If video games have taught us anything, it's that eating a whole roast chicken you find on the street during a firefight will actually restore your health. Bringing that chicken to life: Gourmet Gaming.
From a Londoner who amazingly enjoys both gaming and food (even "both at the same time"! Easy, tiger!), GG creates workable recipes so that formerly digital delights can be consumed by your actual body, instead of just your greedy avatar. A select start:
Food: From GTA IV comes the Cluckin' Bell Fowl Burger ("these gangs seem pretty protective of this chicken so it must be pretty awesome"), and the 1/2lb, four-sauced beefy behemoth The Bleeder. More fantastically, cow, poultry, and sausage come together in Mega Drive classic Golden Axe's "The Meat" (you're boned if you get some, and boned if you don't).
Drink: Pixel-pops include startlingly detailed recreations of Diablo's health potion (for which he's crafted a cobwebbed flask), and recent addiction-fest Skyrim's Black Briar Mead, complete w/ faithfully mimicked label, plus grilled leeks & nutmeg-laced fondue on the side -- included because of "psychoactive" properties that'll soon see you too living in a dragon-filled fantasy world.
Cake: Sweetness comes in the form of Portal's...lie (whipped up from scratch, despite in-game instructions to use pre-made mix), as well as Minecraft's square-shaped sponge, with perfectly angular 8-bit-style icing that, despite its restorative properties, will nonetheless have you s**tting bricks.