian ale(m).png Asgarnian ale(m) Strength +3 Hitpoints 2 Attack 3–7
3 + floor(CurrentLevel * 0.05)
Greenman's ale.png Greenman's ale 29 281 Herblore +1 Hitpoints 1 Attack Defence Strength 2–5
2 + floor(CurrentLevel * 0.04)
Harralander.png 4 × Harralander
Greenman's ale(m).png Greenman's ale(m) Herblore +2 Hitpoints 2 Attack Defence Strength 3–6
3 + floor(CurrentLevel * 0.04)
Wizard's mind bomb.png Wizard's mind bomb 34 314 Magic +2–3
2 + floor(CurrentLevel * 0.02)
Hitpoints 1 Attack Defence Strength 1–5
1 + floor(CurrentLevel * 0.05)
Yanillian hops.png 4 × Yanillian hops
Mature wmb.png Mature wmb Magic +3–4
3 + floor(CurrentLevel * 0.02)
Hitpoints 2 Attack Defence Strength 2–6
2 + floor(CurrentLevel * 0.05)
Dragon bitter.png Dragon bitter 39 347 Strength +2 Hitpoints 1 Attack 2–6
2 + floor(CurrentLevel * 0.05)
Krandorian hops.png 4 × Krandorian hops
Dragon bitter(m).png Dragon bitter(m) Strength +3 Hitpoints 2 Attack 2–6
2 + floor(CurrentLevel * 0.05)
Moonlight mead.png Moonlight mead 44 380 N/A Hitpoints 4 N/A Mushroom.png 4 × Mushroom
Moonlight mead(m).png Moonlight mead(m) Hitpoints 6
Axeman's folly.png Axeman's folly 49 413 Woodcutting +1 Hitpoints 1 Attack Strength 2–3
2 + floor(CurrentLevel * 0.02)
Oak roots.png 1 × Oak roots
Axeman's folly(m).png Axeman's folly(m) Woodcutting +2 Hitpoints 2 Attack Strength 3–4
3 + floor(CurrentLevel * 0.02)
Chef's delight.png Chef's delight 54 413 Cooking +1–5
1 + floor(CurrentLevel * 0.05)
Hitpoints 1 Attack Strength 3–6
2 + floor(CurrentLevel * 0.05)
Chocolate dust.png 4 × Chocolate dust
Chef's delight(m).png Chef's delight(m) Cooking +2–6
2 + floor(CurrentLevel * 0.05)
Hitpoints 2 Attack Strength 4–7
3 + floor(CurrentLevel * 0.05)
Slayer's respite.png Slayer's respite 59 479 Slayer +2 Hitpoints 1 Attack Strength 2–3
2 + floor(CurrentLevel * 0.02)
Wildblood hops.png 4 × Wildblood hops
Slayer's respite(m).png Slayer's respite(m) Slayer +4 Hitpoints 2 Attack Strength 3–4
3 + floor(CurrentLevel * 0.02)

Gnome cooking[edit | edit source]

Main article: Gnome cooking

Gnome cooking is very complicated, and is best left with its own specially dedicated guide. The gnome foods plays a big part in the Gnome Restaurant minigame. More detailed information can be found in article linked to above, but following is a general guide for how a player can get acquainted with gnome cooking.

Although it is complex, somewhat expensive, and requires a wide variety of unusual ingredients, gnome cooking can provide a good way to level Cooking from around 10 up to about 30 in good speed. To obtain the cookbook with all the recipes for gnome foods, a player can go to The Grand Tree in the Gnome Stronghold and find Aluft Gianne Sr. He is on the west side of the first level up of the Grand Tree and is dressed as a chef. Talk with him, and offer your assistance to him. He will assign you a succession of dishes to prepare. Once you have prepared the dish to his satisfaction, he will ask you to make another, then another moving steadily up the assortment of gnome foods. If you are using this method to train your Cooking and get an assignment you do not have the correct level to prepare, then you simply need to train until you do. Use the shops and resources in the Gnome Stronghold to make more gnome foods if you wish, or cook other foods that you may have. For each dish, the player can buy supplies from the shop run by Hudo who is found by the cooking range nearby Gianne, but ever since the shop stock update this has been severely limited. Players going through the tutorial will start by making crunchies, which can stored at a bank in the Grand Tree and later sold on the Grand Exchange. As your skill levels improve, you will be able to make battas then eventually bowls. Once you have completed the training exercises he gives you, you can start the minigame, which has several useful rewards.

Level Item XP Healing
6 Fruit blast.png Fruit blast 50 9
8 Pineapple punch.png Pineapple punch 70 9
10 Toad crunchies.png Toad crunchies 100 8
12 Spicy crunchies.png Spicy crunchies 100 7
14 Worm crunchies.png Worm crunchies 100 8
16 Chocchip crunchies.png Chocchip crunchies 100 7
18 Wizard blizzard.png Wizard blizzard 110 5
20 Short green guy.png Short green guy 120 5
25 Fruit batta.png Fruit batta 150 11
26 Toad batta.png Toad batta 152 11
27 Worm batta.png Worm batta 154 11
28 Vegetable batta.png Vegetable batta 156 11
29 Cheese+tom batta.png Cheese and tomato batta 158 11
30 Worm hole.png Worm hole 170 12
32 Drunk dragon.png Drunk dragon 160 5
33 Choc saturday.png Choc saturday 170 5
35 Veg ball.png Veg ball 175 12
37 Blurberry special.png Blurberry special 180 7
40 Tangled toad's legs.png Tangled toad's legs 185 15
42 Chocolate bomb.png Chocolate bomb 190 15

2-tick cooking[edit | edit source]

2-tick cooking demonstrated at the range in Hosidius Kitchen.

After an update that allowed players to left-click to interact with ranges, it is now possible to cook any food item (except raw karambwan) at double speed. To perform this, drop all your raw food items in front of a cooking range, then alternate between picking up a raw food item and left-clicking the range. This works because the cooking interface is skipped when only one raw food item is in the inventory, and the item is cooked with no delay. Due to the time it takes to drop items, the experience rate will not be exactly doubled, but this is the fastest way to cook the majority of food items.

Temporary boosts[edit | edit source]

Main article: Temporary skill boost
Boost Level
increase
Visibility Other info
Cooking cape.png Cooking cape 1 Visible Activating the cape's effect will increase the corresponding skill by 1.
Spicy stew.png Spicy stew
(orange spice)
±0-5 Visible Depending on type of stew, any skill can be boosted or reduced by 0 to 5 levels randomly.
Chef's delight.png Chef's delight 1-5 Visible Boosts cooking by .
Reduces Attack and Strength by 2 or more.
Chef's delight(m).png Chef's delight(m) 2-6 Visible Boosts cooking by .
Reduces Attack and Strength by 2 or more.

Quests[edit | edit source]

Quests requiring Cooking[edit | edit source]

Quest Cooking
requirement
Other requirements
Recipe for Disaster
(Another Cook's Quest)
Cooking 10 -
Ghosts Ahoy Cooking 20 Agility 25
Forgettable Tale... Cooking 22 Farming 17
Recipe for Disaster
(Evil Dave subquest)
Cooking 25 -
Big Chompy Bird Hunting Cooking 30 Fletching 5 , Ranged 30
Tai Bwo Wannai Trio Cooking 30 Agility 15 , Fishing 5
Recipe for Disaster
(Pirate Pete subquest)
Cooking 31 -
Recipe for Disaster
(Lumbridge Guide subquest)
Cooking 40 -
Recipe for Disaster
(Skrach Uglogwee subquest)
Cooking 41 Firemaking 20
Heroes' Quest Cooking 53 Quest points 55 , Fishing 53 , Herblore 25 , Mining 50
Swan Song Cooking 62 Quest points 100 , Magic 66 , Fishing 62 , Smithing 45 , Firemaking 42 , Crafting 40
Recipe for Disaster
(Awowogei subquest)
Cooking 70 Agility 48

Quests rewarding Cooking experience[edit | edit source]

Quest Experience
reward
Cooking
requirement
Other requirements
Cook's Assistant 300 - -
Rag and Bone Man 500 - -
Recipe for Disaster
(Dwarf subquest)
1,000 - -
Recipe for Disaster
(Goblin generals subquest)
1,000 - -
Recipe for Disaster
(Pirate Pete subquest)
1,000 Cooking 31 -
Big Chompy Bird Hunting 1,470 Cooking 30 Fletching 5 , Ranged 30
Recipe for Disaster
(Skrach Uglogwee subquest)
1,500 Cooking 41 Firemaking 20
Gertrude's Cat 1,525 - -
Recipe for Disaster
(Lumbridge Guide subquest)
2,500 Cooking 40 -
Heroes' Quest 2,825 Cooking 53 Quest points 55 , Fishing 53 , Herblore 25 , Mining 50
Recipe for Disaster
(Sir Amik Varze subquest)
4,000 - Quest points 107
Forgettable Tale... 5,000 Cooking 22 Farming 17
Tai Bwo Wannai Trio 5,000 Cooking 30 Agility 15 , Fishing 5
Recipe for Disaster
(Evil Dave subquest)
7,000 Cooking 25 -
Recipe for Disaster
(Awowogei subquest)
10,000 Cooking 70 Agility 48
Total 44,620

Skill choice[edit | edit source]

Upon completing any of the following quests, players may choose to allocate experience to Cooking. These rewards usually come in the form of items, such as lamps or books, and are independent of any experience rewards directly received for completing the quest.

Quest Experience
reward
Skills available Skill requirements
X Marks the Spot 300 Any -
Client of Kourend 500 twice Any -
Fairytale II - Cure a Queen 2,500 Any skill above 30 Farming 49 , Herblore 57
A Tail of Two Cats 2,500 twice Any skill above 30 -
The Great Brain Robbery 5,000 Any skill above 30 Crafting 16 , Construction 30 , Prayer 50
King's Ransom 5,000 Any skill above 50 Defence 65
Darkness of Hallowvale 2,000 three times Any skill above 30 Construction 5 , Mining 20 , Thieving 22 , Crafting 32 , Magic 33 , Strength 40
A Taste of Hope 2,500 three times Any skill above 35 Crafting 48 , Agility 45 , Attack 40 , Herblore 40 , Slayer 38
Architectural Alliance
(miniquest)
10,000 Any skill above 40 -
Curse of the Empty Lord
(miniquest)
10,000 Any skill above 50 Some players will need Prayer 31
One Small Favour 10,000 twice Any skill above 30 Agility 36 , Crafting 25 , Herblore 18 , Smithing 30
Recipe for Disaster
(The final battle)
20,000 Any skill above 50 Quest points 175 , Agility 48 , Mining 50 , Fishing 53 , Thieving 53 , Herblore 25 , Magic 59 , Smithing 40 , Firemaking 50 , Ranged 40 , Crafting 40 , Fletching 10 , Slayer 10 , Woodcutting 36
Total 84,800
  1. 1.0 1.1 Jagex. Mod Ash's Twitter account. 11 May 2018. (Archived from the original on 27 May 2020.) Mod Ash: "The code looks like it takes it from 5% to 64%."