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Key Lime Pie. Heartburn.

If I had to do it all over again, I would have made a different pie. The pie I threw at Mark made a terrific mess, but a blueberry pie would have been even better, since it would have permanently ruined his new blazer, the one he bought with Thelma. 646 more words

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Sticky Ginger Cake. Five on a Treasure Island.

It wasn’t long before all four were sitting down to a good tea. Aunt Fanny had baked new scones for them, and had made a ginger cake with black treacle. 545 more words

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Doughnuts. Fantastic Mr Fox.

Bunce was a duck-and-goose farmer. He kept thousands of ducks and geese. He was a kind of pot-bellied dwarf. He was so short his chin would have been underwater in the shallow end of any swimming-pool in the world. 1,092 more words

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Sour Chocolate Cakes. Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets.

“I’ve got it all worked out,” she went on smoothly, ignoring Harry’s and Ron’s stupefied faces. She held up two plump chocolate cakes. “I’ve filled these with a simple Sleeping Draught. 456 more words

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Pumpkin Pasties. Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone.

He had never had any money for sweets with the Dursleys, and now that he had pockets rattling with gold and silver he was ready to buy as many… 876 more words

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Muffins. A Little Princess.

Imagine, if you can, what the rest of the evening was like. How they crouched by the fire which blazed and leaped and made so much of itself in the little grate. 778 more words

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Pumpkin Scones. Possum Magic.

They ate ANZAC biscuits in Adelaide,
mornay and Minties in Melbourne,
steak and salad in Sydney
and pumpkin scones in Brisbane.

Possum Magic, Mem Fox 704 more words

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