Wednesday, October 31, 2012

The Unofficial Narnia Cookbook Giveaway

I'm sure everyone can remember reading Narnia books as a child.  The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe was always a favorite of mine.  I truly enjoyed the exciting and fascinating world that the characters lived in.  If you've ever wished that you could be able to eat the unique foods that they did, now's your chance.  Who knows, maybe you'll even be transported into a secret world! :)

The Unofficial Narnia Cookbook, written by Dinah Bucholz, offers you the chance to cook delicious meals from Narnia in the comfort of your own home.  You don't have to travel through a wardrobe to indulge in them. Don't worry about the white witch or any epic battles either! There are over 150 delicious and unique breakfast, lunch, and dinner recipes.  The recipes are easy to follow and make. It's always exciting to try new foods and discover recipes that become lifelong favorites.


A typical menu could consist of meals such as these:

Breakfast- Start your morning off with porridge, crispy bacon, or a tender omelet with a sauteed vegetable filling.  Of course you have to try a baked york ham, and toast with sweet orange marmalade too.

Lunch- How about delighting your taste buds with cold lamb or a vegetable cheese omelet? Maybe an onion garlic pea porridge is more up your alley.  Don't forget a lemon squash either.

Dinner- Sit down to a delectable meal of roasted goose with fall fruit stuffing and cranberry sauce.  The meal can't be complete without mashed potatoes with onion gravy, and of course plum pudding. 

Make sure to save room for dessert! How does buttered toast with honey or sugar-dusted sponge tea cakes sound? Christmas biscuits are a must in Narnia too.  Remember biscuits are an English term for a cookie.

These recipes would be great to make for an upcoming holiday party, especially if you want to serve something different. Have your children help out too, don't leave them out of the fun!



57 comments:

  1. The Christmas Buscuits and Baked York Ham

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  2. Turkish delight
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  3. Apple wrapped in bear meat cooked over an open fire. This was made mention in the first Narnia book.

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  4. I am always most interested in baking, I like breads and deserts!

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  5. I want to try Christmas recipes most of all:)

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  6. The veggie omelet sounds tasty!

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  7. I want to try Christmas recipes, but especially Christmas Biscuits.

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  8. I would like to try the Christmas goose and turkish delight.

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  9. Definitely would like to try to do the Christmas Duck Wow what a wonderful book Thanks for the opportunity for me to win this!

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  10. Anything to do with baking, the breads esp!

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  11. The sugar-dusted sponge tea cakes.

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  12. I'd say the marmalade roll.

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  13. I would love any of the breakfast meals. My fave meal of the day.

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  14. The Christmas Biscuits

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  15. baked york ham? I don't know what it is but it sounds yummy!

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  16. Christmas Buscuits sound tasty
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  17. The Apple wrapped bear meat :)

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  18. the omelet... but I can't forget the turkish delights either.

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  19. a tender omelet with a sauteed vegetable filling sounds great! - regnod(at)yahoo(d0t)com

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  20. I would love to try any of the breakfasts! The Meat Pasties looks great.

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  21. I'd like to eat the desserts. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  22. Vegetable cheese omelet sounds good to me :)

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  23. I'd like to try the Turkish Delight.

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  24. the veggie omelet - maryanne

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  25. Christmas Buscuits sound tasty!
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  26. Turkish delight, tried once but maybe this recipe is better

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  27. sugar-dusted sponge tea cakes

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  28. I interested in trying the roasted goose with fall fruit stuffing and cranberry sauce. Sounds good.

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  34. roasted goose with fall fruit stuffing actually sounds quite interesting!

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  35. Oh, the York Ham! Though BowieTip's mention of the apple wrapped in bear meat is certainly intriguing ... hope that made it into the book

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  36. A special holiday menu with a Narnia theme would be cool!

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  37. I would try the Turkish Delight!

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  38. I would LOVE the tea cakes!!!! But so many things look good!

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  39. the york ham sounds good to me and the crispy bacon!
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  40. I'm so intrigued by the idea of onion garlic pea porridge I can't think of another dish. I don't have to kiss anyone, do I?

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  41. I looked all over but couldn't find the widgets to subscribe by email or follow with blogger. Little help? carlscott(at)prodigy(dot)net(dot)mx

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  42. Im not sure what they have but I am always looking for new dinner recipes!! I try at least one new recipe a month (sometimes more if i can find them)

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  43. veggie omelet sure sounds good - regnod(at)yahoo(d0t)com

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  44. Fire roasted pavenders

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  45. The baked york ham. Yum

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  46. the baked york ham and Christmas biscuits sound really good for Christmas eve dinner wilcarvic
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  47. The turkish delight bc its from movie! mundaneminnie at gmail dot com

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