The Unofficial Harry Potter College Cookbook

The Unofficial Harry Potter College Cookbook

A Magical Collection of Simple and Spellbinding Recipes to Conjure in the Common Room or the Great Hall

Aurélia Beaupommier

$12.99

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Hitch a ride on the Hogwarts Express and eat just like Harry, Ron, Hermione, Hagrid, and all your favorite characters from the Wizarding World!

A love of food has always been part of the Harry Potter universe, from the fabulous feasts served in the Great Hall to the sweets exchanged in the common room. Whether you’re running to catch a bus or train, an eternal latecomer, or a hardworking student, you will find something in these pages to make you happy, rain or shine! Every one of these recipes has been concocted with love for occasions large and small, to be enjoyed alone or with friends, at home or on the go. Included are dozens of recipes from across the Wizarding World such as:

  • Goblet of Fire Soup
  • Great Hall Shepherd's Pie
  • Umbridge's Pink Mug Cake
  • Cornelius's Fudge
  • Elf Wine
  • Ron's Usual Sandwich
  • Authentic Cold and Warm Butterbeer
  • And many, many more!
Easy, step-by-step recipes are perfect for any young witch or wizard and will have you prepping feasts worthy of the Hogwarts Great Hall. So spread your wings and get cooking with The Unofficial Harry Potter College Cookbook. And whatever you do, don’t forget your snack!


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Aurélia Beaupommier:
Aurélia Beaupommier is a passionate reader of all wonderful and fantastic literature. She decided to join the CNRS (Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique) in France, where she worked for many years as a librarian. As passionate about books as she is about cooking, she now lives with her family in Normandy, in a secret place where there are “books, friends, and flowers” and where she has concocted these recipes from the world cultures of the imaginary. She previously published three books with Skyhorse: The Wizard's CookbookThe Wizard's Dessert Cookbook, and The Harry Potter Fan's Cookbook.

Grace McQuillan has translated the works of Andreï Makine, Stéphane Allix, and has received a French Voices Award for her translation of Le Crieur de Nuit by Nelly Alard. Her work has also appeared in The Brooklyn Rail and PBS NewsHour. Originally from New Jersey, she now lives in Nevis.

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