Hi everyone! I hope you’ve all had a good week since I last did one of these, at the moment it feels like I will never not be writing essays! But only one more week to go and I’ll finally emerge into a brief period of essay freedom, before getting buried again! But enough with my University student woes, it’s Tuesday and that means another Top Ten Tuesday courtesy of the lovely ladies over at The Broke and The Bookish. This week’s topic is a food themed freebie, which I love because food is you know….the best. So I’m going to talk about Food From Books That I Would Love To Try:
- Blue chocolate chip cookies-Percy Jackson-Rick Riordan
I would love to try Percy’s favourite food! I mean I’m sure they’re just chocolate chip cookies with blue food colouring and I love chocolate chip cookies so…..
2. Lemon Tarts-Heartless-Marissa Meyer
I’m not a huge fan of lemon, but Cath’s lemon tarts sounded so delicious, I would happily try them.
3. Ludmila’s Borodinsky Bread-The Crown’s Game-Evelyn Skye
Ludmila makes a bunch of delicious treats throughout The Crown’s Game in her bakery, but her Borodinsky Bread is supposed to be the best in Russia, so I would definitely want to try that!
4. Cauldron Cakes-Harry Potter-JK Rowling
I could have picked any number of things from JK Rowling’s Wizarding World because let’s face it, they have some amazing treats, but these are cakes and I do love cake!
5. Bruce Bogtrotter’s Chocolate Cake-Matilda-Roald Dahl
I mean this is one of the most iconic moments in Matilda, when Bruce eats that massive chocolate cake all by himself. And it looked (from the movie) and sounded like a really delicious cake, so I would love to try it!
6. Whipple-Scrumptious Fudgemallow Delight-Charlie and The Chocolate Factory-Roald Dahl
I mean it’s chocolate. With fudge and marshmallow and something whipped I guess. I don’t know but it sounds absolutely delicious!
7. Poison Kitchen’s Goulash-Daughter of Smoke and Bone-Laini Taylor
I would love to try Karou and Zusana’s favourite restaurant’s signature dish! I mean if only so I could go to Poison Kitchen because it totally sounds like my kind of place.
8. Cinnamon Twists-The Night Circus-Erin Morgenstern
All the food at The Night Circus sounded to die for, but I would especially love to try the cinnamon twists, along with the hot apple cider because they sound amazing!
9. Nina’s Waffles-Six of Crows-Leigh Bardugo
Those waffles have to be amazing for Nina to be so addicted to them and if Nina loves them then they’re definitely something that I want to try!
10. Ambrosia-Percy Jackson-Rick Riordan
Apparently Ambrosia tastes different to everyone and it triggers warm and happy memories and I love that! Let’s hope I’m a demigod though, because otherwise it would burn me alive!
This was actually a lot harder than I thought it would be! Clearly more books need to have memorable food in them. What fictional foods would you like to try? Do we share any? Let me know in the comments!
Next week’s topic is Top Ten Unique Book Titles, so that should be a fun one to do! You won’t hear from me again until next week when all of my assessments are done (at least for a while!), so I apologise for that and I’ll see you guys on the other side of my essay nightmare!