Inspired by the new Christopher Robin movie, a certain hunny loving bear will be full of joy after eating honey scrumptious meal.
A traditional and colourful dish for Mulan, a movie based on rebelling against Chinese tradition. Arrange your own vegetables for a custom designed dish!
A deconstruction of an English Beef Wellington, inspired by the wonderful Mary Poppins, that is Supercalifragilicious on the tongue.
The magic of this Sword in the Stone dish is to pack in all these ingredients into a dish to create a great British flavour.
Inspired by The Jungle Book, this warm, rustic curry is built from the ground up, mixing all your spices together with guinea fowl and a side of chapattis.
A South African dish with influence from Malaysia, India and the Netherlands. Zootopia has animals from all over the globe, so this worldly dish was perfect!
As mentioned in Beauty and the Beast’s ‘Be Our Guest’, I decided to make Beef Ragout and this slow cooked meal left no one ‘gloomy or complaining’!
Inspired by Disney’s Brother Bear, this pine nut and mustard crusted Alaskan salmon should provide a tasty and sufficient meal to meet your Paleo diet needs.
Inspired by Disney’s Peter Pan, Captain Hook’s Codfish is a great dish that you’ll never get old of making again and again!
Black and white and black and white. Inspired by 101 Dalmatians, this quick and easy recipe is a tasty treat that doesn’t require you to skin any puppies!
Esmerelda from Hunchback of Notre Dame, known for her bold and colourful personality could only be given a salad with a variety of textures and flavours
With thanks to the famous scene from Lady and the Tramp, I’ve recreated Tony’s two spaghetti speciale, and it’s heavy on the meatballs too.
I’m a designer who loves cooking new and exciting meals and dishes. I love to experiment with different cuisines and flavours to create the perfect dish. I have many ideas that I wish to make and look forward to sharing them with you!
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