Okay. This is going to be a short one. So, due to the fact that blogs are expensive and I’m working on other businesses at the same time all Literary Onion posts are moving to literaryscribbles.com. If you want to continue following me and see what book/film/TV themed dishes I create in the future please […]Read More Changes To This Blog
Anybody who’s actually stumbled across my Twitter account (probably by accident I’d imagine as I don’t believe I’m that interesting to catch your attention purposely) will know that a few months ago I was reading ‘The Wizard of Oz’. I’ve got to be honest, the page I showed on there was just about as far […]Read More The Wizard of Oz: Pork and Corn and Fruit ‘oh my’
Okay, to start this off, I should give a big thank you to my university. During my ‘Introduction to Children’s Fiction’, I was introduced to ‘Anne of Green Gables’… and I loved this book. I still do, in fact, and I knew that eventually I was going to get around to create a dish from […]Read More Anne’s ‘Scope for the Imagination’ Raspberry Tart
It’s long since passed Halloween—sort of midway between then and Christmas—but, what can I say? I haven’t had any internet for over a month and a half—a very slow and stressful month and a half. As I’m writing this blog post (pre-publishing) I still haven’t got any internet. Maybe it will come soon, but I […]Read More The Nightmare Before Pasta…
So… I’m back. Having posted only a small amount over the last few months (my bad) I have now officially become a full-time blogger. Does that mean I’ll be posting every day? Well, no, it takes a bit of time to read the books and create the dishes, but it does mean I shall be […]Read More Let the Next Chapter Start!
These madeleines, masquerading as Oysters from ‘The Walrus and the Carpenter’, were the star of my Alice in Wonderland Afternoon tea. Not only were they cake, which is a big win in any book, but the addition of the salt and pepper gave it a sweet and savoury flavour that only the best creations can […]Read More Sea Salt and Pepper ‘Oysters’
Growing up, when I first started to cook, there was no hesitation to say that I was terrible. On my first attempt to cook a meal for my parents my friend and I managed to not only horribly burn the starter (to this day I still have no idea what it was supposed to be) […]Read More Why making custard is one of the most important skills to master!