November 28, 2018

Top 5 Wednesday| A Feast for All

Top 5 Wednesday is a weekly blog group that comes together to discuss that week's topic. The idea was first curated by the wonderful Lainey at GingerReadLainey and is now run by Samantha over on ThoughtsonTomes. 

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Can you hear that? Is that your stomach growling? Oh, no, wait that's mine whilst I think about the glorious fictional food that I would want at a festive party.
1. Butterbeer and Firewhisky
Harry Potter
J.K. Rowling

Getting straight in there with the obvious one, I would very much like real Butterbeer and Firewhisky. Before anyone starts about studio tours and that - I don't mean that. I want real Butterbeer made by magical people and tastes like Harry describes.

2. Fruit from the Toffee Tree
The Magician's Nephew
C.S. Lewis

Toffee you say? I have the biggest sweet tooth and it is very common knowledge that I am prone it anything that has caramel, toffee or fudge in it - I will consume it until I physically cannot anymore.

3. Blood Candy
Strange the Dreamer
Laini Taylor

I'm rather intrigued by the Blood Candy that fascinates Lazlo early on in his quest for Weep in Strange the Dreamer. Does it taste as bad as Lazlo thinks? How is it made? 

4. Fizzy Lifting Drink
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
Roald Dahl

I remember as a kid I would dream of being in Willy Wonka's factory, sipping fizzy lifting drinks and flying away. This would be so much fun to have at a party - for both the kids and adults.

5. Faerie Food
City of Ashes
Cassandra Clare

When I thought about putting faerie food on this list, I could have put any fae centered book. But I kept thinking back to the scenes with the Seelie Queen in City of Ashes. As long as there are no consequences to eating it, I'd want it at a potluck.

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