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Creative Christmas: let’s eat

It’s day eight of the Creative Christmas collaboration, where a group of bloggers are joining forces to tackle 12 video-game-related questions all based around a loose festive storyline. Following on from yesterday’s entry about the perfect Christmas present, the next we’re facing is:

It’s now time to head out to the kitchen to put on your oven gloves and start preparing Christmas dinner. It consists solely of video game food; what’s on the menu?


My answer


Kim’s Kitchen

Hors D’oeuvres

Crunchy Chicks, courtesy of Fable
The perfect amuse-bouche for the evil among us: a perfectly-seasoned feathery morsel, with a chicken after-taste and beak garnish.

or

Holy Tofu, courtesy of Fable
For those watching their waistlines (and alignment), a block of coagulated bean curd pressed in holy water with an extremely subtle flavour.

Appetiser

Vegetable Soup, courtesy of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim
Restore both your health and stamina with this warming soup, full of healthy seasonal vegetables. A classic Dark Brotherhood favourite.

Fish course

Hearty Salmon Meunière, courtesy of Breath of the Wild
Perfectly-pink and crispy-skinned, a fillet of salmon with a texture in a class of its own. Recommended by a famous green-suited hero and talented blogger.

Main course

Wall Turkey (and all the trimmings), courtesy of Castlevania
The star of any Christmas feast: a roasted bird served in the traditional manner. Accompanied by Floor Potatoes, Window Vegetables, Door Stuffing and Ceiling Gravy.

Dessert

Butterscotch-Cinnamon Pie, courtesy of Undertale
Decorated with dog-prints, the perfect dessert for determined heroes who can’t decide whether they prefer butterscotch or cinnamon.

Cheese course

Hidden Cheese, courtesy of Perfect Dark
A triangular selection of cheeses from all over the world, including the windowsill and behind a door. Served with biscuits and grapes.

Drinks

Grog, courtesy of The Secret of Monkey Island
One of the most caustic and volatile substances known to man, a popular pirate pick-me-up created from kerosene, battery acid, rum and pepperoni.

or

Root Beer, courtesy of The Secret of Monkey Island
For the designated drivers and sailors of the evening, a sparkling non-alcoholic beverage to wash down all that festive food and fend off zombie ghost pirates.


Other answers

🎁   Thero159 from A Reluctant Hero
🎅   Athena from AmbiGaming
🦌   Morgan from Fistful of Glitter
🎄   Luna from GamersUnitedGG Blog
🎮   LightningEllen from LightningEllen’s Release
👗   Log 1932
🤞   NekoJonez from NekoJonez’s Gaming Blog
🎉   Dan and Jon from nowisgames.com
🎁   Chris from OverThinker Y
🎅   Retro Redress
🎶   Pix1001 from Shoot the Rookie
❤   Brandon from That Green Dude
🎄   The Gaming Diaries
🦃   Kevin from The Mental Attic
🎮   The Optimistic Gamer

The Creative Christmas collaboration is open to everyone and further details can be found in this post if you’d like to join in! Tomorrow’s question: The presents have been opened and dinner has been eaten, so you’ve got a bit of time for gaming while Gran is snoozing on the sofa. What’s the best video game to play during the holidays?

Kim View All

Video game lover, Later Levels blogger and SpecialEffect volunteer. Big fan of wannabe pirates and fine leather jackets.

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