Top Ten Tuesday: Foods(Fictional or Real)I want to try after reading about them in Books

Dear Rebellious Readers,

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly blog post hosted by    That Artsy Reader Girl  and it was a freebie so I picked Foods(fictional or real)I want to try after reading about them in books.

1. Turkish Delight from The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe

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2. Butterbeer from The Harry Potter Series

3. November Cakes from The Scorpio Races

4. Pumpkin Pasties from Harry Potter

5. Sherbet Lemon from Harry Potter

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6. Cauldron Cakes From Harry Potter

7. Faerie Fruit from The Folk of the Air series

8. Lembras Bread from Lord of the Rings

9. Wonka Bar from Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

10. Fruit from the Toffee Tree in The Chronicles of Narnia: The Magician’s Nephew

What foods have you read about in books that you want to try fictional or real?

I had a ton of fun with this topic. Most of the foods are fictional and I will never get to try them sadly. The only ones that are real are pictured and look so yummy.

14 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday: Foods(Fictional or Real)I want to try after reading about them in Books

  1. This is such a fun topic! I don’t like Turkish Delight and I’m so disappointed that I don’t like it – considering Edmund was willing to sacrifice his family for it, I always thought it would be a lot tastier but it tastes like soap to me. I would love to try butterbeer, though!

    1. I have been curious to try Turkish Delight since I read this book as a kid. I hope to someday get my hands on some. Butterbear sounds so delicious. I know the make some at Universal and hope to get there someday.

  2. Anything from Harry Potter I would definitely willing to try.

    It’s strange but I do not remember food from any of the books I read except for the chocolate cake from Matilda. I only remember about food from Harry Potter because of the movies.

    Great topic for this week’s TTT.

    Have a lovely day.

  3. This is a great post! When I first started reading the Stephanie Plum books by Janet Evanovich, I went nuts because TastyKakes weren’t available here on the west coast. I complained a little too much about wanting a Butterscotch Krimpet that a friend of mine in New Jersey sent me a box full of TastyKakes. LOL

    Hope you can find some of these goodies! I’m not sure if you’re in the US or not, but you used to be able to find Turkish Delight all over the place, especially during Christmas, but I haven’t seen it in years.

    Here is our Top Ten Tuesday. Thank you!

  4. Turkish Delight wasn’t as good as I thought it would be… I love the line in That Night though… “Edmund betrayed his family for them. I’ve never had one before, but they must be really something to sell out your family for a box.”

  5. What a fun post!! I have ordered my kids Turkish delight. We weren’t impressed. Ha! I’m sure it was a pale comparison. 😉

    Thanks for stopping by my TTT

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