In one bowl, mix a healthy dose of angst, cat's claws, crow feathers, bamboo reeds, diced reggae chicken breasts, basic sylphid wings, and flying fish. Season to taste with for a broth that would make the Dead Grateful and satisfy even your Big Brother. (When no one's looking sneak in a few dollops of Ol' Jake Blues for a visit with Schroeder and Remoraz on a long Journey.) You may want to keep a washcloth handy to mop up any excess words which may slop over the side.
Next, in another bowl, amalgamate a goldfish, some pedantik um... pedantik noodles. Yeah. Add a scoop of Etana brand rice, a sprinkle of silver and Platinum Destro flakes, a healthy squirt of Sentience juice. Rummage around in your Mega Cybercool Corn Flakes until you find your Iori Yagami and Handiboy action cards in the bottom. Throw the cards in the bowl with a hit from the milk jughead. An intrepid dose of rage towards the cereal killer may be forthwith, but you can beat back the extremist mixture's cue for agression with a Maeve Wolf brand spatula. A warning, though. It should only be used by experienced cooks, not Neophytes.
Taking a tip from that famous Trinity of cooks, the Iconoclastic gourmet, the frugal Publius Enigma, and Wishbringer Crocker, throw in a weird dose of nonomethylethyline, or NME for short.
Put that bowl to the side as well and get out a big pot where you can enjoy the full products of the following ingredients. Stand back and watch the many (256, even) colours of smoke erupt from the pot as you throw in some Thanatos thyme, Tzeentch turkey wings, Candide camomile, and Enigma egg whites. If you eat this before letting it cool your brain will explode and you will be fated to forever walk the empty roads as the Wanderer.
The Pope says that it's kosher to eat Foolish Birds, so ignore its harmonic screams as you stick it in the oven. Toss in some potatoes for your cousin Fritz as well.
Get out of the kitchen and let it all set for two years. When you come back in, the ingredients will have radically changed and the flavour will be much different, but not any worse.
This ingredient was part of the famous Kithe Cookbook from Questor-Eto-Maxwell-Helter-Mavrik-Xavier-Melkor publishing house, and back copies can be available by contacting Wodan or Dr. CPU.
(In other ways, says Cthulu, yes, it is very easy to push a gag too far.)