Chronicles of narnia turkish delight
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Turkish Delight (from the Chronicles of Narnia)
Time magazine listed C. Printed in 47 different languages, generations of children and adults have been captured by its magic. Peter, Susan, Edmund and Lucy Pevensie are sent to live with Professor Kirke, who lives in a rambling country house in the English countryside. One day while the children are exploring the house, Lucy the youngest child peeks into a wardrobe and discovers a doorway to a magical world named Narnia. In their adventures in Narnia, Edmund is persuaded to betray his siblings when the White Witch grants his wish for Turkish delight.
Turkish Delight, or Lokum, is a simple candy popular in the middle east. It is basically a gelatin covered in powdered sugar. It is actually simple to make, as long as you have patience, and can generally be made with stuff you probably already have in your pantry. As I mentioned, the key is to take your time, go slow, and be patient. Also, eat it right away! They very quickly melt from nice little blocks to a big gooey mess.
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Binging with Babish: Turkish Delight from Chronicles of Narnia
I am excited to announce that I am starting something new here on my website. I have a Facebook group already where I share book suggestions. However, I want to bring a bit more life to that here! I would like to begin a series by the same name of my Facebook group that showcases books we read and enjoy. This is something new and my plan is to share a book at least once a month to start with. In a hurry?