[identity profile] baranduin.livejournal.com
I was digging around in my garage last night ("digging" being sadly realistic) and I came across an old book I'd forgotten I even had. It's called The Tolkien Scrapbook and was printed in 1978. It's got essays, fanfic (!) and .... recipes in a section called "The Middle-earth Gourmet" by Maureen Bayha and Alida Becker! I have to say that the honey cake one sounds very intriguing. Here they are:

Frodo's Scones )

Bilbo's Orange Marmelade )

Smaug's Gems )

Fruit Fool a la Sackville-Baggins )

Merry's Mulled Cider )

Mrs. Maggot's Cottage Pie )

Mushroom Soup from the Inn at Bree )

Mirkwood Cookies )

Beorn's Honey Nut Cake )

Scotch Eggs Strider )

Baked Bluefish for Gollum )
[identity profile] baranduin.livejournal.com
I was digging around in my garage last night ("digging" being sadly realistic) and I came across an old book I'd forgotten I even had. It's called The Tolkien Scrapbook and was printed in 1978. It's got essays, fanfic (!) and .... recipes in a section called "The Middle-earth Gourmet" by Maureen Bayha and Alida Becker! I have to say that the honey cake one sounds very intriguing. Here they are:

Frodo's Scones )

Bilbo's Orange Marmelade )

Smaug's Gems )

Fruit Fool a la Sackville-Baggins )

Merry's Mulled Cider )

Mrs. Maggot's Cottage Pie )

Mushroom Soup from the Inn at Bree )

Mirkwood Cookies )

Beorn's Honey Nut Cake )

Scotch Eggs Strider )

Baked Bluefish for Gollum )
[identity profile] ansostuff.livejournal.com
There`s no summer for me without this: Fried mackerel and hot rubarb soup. Here`s how to make it.

Fried mackerel, cucumber salad and rubarb soup )
[identity profile] ansostuff.livejournal.com
There`s no summer for me without this: Fried mackerel and hot rubarb soup. Here`s how to make it.

Fried mackerel, cucumber salad and rubarb soup )
ext_28822: Alan Lee's Frodo sketch from ROTK (Chef)
[identity profile] sila-lumenn.livejournal.com
Welcome, everyone, to our new recipe exchange community. I'm really excited about this community and I hope everyone contributes lots of great recipes. Of course, recipes are only one aspect of the cooking process. So everyone should feel free to use this community as a place to share ideas and information. And, if you have a question, someone here will probably know the answer!

There is a link on the community's main page which should be able to help with things like the conversion of measurements to/from U.S. Standard or Metric, etc.

Recipes will be archived in the memories section in much the same way as would be found in a cookbook to make finding the perfect recipe easy.

I promised someone the first recipe posted here would be easy enough anyone who can boil water would be able to do it. It's not very hobbity, but I can't imagine a hobbit turning it down!

TUNA, MAC AND CHEESE

1 box macaroni and cheese, any variety
1 can tuna, drained
1 cup frozen english peas, thawed
1/2 tsp. garlic powder (or to taste)

Prepare macaroni and cheese according to package directions, adding english peas to the pasta 4-5 minutes before the end of the cooking time. Stir in garlic powder and tuna.

Serve with a green salad and fruit for a quick and easy meal.

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