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Friday, July 31, 2015

[Food in Books] Darke (Septimus Heap #6) - Angie Sage

Originally first compiled and posted at the Septimus Heap Wiki.

  • Ch. 1
    • Pie at Harbor and Dock Pie Shop
      "Pies ready in ten minutes. I’ll save you a veg and bacon one!"
  • Ch. 3
    • At Sally Mullin's Tea and Ale House
      Piled on the table were the remains of Sarah’s famous sausage and bean hot pot supper, and now everyone had gathered around the blazing fire, drinking herb tea.
  • Ch. 8

    • FizzFroot flavor
      "Fancy a FizzFroot?"

      Jenna smiled. "You got one in chocolate?" Beetle looked crestfallen. "Sorry, no. They only come in fruit flavors."
    • "Edifice" sandwich
      Jenna picked a tall, triangular stack of small sandwiches called "Edifice."
    • "Chemistry" sandwich
      Beetle chose a large cube-shaped sandwich called "Chemistry."
    • WizzFizz specials
      Beetle returned carrying two WizzFizz specials, which were as near to a FizzFroot as it was possible to get. He set a pink and green drink in front of Jenna with a flourish.

      Minty strawberry,” he said. “It’s new.”
    • More descriptions of "Edifice" and "Chemistry"
      He returned with a teetering stack of triangles and a huge cube.

      "Wow," said Jenna. "Thank you." She tentatively took the top triangle off the pile and bit into it. It was a delicious mixture of chopped smoked fish and cucumber with Wizard Sandwiches' famous sandwich sauce.

      Beetle regarded his large cube with dismay. It was one solid lump of bread made from half a loaf. In it were drilled nine holes filled with different colored jams and sauces, and from the center hole a wisp of smoke was rising. Beetle knew at once he had made a mistake; he just knew that when he tried to eat it, the colored gloop would run down his face and drip on the table and he would look like a kid. Why hadn’t he chosen something simple?

      Beetle began sawing at his cube. The multicolored gloop ran across his plate and swirled into a thick rainbow puddle. Beetle began to turn pink. His sandwich was an utter disaster. Jenna regarded the gooey mess on Beetle’s plate, which was beginning to fizz alarmingly.
      (apart from FizzFroot, the rest is all from Wizard Sandwiches)

  • Ch. 9
    • At the Traders’ Market
      Every year the Castle inhabitants flocked to the Traders’ Market to stock up on winter provisions of woolen cloth, candles, lanterns, salted fish, dried meats and fruits, fur and sheepskins before the Big Freeze blew in and cut off the Castle for six weeks or so. People also ate the hot pies, roasted nuts, and crumbly cakes and drank gallons of the huge varieties of spiced mulled drinks for sale.
  • Ch. 15

    • Marissa's stew
      At least Aunt Zelda made an effort to cook whatever weird ingredients she used until they were reasonably unrecognizable, but the bowls of squirming salted earwigs and a large dish of skinned mice covered with a lumpy, pale sauce made no effort at disguise.
    • What the Witch Mother ate
      Mouse and maggot casserole followed by a slug of Witches’ Brew always improved her temper—the coven’s new acquisition wasn’t so bad, all things considered.
  • Ch. 18
    • Licorice bootlace
      (presumably from Ma Custard's)
  • Ch. 34
    • What the gang ate
    • Jenna, who had had nothing to eat since "Edifice" with Beetle, spied her favorite iced pink rabbit biscuits and grabbed a handful. Septimus was particularly pleased to find a whole bowl of Banana Bears, and even Marcel us permitted himself a small toffee.
  • Ch. 35
    • Sarah's stew
      Sarah set about organizing everyone, and soon there was a fire blazing and a fragrant stew bubbling in the pot hanging above it. A stew, Lucy noted, as far removed from her mother’s as to be worthy of a different name.
  • Ch. 37
    • What the gang ate
      Silently she thanked Silas for all the stores he had laid in: logs neatly stacked under Jenna’s bed, blankets, rugs and cushions, two cupboards full of jars of preserved fruit and vegetables, a whole box of dried WizStix, which would become strips of tasty dried fish or meat when reconstituted with the correct Spell (the tiny, sticklike Charm for which Silas had thoughtfully left tucked beside them).

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