For fans, food lovers and those looking for a fun and easy summer holiday activity – The Official Doctor Who Cook Book has 40 brilliant time and space travelling recipes for you to enjoy!
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 Breadwith 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.
Don’t worry, all these dishes are oodible!
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In that scene in Hitler’s office, with River, [the Doctor] starts off being quite bad at flirting, and it gets better. As soon as the Doctor realises it’s about her trying to kill him, he’s at ease. When it’s her being nice, that’s what freaks him out.
[in response to being asked what he would put into the Pandorica, after being told Karen Gillan would put herself in it so she could live forever] “Wow, that’d be pretty lonely. Maybe I’d put Karen in it so she could live forever! Because then her wish would come true and my wish would come true - she’d be immortal.”
Matt Smith in his Brilliant Book of Doctor Who 2011 interview