Good books and good food. Both food for the soul. From the youngest age, escaping into another world through the pages of a book, becoming the invisible co-prankster in midnight fridge raids, digging into summer picnic-baskets…these are the images that stay in a child’s mind, that foster their life-long love affair with books.
So, if you’ve taken vicarious pleasure in the warm, fresh-from-the-oven Caraway Seed Cake in Jane Eyre, or the much-feted Butterbeer at Hogsmeade, in the Harry Potter series, now learn how to make them. Escape, once again, into memories.
7 Dishes From Famous Books (And How to Make Them):
1. Butterbeer (Harry Potter)
2. Porridge (Oliver Twist)
3. Clam chowder (Moby-Dick)
4. Caraway seed cake (Jane Eyre)
5. Lembas bread (The Lord of the Rings)
6. Frobscottle (The BFG)
7. Pepparkakor (Pippi Longstocking)
Infographic by – Quid Corner