Pippi Longstocking did all the things to the nth degree, including packing a picnic basket.
The launch of a new Jane Austen reading group at Alpine Library calls for an afternoon of delectable comestibles, of which Mr Woodhouse would most assuredly disapprove.
We recreated Anne’s Golden Picnic to celebrate her birthday!
I decided last year while making 7 batches of Meg’s Blancmange that March is Little Women Month. And so we celebrate again; Happy Little Women Month, everybody!
Jo March vs. Miko Osada. Who is the worse cook?
A very Harry Christmas to our fellow HP fans! We celebrated with a glorious dinner, including a roast, chipolatas, flaming Christmas pudding, eggnog, and crackers!
For our Crazy Rich Asians dinner, it was not enough to just make the food. Oh no, we dressed up in our most outrageous finery and broke out the fanciest-ass dishes we could find (which admittedly aren’t THAT fancy because we are Middle Class Librarians, not Crazy Rich Asians). And we found friends that were game to party with us — shout-out to Jennifer, Michael, Erica, John, Erin, Erik, and Andrea!
Happy Roald Dahl Day! This year, we recreated Bestemama and Bestepapa’s dinner from Boy: Tales of Childhood.
On July 25, 36 Eggs hosted a Harry Potter Birthday Feast to celebrate the Chosen One’s upcoming birthday. We asked everyone to bring an HP treat to share, and the guests all stepped up their game.
Author: Rowling, J.K.
Book: Harry Potter series
Difficulty rating: Pride & Prejudice, mainly because the timing is difficult, cooking so many things at once
Deliciousness rating: Outstanding
We’ll be celebrating the Chosen One’s birthday by recreating Harry Potter dishes all month!