Midnight Feasts

Midnight Feasts sense in this difficult mixing, with no guessing as to the result, glorifies the most commonplace materials. The blue flame and copper kettle are most popular wherever informality and sociability reign.

Author: May Southworth

Publisher: Applewood Books

ISBN: 9781429010771

Category: Cooking

Page: 158

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May Southworth's 1914 ""Midnight Feasts"" is designed to provide recipes to accompany the light-hearted fun and laughter of a midnight supper. The recipes for salads and chafing-dish allow hosts to provide their guests with satisfying food with a minimum of effort.

Midnight Feast

MARTINA EVANS MID/NIGHT FEAST Evans's prose shimmers somewhere strange and changeable between peculiarly heightened realism and sheer fever. Ali Smith Martina Evans MIDNIGHT FEAST BLOOM BOOKS. Front Cover.

Author: Martina Evans

Publisher: Bloom Books

ISBN: 9781843962724

Category: Fiction

Page: 270

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'Midnight Feast', winner of a Betty Trask Award, is the dark and funny story of love in a convent boarding school. When sixteen year-old Grace arrives at Mayo, she immediately falls for the mercurial and glamorously thin Colette MacSweeney. She soon finds herself descending with Colette into life-threatening anorexia, entangled in the dysfunction that seethes below the surface of Colette's family. This is a new and revised edition."e;A story of charismatic starvation (rather like an anorexic Madchen in Uniform), Evans's prose shimmers somewhere strange and changeable between peculiarly heightened realism and sheer fever."e; - Ali Smith, Times Literary Supplement"e;She'll give the Dublin Boys a good run for their money one day."e; - Amanda Craig, Literary Review"e;Superb"e; - Kate Figes, The Independent on Sunday"e;A nightmarish tale of two convent girls' descent into life-threatening bulimiacommunicates the irrationality of childhood fears and passions as well as the incomprehensible affliction of eating disorders."e; - The Irish Times

A Midnight Feast

Emma Barry, Genevieve Turner. A Midnight Feast (Book Five) After twenty years of deployments and resentment, the queen bee.

Author: Emma Barry

Publisher: Penny Bright Publishing, LLC

ISBN:

Category: Fiction

Page: 200

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Houston, Texas, 1965 Margie Dunsford relishes her role as the leader of the astronaut wives. With her children away and her guests canceling, she faces a terrifying prospect: an entire Thanksgiving weekend alone with her husband. Mitch knows the fire has gone out in his marriage, but he fears if he attempts to reignite it, Margie will freeze him out forever. Now he’s determined to use the distraction-free weekend to win her back. Twenty years of resentments can’t be erased in a few fevered days, and Margie and Mitch will have to learn how to speak with their hearts instead of their hurts if they are going to save their marriage.

Gargoylz at a Midnight Feast

Midnight Feast Fun Max looked at his gargogle friends, who were sitting in a row on Ben's bed, and grinned. “This is going to be the best sleepover ever!” he declared. “What shall we do first?” “Cookiez and cake! Cookiez and cake!

Author: Jan Burchett

Publisher: Random House

ISBN: 9781407049717

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 128

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More classic capers and mischief from Max, Ben and the gargoylz. Will Oldacre Primary School ever be the same again? GARGOYLZ ARE VERY NAUGHTY AND WON'T KEEP STILL FOR LONG. THEREFORE, THE TOY INCLUDED MAY NOT BE EXACTLY AS SHOWN.

GLITTERWINGS ACADEMY 2 Midnight Feast

Titania Woods. Book Two Midnight Feast * * *L*** * builr .. .. For my mother, with love. Titania Woods Illustrated by Smiljana Coh. * *** - I -

Author: Titania Woods

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 9781408813447

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 128

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Twink can't wait to start her second term, the Summer term, at the fairy school, Glitterwings Academy. She loves the wonderful, huge oak tree that is Glitterwings Academy, and all the exciting new lessons. Best of all, she has made some new friends, Sooze and Bimi. But friendships can sometimes run into difficulty, as Twink is about to find out. Glitterwings Academy is a lovingly created series by acclaimed author Lee Weatherly, writing as Titania Woods. Readers of the series can be assured of accomplished narrative, as well as stylish and exciting illustration.

Feast

Of course the best sort of midnight feast needs no recipe. A bacon sandwich is never the wrong thing to eat late at night in front of the television, and all I'd say on this is that the perfect bacon sandwich is made by mushing the ...

Author: Nigella Lawson

Publisher: Random House

ISBN: 9781448114627

Category: Cooking

Page: 480

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'Food is the vital way we celebrate anything that matters. It's how we mark the connections between us; how we celebrate life.' A feast for the eyes and the senses, Feast is a must for every kitchen, in the tradition of Nigella's classic How to Eat. Whatever you're celebrating, you'll find a deliciously simple recipe for any occasion. With warm and witty food writing, clear recipes and ingredients lists and a beautiful hardback design, this is a book you will treasure for many years as well as a delicious gift for friends and family. Thanksgiving and Christmas - turkey and ham, mince pies and Christmas cake... and everything in between Meatless feasts - mouthwatering vegetarian recipes that everyone will love Valentine's day - romantic dinner ideas for two Easter - slow-cooked lamb, hot cross buns and indulgent baking Passover - Seder night suppers and feasts Breakfast - something delicious for everyone, from how to boil eggs to morning muffins Kitchen feasts - everyday celebrations: suppers for friends and family meals Kiddie feast - delicious and healthy recipes for kids Chocolate cake hall of fame - a chocolate cake recipe for every occasion Eid - a fast-breaking curry banquet of Mughlai chicken curry, pheasant and lamb Festival of lights - indulgent baking recipes for a happy Hannukah Midnight feast - deliciously easy recipes to satisfy those late-night cravings, from carbonara to alcoholic hot chocolate. Nigella Collection: a vibrant look for Nigella's classic cookery books.

A Hundred Years of The Secret Garden

In the first volume of the series, which was published in 1941, the girls plan a 'midnight feast', ... Midnight feasts seem to be a regular event at St Clare's boarding school (The Twins at St Clare's57), albeit one that has to be kept ...

Author: Marion Gymnich

Publisher: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht

ISBN: 9783847000549

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 190

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Frances Hodgson Burnett published numerous works for an adult readership, but she is mainly remembered today for three novels written for children: Little Lord Fauntleroy (1886), A Little Princess (1905) and The Secret Garden (1911). This volume is dedicated to The Secret Garden. The articles address a wide range of issues, including the representation of the garden in Burnett's novel in the context of cultural history; the relationship between the concept of nature and female identity; the idea of therapeutic places; the notion of redemptive children in The Secret Garden and Little Lord Fauntleroy; the concept of male identity; constructions of 'Otherness' and the redefinition of Englishness; film and anime versions of Burnett's classic; Noel Streatfeild's The Painted Garden as a rewriting of The Secret Garden; attitudes towards food in children's classics and Burnett's novel in the context of Edwardian girlhood fiction and the tradition of the female novel of development.

The Year of Miracles

Midnight feasts are the best meals; they are second only to slightly drunk midnight feasts. We're too late even for the chip shop: we started the evening late, and we're ending it late; and now we're home and the kitten is chirping with ...

Author: Ella Risbridger

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 9781526658616

Category: Cooking

Page: 288

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'Ella Risbridger has a comforting talent for delivering deliciousness in a way that seems like an act of compassion.' NIGELLA LAWSON 'An extraordinary, heartwarming book with gorgeous recipes. I loved it.' NIGEL SLATER 'Love, sorrow, grief and how cooking can get you through. Ella Risbridger has such a sincere and distinctive voice. A book full of wisdom.' DIANA HENRY This cookbook is about a year in the kitchen. A year of grief and hope and change; of fancy fish pie, cardamom-cinnamon chicken rice, chimichurri courgettes, quadruple carb soup, blackberry miso birthday cake, and sticky toffee Guinness brownie pudding. A year of loss, and every kind of romance, and fried jam sandwiches. A year of seedlings and pancakes. A year of falling in love. A year of recipes. A year, in other words, of minor miracles. The Year of Miracles by bestselling author Ella Risbridger is more than just a cookbook; like her award-winning Midnight Chicken, every page is a transporting blend of recipes and life story. This is about what happens when you've lived through the worst thing you could have imagined – and how you can still cook, and eat, and love.

The Hallowed Eve

And I could tell you a few amusing stories about Halloween midnight feasts, but basically that's what you did. At midnight. The idea in theory was that it was midnight. Sometimes it was right before midnight. Sometimes it was just when ...

Author: Jack Santino

Publisher: University Press of Kentucky

ISBN: 9780813184586

Category: History

Page: 184

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In Northern Ireland, Halloween is such a major celebration that it is often called the Irish Christmas. A day of family reunions, meals, and fun, Halloween brings people of all ages together with rhyming, storytelling, family fireworks, and community bonfires. Perhaps most important, it has become a day that transcends the social conflict found in this often troubled nation. Through the extensive use of interviews, The Hallowed Eve offers a fascinating look at the various customs, both past and present, that mark the celebration of the holiday. Looking through the lenses of gender, ethnicity, and religious affiliation, Jack Santino examines how the traditions exist in a nonthreatening, celebratory way to provide a model of how life could be in Northern Ireland. Halloween, concludes Santino, is a marriage of death and life, a joining of cultural opposites: indoor and outdoor, domesticity and wildness, male and female, old and young. Although current folk and popular traditions can be divisive, Halloween in Northern Ireland is universally considered to belong to everyone, regardless of their background or political leanings. The holiday is a dramatic example of how a community comes together one day a year, and these Northern Irish traditions capture the fundamental and everyday dimensions of life in Ulster.

Feast or Famine Food and Children s Literature

... but these curious, creatively educative snacks are part of a genre of food that children's texts present as the most interesting and attractive: meals that are not quite meals – picnics, midnight feasts, illicit snatched handfuls, ...

Author: Bridget Carrington

Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing

ISBN: 9781443863544

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 296

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In November 2013, the joint annual conference of the British branch of the International Board on Books for Young People (IBBY UK) and the MA course at the National Centre for Research in Children’s Literature (NCRCL) at Roehampton University took as its focus ‘Feast or Famine? Food in Children’s Literature’. Food is central to both children’s lives and their literature. The mouth-watering menu of talks given to the conference delegates is richly reflected in this book. Speakers examined the uses of food in children’s books from the nineteenth century to the present day, and in a wide variety of genres, from ancient fable to twenty-first-century fantasy. From the contributions to this collection, it is shown that food within literature not only reflects the society, culture and time in which it is prepared, but also is widely used by authors as a means to instruct their juvenile readers, and to deliver moral messages.