With prawns looking like brains and chilli to add the heat, this would be a perfect meal for Liv in iZombie!
Recipes inspired by Others...
Here you'll find recipes inspired by other forms of entertainment. I could be adding meals inspired by music, such as albums, songs or artists. I may think about exploring into TV series and movies I've been watching but isn't large enough to create a whole category for. I also may find inspiration from games, theatre shows, products, celebrities, locations, apps, or the people that I meet! This will certainly be an interesting category to follow.
As Buddy the Elf enjoys, I’ve coated this dish in maple syrup to keep it sweet to taste!
In this story of the Ugly Duckling, the cat introduces himself to Ugly by attempting to cook up this fantastic dish!
Throw those curtains wide! One meal like this a year’d see me right!
Garlic bread? In a salad? With lamb on the side? Crazy really! Inspired by the comedian, Peter Kay, you could probably have a cake with cheese after!
Following Sheldon Cooper’s food schedule, I decided to make a Thai dish for this Big Bang Theory based recipe.
A highly colourful dish, based on an episode of the second season of Glee, sets the scene for a diverse and tasty lunch for two.
Based on the adult animated show Rick and Morty, these vegetarian portal pizzas are out of this world!
Despite whether you love it or hate it, Marmite is interesting to cook with. This cheesy pasta may change your mind about Marmite!
Using a salsa received from a Degusta subscription, we’ve created a heavenly dish that deserves its place in your own Good Place!
Using the back story of Regina and Snow, I create a great flatbread lunch using ingredients received from Degusta.
To portray the sweetness of the characters and the sourness of the betrayal of the story of the musical, Wicked
“Duck it is Gav, Cooked in Honey and Limes, Immense!”
As Orange is the New Black comes to an end on Netflix, I’ve created a dish you’d likely find on their prison menus.
Served as a dish by the Baudelaire children to the vile Count Olaf in the first book in the “A Series of Unfortunate Events” franchise, “The Bad Beginning”.