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We have a foodie fiction recommendation for you!
I’ve already given you a list of the most frequently served foods & drinks in Anne of Green Gables, but here’s a countdown of the most important.
I just read Tweet Cute, a 2020 YA novel, which was like the book equivalent of gathering all of my favorite snacks from high school and eating them in one sitting. The story’s stuffed with a ton of food: desserts, sandwiches, desserts, milkshakes, and more desserts!
If there was a Tweet Cute cookbook, here’s what I imagine the table of contents would look like.
A fellow literary food blogger has come out with a new holiday cookbook, and we tried out some of her treats, inspired by The Phantom of the Opera!
Recipe & Notes …
Happy almost-election day! If you’re anything like me, you’re looking for ways to ease that horrible knot of dread in your stomach, and what better way than with cake?
Author: Montgomery. L.M.
Book: Anne of Green Gables, Anne of Avonlea
Difficulty rating: Little Women
Deliciousness rating: Outstanding
Are you coming up with a menu for an Anne of Green Gables-themed meal? Here’s a list of ideas, straight from the series!
Are you a fan of L.M. Montgomery’s writing? Do you suffer from dearth of IRL kindred spirits to nerd out with? Us too.
Imagine now, a new Anne of Green Gables cookbook, with 125 recipes for the 125th anniversary. (Yes, I’m planning way ahead.) Here’s what the table of contents would look like.
For a final post to conclude our Little Women Cookbook Blog Series, we would like to thank the many who helped us along the way.