Enduring classic?: Sweetmeats in ‘Pamela’

Although it’s December 21st, this isn’t exactly a Christmas post; but I do think that today’s recipe is a good one for the festive season! This post actually marks a first at the Literary Kitchen: I am writing about a novel I didn’t enjoy reading. In fact, I found that wading through Pamela; or Virtue Rewarded (1740) by Samuel Richardson is not a good way to spend … Continue reading Enduring classic?: Sweetmeats in ‘Pamela’

Winter Enchantments: Turkish Delight in The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe (1950)

Are you looking to win over a long-lost love? Or do you just need something to surprise your friends with at the regular pot luck after the winter break? Or maybe it is simply that all your New Year resolutions not to eat any sweets in 2015 have (already) vanished… With the December festivities just behind us, the Literary Kitchen wants to cheer up those … Continue reading Winter Enchantments: Turkish Delight in The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe (1950)