This "Doctor Who" cookbook is like nothing we've ever seen before
If you’ve already made Harry Potter-themed drinks and thought, “Hey, this COULD be nerdier,” look no further. Mashable has the scoop (or the dish) on a new Doctor Who cookbook from British food writer Joanna Farrow.
With forty recipes running the gamut from an eatable Ood to fish fingers and custard, this book is a must-have for any fan.
We might have to borrow the TARDIS to find enough time to make all these recipes (and possibly find a planet where calories don’t count — get on that, please, Doctor!), but they overall look too good and we’re freaking out a little.
Here’s a quick peak at all of the timey-wimey treats you can make with the help of this no doubt bigger-on-the-inside cookbook. But you might want to sit down first. It’s a little overwhelming.
Box falls out of the sky, man falls out of a box, man eats fish custard!
Telepathy not included (unfortunately):
This looks purely delicious:
While we kinda hate and kinda love the idea of taking a bite out of Cassandra’s face (while listening to the Old Earth anthem, “Toxic”, OBVIOUSLY) these recipes are sure to make any Whovians two hearts beat a little bit faster.
Released by Harper Collins, the cookbook, titled The Official Cookbook: 40 Wibbly-Wobbly Timey-Wimey Recipes is available now in hardcover on Amazon. And we DEF need to add this to our collection of tawdry quirks.