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Doctor Who: The Official Cookbook was a cookbook with recipes based on popular elements of the Doctor Who universe. It was the first official Doctor Who cookbook since The Doctor Who Cookbook in 1985.
Publisher's summary[edit | edit source]
The perfect addition to every Doctor Who fan's shelf, Doctor Who: The Official Cookbook features a cornucopia of delicious, easy-to-make recipes—from the simple, to the showstoppers—with an exciting Whovian twist. Enjoy the Doctor's own favourite, fish fingers and custard, share some Cyberman Pie with friends, treat the family to Cassandra Pizza, or indulge your sweet tooth with a Supreme Dalek Cake.
Throwing a viewing party of your favourite episodes? Serve up some Ood Rolls, Salt and Pepper Sontarans, and Weeping Angel Food Cake. And don't forget the centerpiece for every Whovian get-together, a Gingerbread TARDIS and, of course, 12 Cookie Doctors.
Illustrated with stills from the television show and seasoned with fun food ephemera and quotes from the Doctor’s universe, Doctor Who: The Official Cookbook has something weird, wacky, and tasty for every fan.
Subject matter[edit | edit source]
Recipes in The Official Cookbook include:
- Fish Fingers and Custard (pg 25)
- Ood Head Bread (pg 37)
- Slitheen Cuisine (pg 41)
- Cyberman Pie
- A Pizza Cassandra (pg 49)
- Supreme Dalek Cake
- Dalektable Army (pg 73)
- Ood Rolls
- Salt and Pepper Sontarans
- Weeping Angel Food Cake
- Adipose Pavlova (pg 103)
- Gingerbread TARDIS
- Cookie Who's Who (pg 120-121)
- Kookie K-9 (pg 123)
Notable features[edit | edit source]
- Each recipe page includes some background on the character or species the recipe is based on.
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