Dining With The Doctor: The Unauthorized Whovian Cookbook
Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub
Check out the second edition now on Kickstarter!
The new 2nd edition of Dining With the Doctor has over 120 recipes covering the 8th - 12th Doctors.
Chris-Rachael read your reviews and listened to your critiques. She's replacing 60 of the lamer recipes from the 1st edition with all new recipes, plus adding recipes for the 8th Doctor, War Doctor, 12th Doctor, and if we hit all the stretch goals, maybe even Inspector Spacetime.
We now return you to your regularly scheduled book description.
The author of *Wood for Sheep: The Unauthorized Settlers Cookbook* is about to take your taste buds on a wibbly wobbly, timey wimey adventure through the Doctor Who reboot.
Megafan and food writer Chris-Rachael Oseland spent a year rewatching all of series one through six and experimenting in her kitchen to bring you a fresh recipe for every single episode.
This book is a treat for any Whovian who wants to offer more than a plate of fish fingers and a bowl of custard at your next viewing party. Want to host an elegant dinner party to show off your new Tardis corset? Start the evening with a Two Streams Garden Cocktail followed by Baked Hath, Marble Cucumber Circuits with Vesuvian Fire Dipping Sauce, Professor Yana’s Gluten Neutrino Map Binder, Slitheen Eggs, and some of Kazran’s Night Sky Fog Cups for dessert.
If you’re just getting a few friends together to watch the latest episode, why not offer them an Ood Mezze Plate to munch on as stragglers wander in followed by some quick and easy Fish Custard Tacos, Open Faced Dalek Ironsides, Sontaran Soldiers, and a Cinnamon Pull Apart Crack in the Wall. They can wash it all down with a cup of the Pond’s Wedding Punch.
Lets be honest. No Whovian gathering is complete without them, so you also get an entire bonus chapter dedicated to interesting alternative takes on fish fingers and custard.
This comprehensive cookbook includes eighteen adult beverages, more than two dozen recipes for vegetarians, twenty that are safe for people with wheat allergies, and ten for the low carb dieters. You’ll be prepared for every possible guest.
The ebook also includes over 50 full color photos, a linked table of contents for easy navigation, and a useful appendix.
Put on your fez and straighten your bow tie. You own a cookbook now. Cookbooks are cool.
Brought to you by the author of such geektastic wonders as:
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hassle. Once you’re satisfied, pull the baking sheet of wings back out of the fridge. Carefully dunk each one into the butter and hot sauce mix. Try to coat as much of it as possible, but don’t go nuts. You don’t want to lose the flour coating. That’s what gives it a fake crispiness. Put each wing back on the cookie sheet after its hot sauce bath. Once all the wings are coated, bake them for 25 minutes. Flip each one over then put them back in the oven and bake them for another 25 minutes.
very thin slices. Fry up your bacon until it’s nice and crispy. You can’t waste something as precious as cooking fat, so fry up your slices of national loaf (or whatever brown bread you have lying about) in the bacon grease. Once all your bread is nice and crispy, cut the top, rounded third off two slices. Arrange whole slices directly above them. Between the curved top and the long, tapered body, you can already start to see a Dalek taking shape. Four slices is enough bread for two Dalek
cup/200 g semisweet chocolate chips (may use miniature chips) 3/4 cup/100 g powdered sugar I was immensely tempted to whip up a recipe for hallucinogenic lipstick. After all, lip balm is surprisingly easy to make with little more than Vaseline and Kool-Aid. Add some hallucinogens and you’re well on your way to pretending to be River Song - or possibly getting yourself arrested. Wait, that’s part of being River Song. Since The Doctor doesn’t come to my rescue whenever I write “Hello Sweetie” on
family recipe passed down from your grandmother. You should either get your custard from a box or make hers. The rest of you can give this recipe a try. Like most things made from actual ingredients instead of a chemical cocktail, it won’t be as flamboyantly yellow as The Doctor’s custard. Add a few drops of yellow and orange food coloring to get the full televised cheap box of processed custard look. To make your custard, start by mixing the sugar and cornstarch in a bowl. Pour in the milk and
and keep whipping it. While your “custard” is whipping, bake your choice of fish sticks. It’s entirely up to you whether these come from a box or are homemade, but considering what you’re about to do with them, I suggest you go cheap and buy a box from the grocery store. Once your fish fingers are nice and crunchy, spritz a cookie sheet with nonstick spray and spread a thin layer of panko bread crumbs across it. Toast these at 400F/205C for 3-4 minutes to get them extra crunchy. Now all you