Doctor Who: The Official Cookbook

Doctor Who The Official Cookbook Have your Doctor Who and eat it too with this out of this world cookbook featuring fun imaginative recipes for the whole family based on the wildly popular BBC series Doctor Who The perfect addition

  • Title: Doctor Who: The Official Cookbook
  • Author: Joanna Farrow
  • ISBN: 9780062455628
  • Page: 317
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Have your Doctor Who and eat it too with this out of this world cookbook featuring fun, imaginative recipes for the whole family, based on the wildly popular BBC series Doctor Who.The perfect addition to every Doctor Who fan s shelf, The Official Doctor Who Cookbook features a cornucopia of delicious, easy to make recipes from the simple, to the showstoppers with an excitiHave your Doctor Who and eat it too with this out of this world cookbook featuring fun, imaginative recipes for the whole family, based on the wildly popular BBC series Doctor Who.The perfect addition to every Doctor Who fan s shelf, The Official Doctor Who Cookbook features a cornucopia of delicious, easy to make recipes from the simple, to the showstoppers with an exciting Whovian twist Enjoy the Doctor s own favorite, fish fingers and custard, share some Cyberman Pie with friends, treat the family to Cassandra Pizza, or indulge your sweet tooth with a Supreme Dalek Cake Throwing a viewing party of your favorite episodes Serve up some Ood Rolls, Salt and Pepper Sontarans, and Weeping Angel Food Cake And don t forget the centerpiece for every Whovian get together, a Gingerbread TARDIS and, of course, 12 Cookie Doctors.Illustrated with stills from the television show and seasoned with fun food ephemera and quotes from the Doctor s universe, The Official Doctor Who Cookbook has something weird, wacky, and tasty for every fan.

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    1. This book is so wasted on me. Not only because I don't cook, but also because Nine and Ten are the only Doctors I care about. Some of these recipes are so complicated, I had to facepalm while flipping quickly past them. Others are simple, and sound SO fun. The Dalek salad, though? Disturbing on EVERY level.Seriously, this is so cute and I kind of love it and want to own it. For display purposes, not because I'm actually going to make anything. Because heh. No.

    2. Not to be confused with The Doctor Who Cookbook by Gary Downie which was a collection of recipes by actual actors, writers and production crew of Doctor Who (my favorite being the recipe for Lalla Wards' Extra Terrestrial Terrine), this is a collection of fun little 'arts and crafts in the kitchen' type recipes. You can make sandwiches that look like Cybermen, a Dalek Cupcake Army, a Pizza Cassandra or even a Zygon Pie. There are even templates in the back of the book to help guide you through t [...]

    3. I received this as a birthday present and immediately bought it as a Christmas present for friends.Some of the recipes are are super simple and fun, others are like an episode of Doctor Who - you get to the end of reading it and think, "yeah, that's not gonna happen."Most of these require cooking knowledge and serious time investment.

    4. This is a great cookbook for any whovian! The recipe are fun and themed across all the doctors. They all look delicious and the full photo glossy pages are great. There are templates in the back for some of the more intricate projects as well. My only criticism, is that it's not meant for any baker or cook. You should have some cooking skills to use this books. I would say intermediate level at least. Also, like so many cookbooks, if you don't live in a city, some of the ingredients can be hard [...]

    5. Meh. Beautiful photos, artfully staged, but that's to be expected from the author, who is a self-described food writer and stylist in the UK. Most of the recipes required two pages of instructions and quite a bit of experience. Thoughts of caterers came to mind as I read along; this is a great reference for pros who want to wow clients requesting Doctor Who-themed cakes, treats, and snacks. For rank and file fans, however, this book isn't as "perfectly approachable" as promised by Joanna Farrow' [...]

    6. Starting the New Year off with a belated Christmas gift. I don't know who loves it more - myself or my niblings?I really cannot wait to dirty my hands in flour making things like Zygon pie (pg. 50) or Jelly Babies (pg. 112). My nephew really wants me to make a Christmas Snowman (pg. 88), he says it'll be scary delicious!These recipes are really creative and fun. The layout and format of the book is great, it flows without being confusing or scattered. The photography is lovely as are the screens [...]

    7. FantasticThere are so many fun recipes in this book. Any doctor who lover, whovian, or friend of a fan will love all of the different ideas.

    8. This was very cute to look through but we didn't feel like we wanted to actually make any of them - either too complicated/contrived or not something we would ever actually would want to eat. "Eggs-stir-mix-bake", however, is worth remembering.

    9. DOCTOR WHO: THE OFFICIAL COOKBOOK by Joanna Farrow.Cool, glossy-paged, colourful geek-out concoction of food ideas revolving around Doctor Who. “There’s even the whole set of Doctors in the form of little iced biscuits.” (p6)“Extermi-Cake.” (p6)“Food has component parts flavours are rather like primary colours. You know, you blend two to achieve a third, and so on.” – 1st Doctor (p8)“Box falls out of the sky, man falls out of the box, man eats fish custard.” – 11th Doctor [...]

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