5 New Cookbooks (based on tv shows!) to Watch Out For

So, in my searching last week for new books about tv, I found a subgenre of books that I thought deserved its own post: Cookbooks based on TV shows. My two favourites that I can’t wait to read are Feeding Hannibal and Damn Fine Cherry Pie!

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Doctor Who: The Official Cookbook (11 Aug 2016)
Whether you’re planning a party to watch the latest episode, need a showstopping cake that’s bigger on the inside, or want a taste of the TARDIS at teatime, this is the ultimate collection of dishes from across space and time.

Keep the munchies at bay with a fleet of Atraxi Snax, and serve an Ood Head Bread with your dinner. Create your very own Picnic at Asgard, or invite the Zygon Pie into your house. And say ‘Hello, Sweetie’ to a deadly-delicious Dalektable Army, a Peek-a-Boo Pandorica cake, or some simple jelly babies.

Each easy-to-follow recipe has step-by-step instructions to show how you can make meals, snacks, cakes and sweets that are truly out of this world.

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Feeding Hannibal: A Connoisseurs Cookbook (18 oct 2016)
Feeding Hannibal: A Connoisseurs Cookbook is a collection of easy-to-follow recipes inspired by the show and created by its food stylist, Janice Poon. Each recipe is accompanied by fascinating insiders anecdotes, delightful artwork and revealing behind-the-scenes photos of stars and crew on the set of Hannibal.

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The Walking Bread (20 Oct 2016)
From the creators of BAKING BAD and GAME OF SCONES comes the ghoulishly funny spoof cookbook THE WALKING BREAD, inspired by the hit television series that viewers have been hungrily devouring for the past five years.

Fans of the show will be dying to get their hands, and jaws, on this new pun-tastic, post-apocalyptic instalment that features edible recipes inspired by key moments on the show, such as Carol’s Tough Nut Cookies and Rick’s Ribs. Don your apron (and your eye patch) and prepare for the very best of dystopian cooking.

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Damn Fine Cherry Pie: The Unauthorised Cookbook Inspired by the TV Show Twin Peaks (3 Nov 2016)
Enjoy the taste of the cult classic TV series Twin Peaks with more than 100 recipes inspired by the show’s scenes and characters – including Maple Ham Pancakes, Coffee Donuts, Icelandic Hangikjot, Percolator Fish Supper and Chocolate Chestnut Log. Along the way you’ll discover fun facts and features – such as how to tie cherry stems in your mouth, and ohw to fold origami owls – and a diner jukebox selection inspired by the show that you can enjoy with a slice of damn fine cherry pie.

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Adventure Time: The Official Cookbook (22 Nov 2016)
Grab your friends and get cooking in the land of Ooo with “Adventure Time: The Official Cookbook,” featuring recipes from all your favorite characters and kingdoms.
In the wastelands of an island, Finn the Human comes upon a partially disintegrated cookbook. In a quest for knowledge about the lives of other humans, Finn takes it upon himself to complete the cookbook, with the help of Jake, Princess Bubblegum, Marceline, and the other denizens of Ooo.
“Adventure Time: The Official Cookbook “features pre-Mushroom War favorites like spaghetti and meatballs and grilled cheese, rewritten by the characters for an Adventure Time twist. Also featured are new staples like Jake s Making Bacon Pancakes, the full Breakfast Kingdom Breakfast, Marceline’s Fries, and more. Complete with commentary and sections written by Finn and his friends, this cookbook is the ultimate guide to Ooo cuisine.

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