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Harry Potter and The Goblet of Fire | JK Rowling (Food Reference List)

Sherry
Doughnuts
Unsweetened grapefruit
Fizzy drinks
Cakes
Chocolate bars
Burgers
‘Rabbit food’ -vegetables, fruits,
Carrot sticks
Sugar free snacks
Rock cakes
Fruit cake
Assorted Meat pies
Birthday cakes: The food Harry relies on that have been sent by his friends, when living at his aunt and uncle’s over the break.
Cottage cheese and grated celery
Ton tongue Toffees: A rainbow coloured sweet that makes your tongue swell
Chicken and ham pie
Boiled Potatoes
Cream sauce
Salad
Strawberry ice cream
Porridge
Eggs and Sausages
Cocoa
Tea
Ogdens Old Firewhiskey: I’d like to think it tastes like Fireball Whiskey, a cinnamon flavoured whiskey that certainly warms your insides.
Buttered toast
Cauldron cakes: Harry buys a ‘large stack of Cauldron Cakes’, and there’s been mention they might be like pancakes?
Mashed potato
Pumpkin juice: At Universal’s Island of Adventure, pumpkin juice tastes of warm apple pie.
Yorkshire pudding: You’ll see these at every Sunday roast! Yorkshire pudding is a bready ‘pudding’ baked in muffins tins, and made of basic eggs, flour and milk. It’s served with gravy and the roast.
Treacle tart: A dessert made of shortcrust pastry, filled with golden syrup and baked.
Spotted dick: You can stop giggling or smirking. Spotted dick is pudding baked with dried fruits in it.
Chocolate gateau: Chocolate cake made with melted chocolate
Sausage
Lamb chops
Beef casserole
Scrambled eggs
Orange juice
Single malt whiskey
Bouillabaisse: A French fish stew
Blancmange: A dessert made of milk, sugar and gelatin and usually flavoured with almonds.

Wine

Cream-filled chocolates
Butterbeer: described as “a little bit like less-sickly butterscotch” and has a low alcohol content (although makes house elves drunk.) The butterbeer served at Universal and Warner Bros studio is very sweet. Butterbeer however has been around since the 1400′s, and is a mix of beer, butter, sugar. spices and egg. (Try my authentic Butterbeer recipe here).
Chocolate Frogs
Jam tart
Sausage rolls
Custard creams: A sandwich cookie (shortbread like?) with custard filling
Cream cakes
Pies
Canary Creams: A sweet that turns you into a canary for a minute
Rich stews
Savoury puddings
Bertie Bott’s Every Flavour Beans: (in flavours such as toast, coconut, baked bean, strawberry, curry, grass, coffee, sardine, pepper, chocolate, peppermint, marmalade, spinach, tripe, booger, vomit and earwax)
Drooble’s Best Blowing Gum: bluebell-coloured gum in crazyberry flavour
Fizzing Whizbees: Sherbet balls that make you float slightly off the ground
Mince pies
Turkey
Christmas pudding
Pork chops
Goulash: A stew made of meat, vegetables, paprika, other spices and pasta or rice.
Chicken legs
Loaf of bread
Eclairs: oblong pastry made with choux dough filled with a cream and topped with icing.
Ham
Fruit
Bacon
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!
Roast potato

Mrs Weasley's English Toffee Recipe from Harry Potter
Easter eggs, size of dragon eggs filled with homemade toffee

Cornish pastry: A savoury pastry folded into a D shape and usually filled with beef, onions and potato.
 

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Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire

 

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