These dastardly tartlets inspired by the wicked Green Goblin are great as small snacks at lunch or with a salad and as a main.
This Indonesian dish is inspired by the Maledictus cursed to transform into a snake, Nagini from the Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts films.
Inspired by Doctor Who’s TARDIS, this Calzone feels like it’s bigger on the inside that’s filled with a madness of meat and vegetables!
A Colombian dish for one of my favourite characters from Modern Family, Gloria!
After spending time in Hawaii, like Stitch, this burger has some slight modifications to make it even better!
A collection of vegetables, cheese and herbs pierced together by Hawkeye arrows
Inspired by the mutant, Storm, this Coconut Kale and Turmeric Rice is a traditional Kenyan dish usually made with Sakuma Wiki.
With prawns looking like brains and chilli to add the heat, this would be a perfect meal for Liv in iZombie!
As Buddy the Elf enjoys, I’ve coated this dish in maple syrup to keep it sweet to taste!
A heartwarming British classic enjoyed in local countryside pubs like the Three Broomsticks in Hogsmeade.
Whilst this dish takes a while to make, you have to love the authenticity of a wonderful, old-fashioned Norwegian fish dish!
These little Chinese buns not only look like snowballs, they’re fun and easy to make 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!
Seasons and Dietary Requirement Update
I’ve recently added features to the site. First up is dietary requirements. I understand that a few visitors have special requirements when making food and whilst all meals can include substitutes, I have highlighted the vegan, vegetarian, gluten-free and dairy-free recipes for those needing them. If you have any other dietary requirements you’d like me to add to the website, please let me know, and I’ll see what I can do. I’m aiming to make many more gluten-free recipes in the future so stay tuned for them!
Also whilst most supermarkets sell food from across all seasons, there are some things you can only find at certain times, for example pumpkins in Autumn. So I’ve drawn up some pages for the recipes with seasonal fruit, veg, meat, fish and salad items as their main ingredients, to help you explore meals made for a particular time of year. This means you’ll find bbq food in the summer, light meals in the spring, Halloween meals in Autumn and warmer meals in the Winter.
Now let’s get cooking in 2020!