Fairytale Food: Enchanting Recipes to Bring a Little Magic to Your Cooking

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Penguin Random House, 2012 - Cooking - 160 pages

Mad Hatter's Teacakes, Snow Queen Cookies, Huff'n'Puff Pork--add a little magic to mealtimes with more than 60 simple recipes, each inspired by a different fairytale and with a lavish full-color, full-page illustrations

If you fancy tucking into a steaming hot bowl of Princess & the Pea Soup, curling up by the fire with a cup of tea and a slab of Hansel & Gretel's House Gingerbread, or tickling your taste buds with a dollop of Tinkerbell's Trifle, then this is the cookbook for you. Once upon a time, a young(-ish) maiden decided she was fed up with cooking the same old pasta bakes every night; she longed for some magic in her cooking. So she left her cozy cottage (London apartment), pen and paper in hand, and set off to find inspiration in the land of fairytales. For months and months she toiled, visiting best-loved characters; some were wonderfully sweet and generous, others were a bit grumpy and a little scary, but they all gave her ideas, tips, and the confidence to create her very own delicious recipes. Includes metric measures.

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About the author (2012)

Lucie Cash lives in West London with her husband, Rhys. She is an enthusiastic home cook and adores food, especially eating it! This is her first book.

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