Edible Art: R’leh Easy Cthulhu Pot Pies

If hunger comes to you at night like the whisperer in darkness, don’t eat those elder things in the fridge. Instead, stuff these adorable little icons of the elder gods into the unquenchable pit of your belly along with a mountain of madness inducing mashed potatoes. Recipe: 2 tubes refrigerated biscuits 1 cup frozen mixed vegetables 1 large can cooked

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Edible Art: Eye of Sauron

Hobbitses can not take my precious. The eye will stop them. Fill their bellies, it will. Then, when they can not move, they will be mine! All mine! Eye of Sauron 1 tube crescent dough 8 large pasta shells 8 premade meatballs 1 cup red pasta sauce 8 tsp shredded mozzarella Boil their shells eyes till soft and tender. Unroll

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Edible Art: Hitchhiker’s Guide BBQ Towel Rangoons

Hey, Hoopy Froods! In honor of Towel Day, we bring you something more to snack on than a bag of peanuts and cup of not-tea while you curl up with your favorite towel and a copy of the Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy. Hitchhiker’s Guide BBQ Towel Rangoons 1 sheet unperforated crescent roll dough 4 cups water 2 chicken breasts

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Edible Art: Regina’s Poisonously Good Apple Tart

Nothing ever goes right in the town of Storybrook. One day, you’re a stern but loving mother, the next day your son’s biological mother shows up and reminds the entire town’s population that you’re an evil queen who trapped them in their own personal purgatories. What’s a mayor to do? If you’re Regina, you work a little kitchen magic to

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Edible Art: Doctor Who Crack in the Wall of Space and Time

It’s my pleasure to introduce you to artist Tom Gordon, who is illustrating one geek recipe every week for your dining pleasure. This week, he shows you how to make your very own crack in the wall of space and time using nothing more than a tube of sugar cookie dough and some refrigerated generic cinnamon roll tubes (don’t buy

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