Despite its promising title, Unicorn Food is not a book of recipes to help you feed your unicorn a nutritionally balanced diet, nor does it contain recipes that include unicorns as an ingredient. It's okay! You don't need to retrieve your pitchfork! There's not a single unicorn listed in the ingredients of this book! Instead you will get to marvel at some of the most beautiful food you've ever seen. Using natural food colourings like juices, spices or natural powdered food colourings that you can purchase from speciality cake decorating stores or our good friend, the Internet, you won't find preservatives in any of the sweet or savoury delights in this book. You'll find such yummies as unicorn poop (pretty little rainbow meringues), unicorn maki rolls, unicorn noodle bowls with the most extraordinary purple and blue noodles, crogue-unicorn (toasted cheese sandwiches with 4 colours in the cheese), and blueberry galaxy cupcakes. I already thought donuts were out of this world but there's even a recipe for cosmic donuts, which include edible silver glitter and bright blue icing! I'm fairly certain that I'll be indulging in swirly pastel unicorn cheesecake in the near future. I can also guarantee that I will never attempt the unicorn cake with a starring role on the cover of this book. I can only imagine the epic fail that would be the result of me attempting to replicate this one. However if someone would like to volunteer to make one for me I won't object. The photography in this book is sufficiently droolworthy and if you're my kind of chef it will show you the hilarious difference between what the food was supposed to look like and what your talent for disaster has actually whipped up. I expect the recipes in this book will wind up featuring at many parties in the near future. Thank you very much to NetGalley and Quarto Publishing Group - Quarry for the opportunity to be one of the first to drool over this book.