We never would have guessed that “uncertain times” would involve so much cooking, because most dystopian stories are about searching for food through desolate terrains. They don’t prepare you to suddenly have to make every meal at home. Every day. Day after day. We’re so desperate for new recipes we’ve even turned to standup comedian Jim Gaffigan for ideas. But now everyone can add a little magic to their culinary repertoire without spending a single bronze Knut, silver Sickle, or golden Galleon. You can download a free Harry Potter cookbook full of dishes inspired by J.K. Rowling’s wizarding world with Kindle Unlimited.
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Harry Potter’s Cookbook: Magical Collection of Culinary Wonders comes from author Roy Murray. It is filled with 35 recipes “that are constantly enjoyed by the Magical folk attending Hogwarts.” If you made all of them you’d make a feast that even Ron Weasley would be envious off. There are traditional dishes, both savory and sweet, enjoyed by Muggles and wizards alike. That includes recipes for custard pie, sticky toffee pudding, chicken and ham pie, and steak and kidney pie.
The book also includes plenty of dishes inspired by the world of Harry Potter. You can learn how to make cauldron cakes, chocolate frogs, butterbeer, exploding bonbons, and pumpkin juice. (We’re okay leaving out Bertie Bott’s Every Flavor Beans. We’re not so desperate for recipes we want any that taste like earwax.) And every recipe comes with an explanation for how it connects to the story.
Harry Potter’s Cookbook: Magical Collection of Culinary Wonders is a delightful and delectable option for those looking for fun ways to both fill these many quarantine hours and keep mealtime fresh. And right not you can get it for free (as we learned at Hip 2 Save). The Kindle ebook is currently free to download at Amazon with Kindle Unlimited.
That’s especially delicious. Not only do we have to cook all the time now, we can’t go to Gringotts to make a withdrawal.
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