Below you’ll find the list of food mentioned in Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, the fifth book in the series.
rhubarb crumble | Do you know apple crumble? Well this is the same thing, only made with rhubarb.
kippers | Kippers are herring that have been cut head to tail so they lay butterfly style, and are salted or pickled, then cold smoked. Certainly not for the faint of heart!
bacon and eggs
marmalade | A fruit preserve usually spread on toast, made from the juice and peel of citrus fruit. Orange marmalade is quite common.
‘joints and pies and dishes of vegetables, bread and sauces and flagons of pumpkin juice.’
steak and kidney pie
treacle tart | Harry’s favourite dessert, which is similar to a butter tart, as treacle is like molasses.
shepherd’s pie | a meat pie with a crust of mashed potato
Ginger Newt | a ginger cookie, most likely in a newt shape
sausages and mash | In the British version, this is called bangers and mash
Every Flavour Beans
mince pies | mince pie is not mince meat, rather a fruity filling
Christmas pudding and trifle
chicken and ham pie
squeaking sugar mice
‘She handed him a handsome chocolate egg decorated with small, iced Snitches and, according to the packaging, containing a bag of Fizzing Whizzbees.’
‘where he bought a large pile of cauldron cakes and pumpkin pasties.’
iron flagon of butter beer | A flagon is essentially a pitcher. Wikipedia
‘gulp endless glasses of some smoking, fiery substance’
three very dusty, very dirty bottles (of Butterbeer)
coffee at Madam Puddifoot’s
Firewhiskey | I’d like to think it tastes like Fireball Whiskey, a cinnamon flavoured whiskey that certainly warms your insides.
Gillywater with an onion on a stick: This always made me curious. Gillywater is apparently made from Gillyweed, which, when eaten, makes you grow gills. So what would Gillywater do?
iced dandelion juice
Skiving Snackboxes | A product made by Fred and George Weasley. Best not to try them!
Don’t miss the food lists from the other Harry Potter books!