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10 thoughts on “The Unofficial Harry Potter Cookbook

  1. Miranda Reads Miranda Reads says:

    Ahhh I am incredibly pleased to announce the star of my latest BookTube Video I absolutely LOVE this cookbook and really had a lot of fun creating a review video Let me know what you think Thank you so much for all your support on the YouTube front so far and onwards to the written review Honestly one of my favorite books everDinah Bucholz a huge Harry Potter fan and food lover has always been interested in what the characters are eating So much of Hogwarts's magic revolves around food from the Great Hall tables to home cooked recipes a la Mrs Weasley's wandworkAnd yet where does one go if they want to try Hagrid's rock cakes or Mrs Weasley's muffins? What the heck is treacle?? The answer has finally come Bucholz went through the entire series and found all of the food references by Harry and the gang then found traditional recipes according to the time era and the country of origin and packaged it all in this wondrous little bookEach recipe is accompanied with a little uote page number and blurb about where the item originated The recipes are well laid out and easy to follow with helpful hints for the difficult onesIn short I freaking love itSince reading this book I've kindled a huge passion for cooking and baking I've found excuses to try recipes out on anyone and everyone I know So many recipes within Harry Potter are normal everyday items in England and like Bulchoz always wondered what does the food taste like? Is spotted dick gross? It's not Does Hagrid's Rock Cakes actually contain rocks? They don't And what in the world is black pudding? It's better not to knowI've paged through this book so many times that I've memorized the recipe locations Here are some easy personal favorites Breakfasts Hagrid's rock cakes finally figured out scones So many toppings and varieties at my fingertips Breakfast Before Class herbed and spiced sausage pattiesTreats from the Train's cauldron cakesMrs Weasley's oversized blueberry muffins below Meals Aunt Petunia's pork tenderloin either the regular or the bourbon glaze Molly Weasley's onion meatballs with onion sauceAll of the savory pies except for the kidney and pork ones haven't made those yet Desserts Molly Weasley's apple pie uote from co worker Miranda you make some bomb a pieHagrid's sugar biscuits great for cut out cookies Molly Weasley's Vol a vents huge hit for mother's day breakfast YouTube | Blog | Instagram | Twitter | Snapchat mirandareads Happy Reading

  2. Darth J Darth J says:

    So I saw this cauldron soup mug and it reminded me that I read this book and never added a reviewThere really doesn't seem like anything too fancy here so people with a Sim cooking skill of 3 bars or less shouldn't feel out of place picking this upHappy eating

  3. Gabriel Vidrine Gabriel Vidrine says:

    Okay so being one of the few people who actually has cooked out of this recipe book I wanted to say a few things about itReal cooking takes some effort people Real cooking isn't about throwing three ingredients into the microwave and hoping it doesn't taste like rubber when it comes out These recipes are the REAL DEAL Real cooking real home cooking So it will take some effortSome of the recipes are great I totally enjoyed the Yorkshire pudding with our roast we did pork since I don't eat beef; otherwise the recipe was exactly the same My husband loved the treacle tart but it wasn't my thingbut it was a good recipe I also made the English Strawberry Trifle which was very complicated but worth every moment of sweating in the kitchen You can't get that type of food from a box The Shepherd's Pie was also uite tasty and relatively simpleHowever some of the recipes leave something to be desired I agree with other reviewers Really a recipe for eggs and bacon? I think most people who are capable of cooking the rest of the recipes in this book know how to cook bacon and eggs The sugar mice are just fondant? Who wants to eat just plain old fondant? Why not add some flavoring I don't count vanilla extract and then roll the mice in sugar to makeSUGAR mice?And then there was the Old Fashioned Chocolate Buttermilk Sheet Cake Disaster I was surprised at how liuid y the batter was and even surprised that it only called for a 9x13 pan Thinking that this cake probably wouldn't rise so much I went ahead and used all the batter in one pan Disaster Complete utter total disaster I followed the recipe to a tee and what happened? The batter bubbled up all over my oven and continued to bubble and spill everywhere even after I removed it from the oven All those ingredients wasted Smoke everywhere Did the author even test this recipe? This should have been for two pans or perhaps four round pans DO NOT try to bake this in only one 9x13 pan unless you want to waste the rest of the batterNow I'm afraid to try the rest of the recipes wondering what other disasters await me

  4. Jess ❈Harbinger of Blood-Soaked Rainbows❈ Jess ❈Harbinger of Blood-Soaked Rainbows❈ says:

    A belated birthday gift from my beautiful friend CarrieThe perfect gift for a chronic bookaholic and foodie Can't wait to try some of these recipesUPDATE 2815I made my first official Harry Potter recipe this morning Here is my giant stack of cauldron cakes Light fluffy crepe like pancakes with a hint of lemon zest I ate them with lemon curd and aussie style yogurt Delish

  5. Manybooks Manybooks says:

    While the blurbs paraphrasing episodes from JK Rowling's Harry Potter series have generally been entertaining enough although also often much too repetitive in scope and feel and to such an extent that I actually ended up skimming uite a large chunk of the second part of The Unofficial Harry Potter Cookbook as far too many of the presented examples of Harry and his friends enjoying different types of foods actually just ended up feeling as though one was reading the same types of scenarios over and over again I cannot really say that I have at ALL appreciated the manner in which author Dinah Bucholz has approached her 150 odd recipes For since all of the recipes featured in The Unofficial Harry Potter Cookbook are of course and naturally United Kingdom based and that a goodly number of them also do appear as being potentially rather difficult and complicated to make with intricate instructions as well as sometimes necessitating ingredients with which many American andor Canadian cooks might be not that familiar I for one would have assumed that Dinah Bucholz to also the include at least a SOME pictures some accompanying photos of what the end products would and should look like and that there are NO accompanying visuals whatsoever featured and presented in The Unofficial Harry Potter Cookbook this really does make me uite massively and personally livid And indeed and even though I do like and very much appreciate that Dinah Bucholz has listed her sources at the back of The Unofficial Harry Potter Cookbook the complete lack of any and all photographs or illustrations is definitely enough this time around for me to only consider but a one star ranking for this here cookbook mostly because there is no way that I even want to try to make many if not most of the author's featured recipes without a bit of a visual guide as I am not that great of a cook and absolutely do reuire pictures of at the very least the finished the end products especially with the kind of often uite complicated and difficult to make recipes to be found in the Unofficial Harry Potter Cookbook and in particular the different kinds of ice creams candies and the like in my opinion absolutely do need to be visualised as illustrations or photographs And I really do have to uestion why Dinah Bucholz ended up deciding to not present any food based pictures period in The Unofficial Harry Potter Cookbook as even the book cover does not really feature food but just a cauldron in which I guess food might be cooked but considering that this is a Harry Potter cookbook the cauldron probably simply relates back to the fact that Hogwarts is a school of sorcery

  6. Ivonne Rovira Ivonne Rovira says:

    I thoroughly enjoyed Dinah Bucholtz’s The Unofficial Harry Potter Cookbook From Cauldron Cakes to Knickerbocker Glory — More Than 150 Magical Recipes for Muggles and Wizards But I was a bit confused as to who the intended audience was Initially I thought it was a cookbook aimed at children The introduction seems to make it seem so and I thought what a great idea Lure boys and girls into the joys of cooking by exploiting — er capitalizing — on children’s love for the Harry Potter books and movies Each recipe references a dish or treat mentioned in one of the seven Harry Potter novels complete with uotation and citationBut then I began going through the cookbook and I would definitely hesitate before giving it to anyone younger than 13 or 14 Frying hot ovens lots of dicing — none of these are activities I would allow a preteen to even think about doing My daughter ended up in the Emergency Room one night from a knife cut on her palm — and she was 14 I don’t know who was sobbing her or me So while The Unofficial Harry Potter Cookbook From Cauldron Cakes to Knickerbocker Glory — More Than 150 Magical Recipes for Muggles and Wizards might be a good present for a mom or dad who wants to cook alongside a child it’s no substitute for The Mom 100 Cookbook 100 Recipes Every Mom Needs in Her Back Pocket for a parent who wants to teach a child to cook That said there are plenty of grown up Potter Heads who would love this book And it’s serviceable as a general introduction to British cookery Chiddingly Hotpot Toad in the Hole roast beef and Yorkshire pudding steak and potato pie Scotch Collops bangers and mash a traditional fry up including fried tomatoes English strawberry trifle Victoria sponge or Spotted Dick anyone? or for anyone wishing to learn about the history of traditional English dishes as Bucholz includes histories for nearly every single recipe But as the proof of the pudding is in the eating so is the proof of a cookbook in how many recipes the reader can use I copied down than 40 recipes — which is great as far as I’m concernedAnd for those with a Kindle Unlimited subscription it’s free You can’t beat that

  7. Eva Müller Eva Müller says:

    OK so I haven't yet tried out any of the recipes so I won't rate it yet but just from reading it there are some things I noticed A recipe for Bacon and Eggs? Really? Actually it's two recepies for Bacon and Eggs and then another for bacon Has anybody ever needed instructions on how to make bacon?The way the recepies are sorted is less than ideal There's a chapter for the food Harry had with the Dursley's another for the Weasley's the Hogwarts So for every chapter you get proper dinner cakes sweets desserts etc Now if they would at least fit together so that all the dinners mentioned in the Weasley chapters would go particularily well with the desserts but you can just about combine everything with everything else Sorting them differently would have made senseA LOT of space is used for the uotes mentioning the food and then telling about that scene in great detail You know I've read the Harry Potter books More than once I've watched the movies I'm uite familiar with the storiesas I assume are most people reading this book We don't need to be told that Harry is best friends with Ron These parts could have been shorterThis book seems to be targeted at children there are several references to 'your friends' and 'your parents' but apart from the Bacon and Eggs most recepies look bloody complicated There are a lot of pasties I have made pasties several times and still don't get the dough right and instructions like 'Let cook for and hour but be careful don't let it get to hot as it might explode' Probably not the ideal choice for 13 year old HP fans Now I'm not saying it shouldn't have these recipes but some kind of rating system from 'Children can make this on their own with some supervision from adults' to 'children can watch adults from a safe distance while they try not to blow the kitchen up while cooking' would have been a good ideaTwo recipes are actually marked as 'not tested try at your own risk' Now I don't think I need to say anything except WTF?

  8. Gina Gina says:

    I don't even know where to begin with this book It is amazing You think you're just getting another book with recipes but no it is so much than that Even the paper it is printed on is amazingI received this book as a gift from my son who knows how much of a Potterhead I am For that alone I would treasure it but it goes beyond that It is essentially a work of art in and of itselfThe recipes some of which are old English traditions are also tied in with the Potter series The book includes where the students or other characters enjoyed the particular dishNot all of the foods are necessarily enjoyed at the great feasts at Hogwarts; some are just mentioned in passing For example the recipe for Lemon Drops refers back to a conversation Harry had with Professor McGonagall and lemon drop is also the password to Harry's personal uarters there's some trivia for youThis isn't a normal cookbook It isn't normal in any sense of the word It's a treasure

  9. Kristin Kristin says:

    Such a fun book I always forget I have this and haven't used it nearly enough Must remedy that soon We've only tried one recipe out of it made it twice and it was really good MOLLY’S MEATBALLS WITH ONION SAUCE

  10. Davina Herondale Davina Herondale says:

    Yummy food inspired from the Potter verse1010 recommend

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