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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.
The recipes in The Little Women Cookbook were all derived from 19th-century sources. Here’s a full list of citations, librarian-style!
Part of our Little Women Cookbook Blog Series