After reading Everything on a Waffle, by Polly Horvath, we both had the same thought–let’s test Primrose’s recipes. We chose four: shepherd’s pie, asparagus, pear soup and waffles of course, except they’re pancake shaped because we didn’t have a waffle iron. And in honor of The Girl on the Red Swing restaurant, we had to serve everything on a waffle. Except the soup. How did Miss Bowzer manage that?
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I’ve been meaning to write a real blog post for awhile, but time, schedules and my brain will not cooperate. Instead, I’ve curated some news that’s just…odd. Starting with the most gulp-worthy:
The Quileute Reservation copes with tourists brought by “Twilight,” from High Country News’ latest edition. It’s behind a paywall, but bookstores out west carry the magazine, and the title really says it all…
Next up in the less scary department, we have more modernized book covers. They’re just like the ones I blogged about before, except blurrier (the watery look does wonders for windswept clothing/hair).
And finally, something I can wholeheartedly endorse: chocolate Dalek cakes!
I think it’s time to plan a Doctor Who feast a la The Great Redwall Feast.
Perfect weather for a Redwall feast!
Gather up the turnip roots,
Hack ‘em good and clean.
Careful not to leave the knife
Sandwiched in between.
That’s known to every otter.
And cuz we’re such daring beasts
We made it one shade hotter!
Aromas warm the air.
Before we can tuck headlong in,
There’s tea bread to prepare.
could hardly be much deeper,
And after just one cheesy bite,
We knew it was a keeper!
Yet is there room for cake?
Friends and food and warmth a plenty
Thank you, Mister Jacques.
Recipes culled from The Redwall Cookbook by Brian Jacques.