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?

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.


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.


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.


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.


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.


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
🎁   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?

4 thoughts on “Creative Christmas: let’s eat

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