|Group:||The Hundred Acre Wood|
|Swap Coordinator:||thehappyhoneybee (contact)|
|Swap categories:||Food Books|
|Number of people in swap:||7|
|Type:||Type 3: Package or craft|
|Last day to signup/drop:||March 24, 2011|
|Date items must be sent by:||April 18, 2011|
|Number of swap partners:||2|
When you finally tasted Turkish Delight for the first time, did you think of Edmund Pevensie and how its powerful enchantment caused him to betray his family? There are many specific foods associated with children's books, and you've probably at least wondered what butter beer tastes like, or whether a blackbird pie really is just as a good as a chicken one.
For this swap, you will create a booklet filled with recipes inspired by children's books. Try to make selections that are strongly associated with the books you've chosen, and please be sure these are foods the characters would have actually eaten or are somehow referenced in the book. (eg raspberry cordial, green pumpkin pie, lamb stew with dried plums, etc.) The recipes can either be ones you've adapted from a cookbook or found elsewhere (please credit source if so) or original ones you've concocted on your own. Do include at least one recipe you've already tried/made yourself.
Since we are an international group, you may use the measurement system that is utilized in your own country. Upon receipt of your recipes, you can use this handy converter to figure out the measurements for your own kitchen if necessary.
Please do make sure the recipes are neatly presented in an attractive way. The booklets and recipes are sender's choice, so feel free to choose selections that you'd especially like to share with your partners. You will create two booklets to send and receive two delightful recipe booklets in return!
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