Are you celebrating the launch of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2? Well, why leave the excitement at the cinema when you can bring the magic to your kitchen with the Harry Potter Cookbook.
Featuring over 150 recipes, this book contains every food mentioned in Harry Potter, from Pumpkin Pastries and Treacle Fudge to Mrs Weasley’s Homemade Toffee and Rock Cake.
With the holidays approaching, why not get your whisks at the ready and prepare to add a sprinkle of witchcraft and wizardry to your cooking.
For everyone from Potter fans to keen cooks, these recipes are sure to be a magical addition to any cookbook collection.
With the release of her new book ‘Notes from My Kitchen Table’ Gwyneth Paltrow has been invited to open for Liam Gallagher’s new band at the iTunes festival.
tBut.. she’ll be opening the show with a discussion about the joys of cooking! Paltrow places a lot of importance on family and being a good homemaker through cooking and creating a “life as normal as possible” for her two children and husband Chris Martin.
Paltrow likes nothing more than being in the kitchen – “My life can be so surreal sometimes – to be in the kitchen with things that are routine and mundane make me feel good.”
As we well know, the kitchen is now considered by many Brits to be the hub of the home and we spend more waking hours in the kitchen that any other room in the house.
So everyone, start making the most of your kitchen!