That said, I couldn't create any recipes, it just didn't feel right. Fortunately, the mid season finale finally let in a ray of light...and a twinkle of hope. With that hope comes the ability for me to make a dish in tribute of the ones we lost that day, Abraham and (my favorite character) Glenn.
When you were, uh, pouring the Bisquick, were you trying to to make pancakes?
And while I could have made pancakes from scratch, where would the fun in that have been? I mean, there's nothing wrong with using a box of Bisquick—I grew up with Bisquick pancakes!
raspberries that look like bits of brain matter? It signifies their demise. The moment that hope and valor were torn so brutally out from under us.
But I don't want to talk about that. I will never watch that episode again. I just can't.
I can close my eyes and enjoy a tall stack of these pancakes smothered in raspberry syrup, though. They only bring happy emotions.
Coffee and Casseroles! And here are some of my own recipes to help get you in the mood, as well.
More recipes inspired by The Walking Dead:
- Coca-Cola Ham
- Cream of Celery Soup with Paprika Butter
- Dumpster Cookies
- Eastman's Oatmeal Burgers
- Ham Biscuits
- Merle's Cake with Pink Frosting
- Orange Crush Oatmeal
- Shortcut Homemade Turtles
- "Shag Apple" Pie for Two
I'll be sharing at least one new recipe from this series every month. To check out all of the past recipes and some upcoming featured titles, check out my "in the kitchen with Zombie Fiction" page!