harry potter cook book

recipe for the golden trio

Harry

  • messy hair, doesn’t know what a comb is
  • just a little oblivious, like maybe four drops…. why are you using a spoon?? the kid wouldn’t realise if you confessed your undying love
  • where’s the I-have-to-save-everyone bottle? Pour a litt– aaaand the whole bottle is in no doN’T OPEN A NEW ONE?
  • smart ¾ of a bottle but no logic, wee little emotional bab
  • selflessness, a spoonful maybe? th-that’s a ladle?! 
  • he needs glasses, like father like son
  • talking about james, this one has a liking for redheads as well
  • curiosity, but a spoonfu- you poured the whole bottle now he’s just nosey
  • a little angst for some actio– ARE YOU GOING TO KILL THE KID FROM PAIN??!
  • affinity for flying - oh, we are going Charlie Weasley style, the kid is going to be a legend
  • I can’t find the bottle for scars healing?? Well, kid, you’re out of luck
  • a little bit of snake veno– why are we even putting this in? Weird *shrugs*
  • okay… sass but be careful with i– I’m done with you. He’s going to get in so much trouble because of that… but it’ll be fun to watch at least

Hermione

  • smart-ass no not that much! Why am I still trying? when did you ever listen to me anyways?
  • if she doesn’t have any friends I’m blaming you
  • bossy, a few drops and not mooo-oh, it’s already more 
  • make her the reasonable one - we need to compensate for Harry’s lack of reason
  • brightest witch of her age so pour the smart in, theeere we go
  • multi-tasker.. oh g– with the amount you put there needs to be two of her
  • highly logical, put the amount you want… we of course the whole bottle wouldn’t expect anything else from you
  • hard working, yes the bottle with a bee on it, pour half of it
  • stubbornness, let’s say 6 drops… that was AT LEAST 15 drops? You are making her life miserable
  • follows the rules - no, that’s the bottle we used on Marauders sTOP!!
  • take the conscience bottle, go to town with it
  • use the rest of the messy hair bottle - ugh, we should order more of that, Sleekeazy’s should pay me 

Ron

  • put a little ginger in… you have no sense of little did you know that?
  • never ending hunger, good luck Molly
  • emotions - a tea spoon please, did you just pour more when I was looking the other way?
  • a bit of jealousy - that’s not what “a bit” means
  • I want him to have temper, but not too much.. well by all means put two spoons of a bottle, I meant like five drops? 
  • a little king essence.. oh, you put one drop, bless your soul, you can learn
  • immature at times, so like two dro- well, that was short-lived
  • good humour - three spoons, nice
  • loyalty - pour the amount we use for golden retrievers. I know! I feel so Extra™
  • good at accepting his mistakes - ah, we should use that bottle more
  • also get the insecurity bottle and give it to me, I don’t trust you with this one
  • freckles for final touch, just a pinch - that is a handful? you know? good.
Werewolf! Kang Daniel (Part 1)

Masterlist can be found (here) & Part 2/Final can be found (here)

“If I were to live a thousand lives, I would belong to you for all of them. If we were to live a thousand lives, I would want to make you mine in each one.”

  • Werewolves find their mates by finding their scent
  • Each werewolf will have a unique scent on them that they are unaware of and only their mates can capture this scent
  • Humans and werewolves lived with each other but humans are unaware of the presence of werewolves as they don’t really behave differently
  • The only difference between werewolves and human are that werewolves were required to change to their wolf form during the full moon and they will experience ‘The Heat’
  • Which was sort of a mix between pain and discomfort and and it becomes better when they have found their mates 
  • On the other hand, if it takes you longer, the pain gets even more unbearable
  • And when they are sick, parts of their wolf side comes out as they can’t control it like they will have wolf ears or sometimes, even their tails will be out
  • No one was born being an Alpha or Beta
  • The Alpha is chosen by the members of the wolf pack and will be the leader
  • Most teenagers will move out from their families once they turned 16 to live with their wolf pack
  • Kang Daniel was part of District Moonlight and he was what you would call a special case
  • He was not an Alpha nor the most powerful wolf but he was a wolf with fur as white as snow
  • He lived with his pack which consisted of 11 boys in a gigantic mansion
  • They were very well off despite their age as all of them made use of their wolf abilities to make money
  • Like Woojin was a hacker for the International Police and Minhyun wrote really popular novels as werewolves were quick learners and very knowledgable  
  • Legends said that werewolves with a coat like Daniel only came once a hundred years were seen as a ‘blessing’ to their District as they brought happiness and peace
  • But it comes with a curse
  • They could not have a werewolf mate which meant it was most likely to be human
  • Unlike a werewolf, there are plenty of chances for a human to reject their mate after knowing his/her was a werewolf since it didn’t directly affect them
  • Humans don’t find a specific ‘smell’ and while they do feel ‘the pull’, it’s just a slight feeling to them
  • They could also live on without a mate as they were free to date or marry anyone else  
  • But if a werewolf had been rejected, they grew weaker and them in ‘heat’ was 10 times painful than usual 
  • Many white wolves like Daniel who were rejected had always died at an early age from the pain
  • Growing up, Daniel was always treated very well but he always noticed how people looked at him with pity
  • As if they could already predict that his future was a bleak one
  • He always tried to be as positive as he could and it helped that Sungwoo was 101% willing to be Daniel’s bromate till he dies lmao
  • He liked to comfort himself saying that his mate might be different from others
  • Maybe she wouldn’t reject him and accept him for who he was
  • How he met you was completely out of the blue
  • He was meeting up with Jisung at the book store when he suddenly smelled peaches and wrinkled his nose
  • “Jisung hyung, did you bought peaches? It has such a strong smell.”
  • It didn’t take less than 5 seconds for Jisung to realized !!! like how dense was this boy
  • “Kang Daniel, thATS THE SMELL OF YOUR MATE!”
  • Daniel’s eyes widen as he started sniffing around to look for the source of the scent
  • He soon found the origin as he saw your presence at the register
  • If he ever said Jihoon’s eyes were like looking at the stars, yours were literally showing him the path to heaven
  • He didn’t know to approach you like he was just FREAKING OUT
  • His wolf side was messing with him and the pull was just driving him crazy
  • You were behind the counter using your phone and you were looking sideways once in a while to see anyone needed help
  • The bookshop was near where you lived and it was also helpful to have some income while you studied
  • Till this day, you were grateful to have this job as you have never met any rude customers unlike your other friends who did complain that they have customers who just outright refused to pay, tried to haggle a fixed price etc
  • Plus the owner was a super sweet lady who did give you her homemade blueberry pies all the time
  • You had been keeping an eye on the sandy blonde hair who had been in the same corner for the last half an hour
  • He looked like he was actively searching for something
  • You decided to approach him cause helping a customer to get the right book was part of your job
  • But as you walk towards him, you were sort of lightheaded and your heartbeat rose
  • It was part of the pull but hey, you didn’t know what the heck it was
  • “Do you need help with anything?”
  • The sound of your voice was so hypnotizing and the pull didn’t help him out as he was so close to wanting to press your lips against his
  • He knew he was infatuated with you even if he knew nothing about you
  • When you stared at him, his heart felt soft and fuzzy yet, he also felt his body turning numb and he couldn’t move
  • You weren’t sure as to why your body was reacting this way as your lips have unknowingly curved into a smile and you were fidgeting
  • You just thought he was one extremely attractive male
  • Jisung who was next to him was sort of smirking and he gave a knowing look to Daniel
  • Daniel on the other hand, was literally hinting ‘PLEASE SEND HELP’ to Jisung
  • Jisng snorted but he still told you his friend didn’t need any help and nudged Daniel’s arm, going ‘right, Daniel????’
  • Daniel stuttered saying yes, his cheeks having a tinge of pink as he inhaled the scent of peaches that diffuse from you
  • He was sure you were his mate but this guy was shyyyyy
  • He was going to approach you but you beat him to it
  • When Daniel was paying for his Harry Potter Collection and Jisung’s cooking books, you asked if you could have his number
  • You slide over a piece of receipt and told him he could write it there
  • He was blushing till his ears at this point
  • You normally wouldn’t have initiated the first move since you were afraid of rejection
  • Somehow, you thought that this could be your lucky day but you some sort of attraction to him that you couldn’t pinpoint what it was
  • Your smile widen when he wrote it down and he felt his heart beating ten folds
  • “I - i should’ve been the one who asked.”
  • The first date involved you two eating dubbeokki at a street
  • You guys were supposed to go the pizza place after your work but it started raining so you two went to the nearest place to get shelter
  • It was not the most romantic setting, but you fell yourself for his charming personality and meeting him soon became a part of your routine  
  • He came to the bookstore a lot more times after that
  • Sometimes getting a comic book for Guanlin or he did drop by to pass you your favourite peppermint tea
  • One day, he asked you to be his girlfriend the same way you first approached him
  • He bought a book and wrote it on the receipt
  • It was pretty cheesy but you weren’t one for fancy things so you just giggled over it and said yes
  • Daniel was over the moon and his wolf side howled 
  • While you have met Jisung once and that one time Sungwoo tried to steal a glance of how you look cause he was curious of how his best friend’s mate look like (you still caught him in the end ;;;;)
  • You have not met the other guys yet although you had heard of their quirks based on what Daniel tells you
  • So Daniel invited you over to their home one day for their weekly ‘movie night’ a month after you guys have met
  • You got along with everyone very well and even Jisung’s, Sungwoon’s, Minhyun’s and Jaehwan’s mate who stayed together with the rest of the boys
  • You were surprised more of them weren’t living together tbh
  • Considering how big the house they lived in
  • The boys lived in a mansion that was in a forest and had up to 30 rooms and an infinity pool at the backyard
  • Before the movie, you had helped them to prepare dinner and during the meal itself, everyone was also asking if you needed more water or salt
  • There was not a better sight for Daniel to sight than seeing how well you blended with his other family
  • You were walking home alone after texting Daniel
  • He usually walked you home but this time he couldn’t
  • As it was a full moon tonight
  • “I’m so sorry I can’t pick you up tonight as uhhh … it’s Woojin’s birthday today and we are having an all boys pizza night.”
  • You could tell he was lying and feel disheartened seeing how he couldn’t fully trust you
  • But you knew better that you need to give him time and that he would eventually tell you so you don’t question him about it
  • “Ohh okay I understand. Wish Woojin ‘Happy Birthday’ for me.”
  • He knew that you weren’t totally convinced since well he was a terrible liar as his mum always taught him not to lie
  • However, he really couldn’t be near you while he was experiencing the heat as he needed to run out the discomfort in his wolf form
  • As you continued your journey, a few drunk and sleazy men came up to you, seeing as you were alone
  • They were putting their hand on your shoulders and just making you extremely uncomfortable
  • You shoved them off and was about to break into a run when you saw a wolf approaching you
  • While you love animals and was even studying to be a vet
  • You were definitely not prepared for this sight
  • The wolf with fur as white as snow growled and it frightened the drunk men who scampered off immediately
  • Strangely, you didn’t feel uncomfortable nor scared around the large animal
  • It was as if you knew it for a long time as you beckoned it over  
  • It came to you as it moved it’s head down as if asking you to pet it
  • You obliged, running your fingers across it’s furry head
  • That was Daniel in his wolf form who was literally having the time of his life as you pat his head
  • He had been going for a run in the forest when he smelled your scent
  • It was so easily distinguishable as not only it reminded him of his favourite peach soda but it was so distinct from the clear forest
  • Just from the scent, he could picture how you looked like  and he broke up into a smile  before “The Heat” started attacking him
  • His eyes furrowed when he smelled fear mixed with a hint of distress
  • Daniel ran without thinking of changing back to his human form as he was worried sick
  • Seeing you being surrounded by these disgusting group of people infuriated him as he snarled at them
  • As the white wolf, his aura was fierce enough to scare mere humans
  • But as his mate, you didn’t feel it at all
  • You continued to thank it as you stroke it’s ear and it followed you back home
  • Walking behind you as if it were your protector
  • You were amused when you reached your house, it had disappeared without a trace
  • Daniel had ran off to a forest as fast as he could as the heat was killing him
  • If he had to be near you any longer, he didn’t think he could control his wolf side
  • While you were able to see his wolf side, you still had no idea that wolf who had saved you was Kang Daniel, your very own boyfriend

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 My slime pie!
One of my friends wanted me to make them a slime pie so I went out and found a way to make it that wasn’t jello. I used a custard filling on top of a pillsbury pie crust. I added a bit of green food coloring in the custard while it was still cooking to make sure it got the right shade of green. it dosn’t take a lot to make it green so you shouldn’t have to dump a whole bottle of food coloring in it. The custard recipe  I used was out of the Unofficial Harry Potter Cook Book in Chapter one (Good food with Bad Relatives) from the Custard Sponge Sandwich (from Hagrid). I also added a bit more sugar to make it sweeter because there was no cake and the custard was going to be a filling. It was pretty easy to make just make c:

Double standards

That moment when you realise that haters say that it’s Mon-El’s fault that there is a Daxamite invasion but they conveniently forget that it was L*na the one who built the portal to bring the invaders. They couldn’t have invaded Earth without her.

Also they insist that it is L*na the one saving anyone and they conveniently forget that Mon-El was okay saving everyone at the expenses of him losing the love of his life, all his friends, all his possessions (including Harry Potter or cooking books), his life as a DEO agent/ bartender/ superhero in training and a whole planet that he called his home for the second time. And he was sent to a space full of surviving Daxamites who considered him to be a traitor. Our space puppy is a hero.

DOUBLE STANDARDS anyone?

MY DATE WITH THE McCARTNEYS

Do you know how to work the washing machine, Sir Paul? Can I have a discount, Stella? Will you adopt me, Mary? Deborah Ross meets Macca and his girls to celebrate Linda’s legacy – and leaves wishing she could be one of the family

MAY 6, 2017 (Robert Wilson/The Times).- So, off to meet Stella McCartney (fashion designer), Mary McCartney (photographer and food writer) and their father, Sir Paul McCartney, who was once in some band or other, back in the day. (It may come to me.) I had previously been asked: did I wish to meet Stella and Mary and also Sir Paul, who was in some band or other, back in the day? I said, “Yes,” and, “You bet,” and, “Is Stella generous with discount cards if you suck up enough?”
So I was committed, prior to realising the proposed encounter had “poisoned” and “chalice” written all over it, as it would be strictly about the 25th anniversary of the Linda McCartney frozen food range, and Linda’s legacy in this regard, with any other subject being verboten. Also, it would be brief. (Forty-two minutes, as it turns out.) But I was determined to look on the bright side, as in: is Stella generous with discount cards if you suck up really, really quickly?

Armed with “Talking Points for Deborah Ross”, as helpfully provided by the PR people involved – “Paul, Stella and Mary continue to be heavily involved in the day-to-day activity of the brand …” – I make my way to the appointed venue, a house in Soho in London that belongs, I believe, to a friend of Mary’s. It is wonderfully stylish inside, all mid-century modern, but it is tiny, and when I arrive there is barely space to take a breath. The photographer and the photographer’s assistants are still knocking about. The Linda McCartney Foods PR is here, as is Paul’s press person. There are various factotums doing this and that and putting a lunch together. I ascend the stairs – out of the way, top-flight journalist with Talking Points coming through! – to find Paul on the top landing. He isn’t doing that thumbs-up thing – he is sometimes known as Paul “thumbs aloft” McCartney – but does have open arms and is saying, “Hello, Deborah,” which is nice, and superfriendly, and does makes me wish that, in return, I could think of that band. (It may yet come to me. Do you know it?)
They are a striking-looking family. Mary, 47, is darkly pretty. Stella, 45, is 82 per cent eyes. (And also pretty. I’m not playing favourites here.) Meanwhile, Paul, 74, has brown hair and looks fresh as a daisy in a crisp, white shirt and a deep navy suit, both by Stella McCartney. “It’s my new menswear,” says Stella. “He’s my male model.” They are all wearing Stella McCartney because, as Paul says, “We had our instructions.” I say to Stella that I apologise in advance should I happen to call her “Stelvis”, because I’ve a niece called Stella, who has always been known as “Stelvis”. “Why?” she asks. I don’t know. It’s a bit funny, I suppose. “Right.” Sometimes she’s also known as “Stelton John”, I could have said, but instead I opt for: “And are you still heavily involved in the day-to-day activity of the brand?” They confirm that they are. (I think I pulled that back, and still have, “Does the brand have exciting consumer-facing events planned for National Vegetarian Week?” up my sleeve.)
Some would say vegetarian food has evolved since Linda McCartney founded her frozen ready-meal brand, that it has moved on from textured vegetable protein and meat facsimiles, but I don’t know. If your household is non-meat and you come in late and tired, or your kids truck up with friends, what are you going to want to do? Whip some McCartney “burgers” out of the freezer or embark on an Ottolenghi featuring 72 ingredients, several of which you’ve never heard of? (Some of those recipes “run to five pages”, confirms Mary.) It remains the bestselling frozen-food range of its kind – sit on that, Quorn! – and I have to say that, when I cooked a load at home, to see what it was like, the “sausage rolls” went down brilliantly well. “People can’t tell the difference,” says Mary. “I think they are amazing. The meat in sausage rolls is so overprocessed. Is it really meat? Or just eyeballs?”
As it happens, I found a copy of Linda McCartney’s first vegetarian cookbook – Home Cooking, published in 1989 – knocking about my house. I know I have used it down the years, particularly the recipe for beetroot with dill and sour cream. “That’s Mum’s Russian-Jewish heritage coming in,” says Mary.
“Borscht,” says Paul, gnomically.
“Borscht didn’t even exist in this country at that time,” says Mary. “Or quiche. We didn’t have quiche in Britain in that day and age.”
“It depended what class you were from,” says Paul. “3A or 3B.”
“This idea,” says Mary, “that Mum took things people weren’t eating in this country and had the courage to write a book and be ridiculed.”
“It was for one reason,” says Paul. “She loved, loved, loved animals. People would see something a bit creepy, like a frog or something, and they’d go, ‘Ewww,’ and Linda would always say, ‘Its mummy loves it.’ ”
“And you can’t argue with that,” says Stella.
I put it to them that Linda was truly a pioneer, no question, but I am not convinced by the recipe for spaghetti omelette. “My kids love it,” says Stella. On the other hand, it could work, I add, really, really quickly.
Home Cooking was, in fact, Bloomsbury’s bestselling book until Harry Potter came along. But finding a publisher was not easy initially. Linda wrote it with food author Peter Cox, and as he is quoted as saying, in Philip Norman’s biography of Paul, “I went to see one woman who was supposedly a legend in the industry, and who always wore white gloves to the office. She told me a vegetarian cookbook couldn’t possibly sell unless it had some chicken in it.”
“That,” says Paul, “was the climate of the time. There wasn’t vegetarian food. There was one restaurant, Cranks, which Yehudi Menuhin was something to do with, and I always thought that was kind of funny, that he called it Cranks. It was kind of self-deprecating and I liked that.” Was it good? “I never went there as I wasn’t vegetarian then.” I guess we’ll never know.
I say the other thing Peter Cox said is that, throughout the writing process, he kept a copy of Jane Asher’s bestselling book on cakes to hand, so that whenever Linda’s attention flagged, as it was wont to do, he’d take it out and start flicking through it with great interest, and that brought her back into the room. Paul laughs and claps, while Stella says, “That is very funny … Would bring her back into the room!”
We then flick through Linda’s book while I comment on the dated photography, which makes everything look so … dingily brown. The “macaroni turkey” – a substitute for a Christmas turkey, sculpted from macaroni – looks especially worrying. “You had to make it because you couldn’t get a vegetarian turkey at Christmas,” says Paul. “It was great,” says Stella. I can now see it could be great, I say, really, really quickly.
And do you remember Linda writing it? “She would have Peter Cox round,” says Paul, “and quite often I’d be in the kitchen, because I was just there, and she’d cook something.” And then photograph it in brown? “And then she’d photograph it in brown.”
“Mum,” says Stella, “was instinctive in the way she cooked, and Peter had to stop her.”
“He’d say,” continues Paul, “ ‘Just before you put that in, let me measure it.’ ”
“I remember,” says Mary, “making a stew and thinking, ‘This tastes rubbish,’ and I phoned Mum and the extra thing was celery.” “Celery is critical,” adds Stella. “She would start all her soups with celery,” says Paul. “Mum and celery, it’s true,” concludes Stella.
Linda – who died of breast cancer in 1998 – was, indeed, ridiculed for her vegetarianism, as all the McCartneys have been. Oh no, here they come, the bloody McCartneys, banging on about not killing cows, and now fish, too. “At the end of the day, what people are forgetting to talk about is fish,” says Stella. “We need to be aware that fish is a stealth industry,” says Mary.
But they’ve proved themselves menschen, have kept at it, haven’t caved on their principles, or gone away quietly. “Almost a third of land is used for livestock production,” Stella might say. “Ninety-five per cent of soya is grown for farm animals,” Paul might add. “The reality of the conversation is that it has to become political,” Mary might further add.
But more and more people have come round to their way of thinking, which must be satisfying. “When I was a child and we said we were vegetarian it was a case of, ‘Why don’t you kill animals to eat them?’ I was the outsider, and you did meet a lot of aggression and anger. But now the landscape is changing,” says Mary. I ask if they’ve seen Simon Amstell’s Carnage, which puts the best case against meat-eating ever. Not yet, they say. You should, I say. They will, they promise. I can’t believe I had to alert you to it, I say. How have you all managed without me for so long? “I’m all for shadowing you and just absorbing,” says Mary. I’m busy, but might be able to fit you in for an afternoon, as a favour. “Thanks,” she says.
I am quite interested in Paul’s food memories. As a working-class boy from Liverpool, when did you first encounter an avocado, say? “I was in Soho,” he remembers, “and we went to a restaurant with George Martin. We were all slightly mystified by the menu and I thought, ‘I can do this,’ so I ordered an avocado pear for dessert, because I’m thinking pear melba, or maybe it’s going to be like stewed pears, and this sniffy Italian waiter said, ‘That is not a dessert, sir.’ I said, ‘Yeah, I know that. Just kidding you.’ I was about 21.”
“And your dad,” says Stella, “brought you back bananas, didn’t he? Because he worked in the cotton trade.”
“It was after the war,” says Paul, “when nobody had had bananas, and he brought some back and said, ‘Look! Bananas!’ We’d never seen them or tried them or anything, and we didn’t like them. He was annoyed.”
And was your mum a good cook? “Yeah, in the traditional way. I ate what everyone else ate growing up. There was no variation. You knew that if you went to a friend’s house it would be the same as at your house. Just like us, they would have mandarin oranges from a tin with Carnation milk. That was very well accepted.”
After you left home and before Linda, would you have cooked? “I lost my mother when I was 14, so there was my dad, my brother and me. My dad would drop into the Cavern where we were playing at lunchtime and he’d say, ‘Here’s tonight’s meal, son,’ and he’d leave me a few chops. I’d get home before him so I’d grill the chops and do mashed potato.”
“It’s always his job, the mash,” says Stella.
Are you competent in other domestic areas, Paul? Could you work a washing machine? “No, I can’t.”
“But,” says Stella, “you can hand-wash in a sink with soap.”
“When we were on tour you did do your socks, because they would get a bit smelly,” confirms Paul. “So before you’d go to bed you’d give them a good rub in the hotel sink, with the little soap, then rinse them out and hang them on the radiator.” I think he is referring back to when he was in that band, whatever it was.
They do miss Linda dreadfully. We meet just before Mother’s Day, and I think they wouldn’t have been willing to say how much they still miss her if I hadn’t mentioned it’s a hard time to get through when you’ve lost your mother, as I have, and there’s all this stuff in the shops. They do it because, much as I’ve been joking around, they are, clearly, kindly people. “You definitely notice it,” says Mary. “I also notice mums and daughters walking down the street and you know they are having a lunch or a shop and are having that little moment.”
“At the end of the day,” says Stella, “for a fraction of a second, I think I can’t believe Mum hasn’t called me today.”
“You did that recently?” asks Paul. “That’s normally the first year, when that happens a lot.
“A friend has just lost her husband and I was saying to her, ‘You think he’s going to walk in the door, don’t you?’ And she said, ‘Yes.’ ”
“You’re going to get me going,” says Stella.
“But look at Mum’s achievements,” counters Mary. “They are so relevant. The balls she had. I am so proud she left a legacy and that she is in each and every one of us.”
Stella adds that she gets it in the neck “for not using fur or leather in my career”, but she doesn’t care. Is grateful to her mother, in fact, “for giving me the spectacles that have allowed me to have a point of view”.
The PRs are madly trying to wind us up now so, as she’s mentioned her fashion range, I decide I’m just going to have to come out with it straight, so I do: can I get a discount? “Yes,” she says, adding, almost with a wink, “and Stelvis.” We’ve bonded. I’ve arrived.
Typically, I then push my luck. I could be up for adoption, I say to them all. I would make a good McCartney. I would bring my own celery. And I’d bring your Jewish quotient zooming back up. “My wife [Nancy Shevell] is Jewish,” says Paul. Decent cook? “No, bless her. When we married she was intimidated by Linda’s reputation, so she said, ‘I’m a lousy cook.’”
“She’s a very good orderer,” says Stella. “She is a very good orderer,” confirms Paul.
They’re half out the door, but time for one last question. Paul, were you in some band or other, back in the day? “Yes. The Quarrymen.” Were you any good? “Damned good. Great little band.” Never heard of them. Sorry.

Deborah Ross has since given up meat
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Photos: Robert Wilson
Shoot credits Stella McCartney: Make-up Jane Bradley, hair Lewis Pallett

#SpookierBooks: Pop Lit Edition

melli-chou  asked:

1/ Stubborn, naive, sassy 2/ a teleporter. 3/ Pastry cook. 4/ (except Harry Potter books) Liesel Meminger (the book thief) 5/ Cleaning the windows ?

@melli-chou excellent character choice but seriously what is with everyone and apparently the dirtiest windows alive i don’t understand 

House: GRYFFINDOR
Explanation: Stubborn? Sassy? You think naive could save you? It didn’t save Neville. Live in red and gold. LIVE. IT. 
Favorite Hogwarts Club: Cooking Club. The house elves let you use the kitchens to practice magical cooking once a week (seriously, think Queenie in Fantastic Beasts making a strudel omg magic magic magic).
Favorite Shop in Diagon Alley/Hogsmeade: Gesthemane’s Greengrocers. Of course if you want to experiment with new recipes, you’ll be limited by the foods the house elves have that week. Instead, you can discover all the thousands of different magical foods, ingredients, snacks, and suppers that come in a magical grocery store.
Post-Hogwarts Job: You move to America to take the lowliest job you can scrape at Kowalski’s Bakery (est 1926). You only spend three days scrubbing the ovens before your talent is discovered by an aging but still smart as a whip Queenie Kowalski.

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Reblog this and I’ll follow you (most likely) if you blog about any/all of these things:
-books
-BOOKS
-harry potter
-doctor who
-supernatural
-books?
-food
-queen’s university
-fashion
-books
-marvel
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Harry Potter Cook Book

I think I’m gonna make some Harry Potter cookbooks. I’m gonna go back and read all the books and whenever a food is described/mentioned I’ll write it down. Then I’m gonna find recipes for it and make 3 different cookbooks:
1 vegan
1 vegetarian
1 ‘normal’ one
I know there has been a few hpcbs made but some of the recipes I don’t agree with personally or they only have a few of the recipes in it. I’d probably make all of the recipes and take pictures myself so that ppl know they will know how they will look even if they aren’t a pro. Plus I’ll probably put a few reviews at the end

Would anyone be interested if I did this??

Imagine McGonagall Acting Like You Were Her Child.

As Requested by: zbops.

(Request: Imagine spending a summer with Professor McGonagall :) reading her favorite books, hearing stories about when she was a student at Hogwarts, cooking with her. Just imagine if Professor McGonagall treated you like her child, she was a second mother to you)