Mushroom-Shaped Chocolate-Orange Meringues

Whimsical party food to impress.

Froot Loop Cupcakes (USA)

Fancy dressing up your vanilla cupcakes?

Creamy Chicken Tetrazzini

Savory and creamy comfort food!

I-Disgust-Me BBQ Burgers

A burger for when you've stopped caring about fat content. The only thing missing is bacon!

Crab-Topped Deviled Eggs

Eggcelent. Yeah, I went there.

Chicken-Fried Chicken with Country Gravy Dipping Sauce

Double-coated for extra CRUNCH.

Red-Bottom Cake

Imagine if a black-bottom cupcake had a baby with a red velvet cake. Now imagine a red-bottom cake. Simply another excuse to eat cream cheese frosting.

A Rather Traditional Pavlova

Dreaming of a sunny summer day in food format?

Orange Beef Burgers

A chinese takeaway in burger form.

Mexican-Inspired: Cheesy Refried Bean Quesadillas

I beat Taco Bell to their own crushed-Dorito food hell with these babies.

Marsala Chicken Dumplings

Dumplings get a makeover.

Mochacinno Fudge

Premium coffee drink fudge!

Parmesan Chicken Risotto

Risotto for picky eaters!

Whimsical Cookery is a site for adults who prefer to eat like children, or perhaps just need to cook for some children. This site contains an aversion to vegetables, a love of fried food and cupcakes, lazy shortcuts, some disturbing creations, and an ignorance of proper culinary practices...

Sunday, 24 April 2011

Easter and Hiatus

Apologies for the hiatus...  It should only last a couple more weeks.  I've been buried in some hardcore essay-writing.

Last Easter my roomie and I threw the most excellent cheese-based Easter party (mostly for ourselves).  This year I fear we shall not be so lucky due to our workloads.

Despite being from the dairy state, I turn my back on my heritage and prefer Double Gloucester, Red Leicester, Camembert, and Brie.  BUT NEVER ENGLISH CHEDDAR.  I cannot cope with the idea of cheddar that is not orange.

  Lemon or Passion fruit-frosted fairy cakes decorated with jelly bellies and lemon rinds for dessert!

 Former roomie also invented this... popcorn dipped in Cadbury Creame Egg.  
Not as disgusting as it sounds?

My aunt used to make a lamb-shaped cake to celebrate Easter.  It is one of the few lamb-shaped cakes that I've seen that are not totally busted looking.  A quick google image search shall explain what I mean: GOOGLE!

Successful lamb cake

Have some Easter-themed noms?

  Can't walk 10 ft in Sainsburys without walking into a display of Hot Cross Buns!

Happy Easter!