Tejal Thanki

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6 books I had to be talked into reading (that I'm so very glad I read).

6 books I had to be talked into reading (that I'm so very glad I read) Next on my to read list!

Psychological lifehacks to give you an advantage, #17 really works

Funny pictures about Psychological Lifehacks To Give You An Advantage. Oh, and cool pics about Psychological Lifehacks To Give You An Advantage. Also, Psychological Lifehacks To Give You An Advantage photos.

Historic Recipes based on Jane Austen novels from a new book "Dinner with Mr. Darcy" by Pen Vogler, CICO Books.

Bingley’s white soup, Lady Middleton’s apricot marmalade, Margaret Dods’s pigeon pie, and more literary treats from Georgian England.

Straight from the Hogwarts Kitchen: The Best Harry Potter Recipes: Fleur's Cream of Brie Soup

Straight from the Hogwarts Kitchen: The Best Harry Potter Recipes: Fleur's Cream of Brie Soup-- veg. Broth instead of chicken broth

White soup, a Regency classicJane Austen recipes:  White soup was a staple at balls in Jane Austen's time, and is namechecked in Pride and Prejudice.

Jane Austen recipes: white soup White soup was a staple at balls in Jane Austen's time, and is namechecked in Pride and Prejudice

Here is a link to recipes for any one who wishes to throw a Hobbit or Lord of the Rings party. Or if you have an Unexpected Gathering of dwarves in your home and have no idea what to cook them.

Plan your perfect Hobbit party for Hobbit Day (Sept with this complete guide to the food mentioned in the chapter ‘An Unexpected Party’. We’ve created all the recipes, from seed cake through to Melton Mowbray Style Pork Pies

The Kind of Blyton food we all think of! Taken from http://postwarthatchedcottage.blogspot.co.uk/2010/11/food-glorious-food.html

Making Blyton’s food: Recipes to make your mouth water

From Harry Potter’s first meal at Hogwarts to the picnics of the Famous Five, Christopher William Hill slavers over fictional food in literature

Katy Salter: The meal everyone has been waiting for all year is set in stone on Christmas Day, but why doesn't tradition dictate what we eat on the eve of turkey day?