The final Hat Films dish includes Chris Trott as a trout sitting on some sticky white rice representing his dog, Mochi
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.
Reincarnating George’s Marvellous Medicine would be dangerous to you or I, but this stupendous stew brings ingredients together to form an exciting edible dish!
A breakfast fit for a queen, Queen Elizabeth II to be precise, this meal is often enjoyed by the royal family at one of their favourite hotels, The Goring.
Golden Salmon and Ruby Radishes on a bed of creamy avocado dip wrapped in gem lettuce leaves are a treasure trove of flavours for many D&D Rogues!
This buzzing little dish not only looks like a bee, it utilises honey to create a sweet yet savoury meal fit for a Halfling Swarmkeeper!
Inspired by my Loxodon Druid in our Dungeons and Dragons game, this quick bite will utilise the power of mushrooms in your future battles!
Often found at the Walt Disney Studios Commissary (the studio’s employee restaurant), this dish was was Walt’s favourite!
Carve Minecraft blocks out of meat and veg to top your creamy pickled beet salad and rye toasts.
A party dish inspired by Alsmiffy’s game: Wine or Cheese; a ‘Choose your own adventure’ that almost always ends with your untimely and improbable death.
Bringing an Icelandic meal across the globe inspired the the Netflix sensation that is Sense8.
Breaking the separation between dream and reality this Paprika spiced dish is a great blend of flavour and spice.
As commentator on the Yogscast Poker, Pyrion Flax knows the game inside out, so here are some well suited pizzas for him!
With the release of Animal Crossing: New Horizons, I’ve spent a good deal of time on the game, being inspired to make an island dish.
“Put a bit of lava in the drum. Put a bit of lava in the drum.” Make a hot lava soup inspired by djh3max himself, Ross Hornby.
Mixing his love for Yorkshire Tea and his girlfriend Mango, I’ve created a meal inspired by The Spiffing Brit!