Thursday, August 24, 2017

Mossflower

Daily Draw: Victorian Fairy Tarot ~ Ace of Cups/Summer

A favorite summer day occupation, listening to Brian Jacques and the cast of creatures relate the stories of Redwall and the feasts therein. Summer recipes? An escape to real life.

Hotroot Sunsalad
Brockhall Badger Carrot Cakes
Great Hall Gooseberry Fool
Cheerful Churchmouse Cherry Crisp
Rosey's Jolly Raspberry Jelly Rock Cakes
Afternoon Tea Scones with Strawberry Jam and Cream
Squirrelmum's Blackberry and Apple Cake
Guosim Shrew Shortbread
Summer Strawberry Fizz
Summer Salad
Nutbread
Jess Squirrel's Celery with Pine Nuts
Raspberry cordial
Friar Hugo’s pièce de résistance: Grayling á la Redwall
Candied chestnuts

"In our imaginations we can go anywhere. Travel with me to Redwall in Mossflower country." ~ Brian Jacques 1939-2011

7 comments:

  1. Never heard of this book. I will look into it :)

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    1. It is a series, and all the inhabitants are animals, who have great adventures and lovely quiet times. My favorites are the hares.

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  2. Now that is a list of favorites. Yesterday my niece stopped by for lunch and she mentioned a Netflix film that speaks to vegetarianism. I have cut way down on my meat consumption and I told her if she she went that way it would be an easy leap for me and we could change recipes. I think some of your favorites look like a good place to start.

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    1. there is a Redwall cookbook out. That list is favorites of the Redwall inhabitants. I eat little meat but don't try to take my cheese away!

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    2. That's what I told my niece. Meat, no problem. Don't ask me to give up cheese.

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  3. I can't believe I've never read this series!

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  4. An enchanting list - make mine squirrelmum's blackberry and apple cake...like by the sycamore tree I can't believe I've never heard of this. Sounds like the perfect read for me right now :)

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