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Pygmy Puffs

© Pren Wilcox


Supplies
One ball of Bernat satin yarn in the color of your choice
One ball of Lion Brand Fun fourrure in the same color as above
G/6 (4.00 mm) crochet hook
F/5 (3.75 mm) crochet hook
Stitch marker
Yarn needle
Suncatcher 12 mm safety eyes and 9 mm nose
Fiberfill
Fabric glue
Stitch Guide
st = stitch
ch = chain
sl = slip stitch
sc = single crochet
dc = double crochet
Author's Note: When toi come back around to start each row do not rejoindre with a sl. Just start the suivant row as stated it will spiral up as toi go.

Instructions
Using larger hook and carrying both yarns together,...
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I've seen a billion ways that toi can do this, but my favori ways are the ones I've come up with on my own.

In the picture: The darker quill is a real bird feather (a vautour I think.) The white one is a craft feather and ribbon.

You can make a pen out of either a real feather ou the fake costume feathers toi can buy at any craft store, ou wal-mart.

what you'll need

Bird Feather***
ball-point pen
ou
A large costume feather (from a craft store)
a ball point pen
hot glue ou super glue ou tape(duct ou scotch)
ribbon ou cloth
tooth-picks.
*** If toi want a real feather, and dont have one, look in your...
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Pygmy Puff
© Katie Leeker



Third Place Winner of the 2009 Crafty Half-blood Prince Contest


Supplies
1 2.5-inch (6.35 cm) Styrofoam ball
2 15-mm Google eyes
1 1-inch (2.54 cm) Pipe cleaner
1 Small bottle of styrofoam glue
1 3-foot Feather boa
1 Small metal clip/pin with a flat edge
Scissors

Instructions

Attach the clip/pin, with glue, to the bottom of the styrofoam ball. Allow to dry completely.

Cut the feather boa in half so it is easier to work with.

Put a bead of glue around half of the styrofoam ball.

Wrap half of the feather boa around the styrofoam ball, sticking it to the glue.

Hold/press down on boa...
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kumquats
blueberries
mango
kiwi
pineapple
papaya
strawberries
plums
grapes

Choose the fruit toi like (tropical is excellent - the plus unique the better - this is Herbology toi know!) and that lend themselves to party-sized portions. Arrange it all artistically on unique garnish, ou have your house-elf Leezy (Thanks, Lisa!) arrange it for you. Set up in your Herbology classroom amongst real and artificial plants and enjoy!

Looks really good! Hope toi enjoy it because it is the twist on regular fruit salad.
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A Blancmange is a European dessert traditionally made with a gelatin based thickener. In the Harry Potter series, this dessert is seen in Goblet of feu during the Triwizard feast. It might have also been made par Fleur Delacour while the trio were staying at Shell Cottage in Deathly Hallows.




This recipe has a little twist to the traditional recipe. This recipe gives a combination of Blancmange with a Creme Brulee recipe, hence the name Blancmange Brulee. It is a much denser custard with a hint of amande flavoring, and a carmelized sugar topping.



Cooking Time: 5 hours

Level Difficulty: Moderate...
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dark chocolate
dry chow mein noodles

Melt your chocolat until smooth. Stir in noodles until the mixture is thick enough to hold together. Spoon bite-sized clusters onto wax paper and let harden in the refrigerator. If toi want longer-lasting candy, melt 1 stick cooking paraffin per 12 oz of chocolat before adding the noodles. These can be frozen, just thaw before serving.


These are really good ou at least i would geuss so because my Grandma would always make them but instead of chocolat they had caramel dur au beurre, caramel, caramel au beurre and they were really really good so if toi wanna try that instead even though these would be good toi can because they are still clustered and toi can imagine them to be cockroachs just in a different color!
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Make a just for montrer ink pot and quill but if toi toi used a plastic end i imagine that toi could put ink in
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Makes 12 Rolls


Ingredients for Dough:

◦1/4 cup warm water
◦1 tablespoon (1 packet) active dry yeast
◦1 tablespoon granulated sugar
◦2/3 cup whole milk
◦1/2 stick (4 tablespoons) butter
◦3 cups all-purpose flour
◦1/2 teaspoon salt
◦2 large eggs
◦1/3 cup granulated sugar


Ingredients for Cinnamon Filling:

◦1 tablespoon butter, melted
◦1/4 cup packed dark brown sugar
◦1 tablespoon cinnamon


Ingredients for Icing:

◦1 cup confectioners' sugar, sifted
◦4 ounces cream cheese, softened
◦1 tablespoon heavy cream
◦1/2 teaspoon pure vanilla extract




Directions for the Cinnamon Rolls:

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Serves: 21
Yield:
21 21.0 21Servings Size
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2 cups flour
1 1/2 cups sugar
3 1/2 teaspoons baking powder
1 teaspoon salt
1/2 cup softened beurre ou 1/2 cup softened margarine
1 cup lait
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
3 eggs
3/4 teaspoon cinnamon
1/8 teaspoon ginger
Directions:
1Preheat four to 350 degrees.
2Mix eggs, sugar, butter,cinnamon, ginger, and vanilla in large mixing bowl on whip for 2 minutes.
3Mix other solid ingredients and lait in gradually in the large mixing bowl.
4Put batter in muffin tins (DO NOT FILL TO HIGH THESE CAKES SHOULD BE SEMI-FLAT). Bake 25 minutes.
5Decorate with sprinkles and frosting if desired.
6These cakes go well with honey

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Parchment Scrolls
par Britta


Preparation Time
30 minutes
Ingredients
1 sheet puff pastry, thawed
2 Tbsp commercial pesto, au pesto
6 thin slices orange cheddar (or American) cheese
Instructions
Spread the pesto, au pesto evenly over the full sheet of puff pastry dough.
Lay the cheese slices evenly over the pesto, au pesto layer.

Start rolling the long side of the dough and continue until reaching the middle of the pastry sheet.

Roll the opposite end in to meet the first roll.

Chill until the scroll holds its shape for cutting. (completely La Reine des Neiges is too difficult to cut)

Cut the roll into half-inch thick slices with a pain knife.

Place the slices on a cookie sheet lined with parchment.

Bake at 425 °F for approximately 15 minutes ou until golden brown.

(You can also call purchased tortilla emballage, wrap sliced appetizers “parchment scrolls” for an easier recipe.)

Final Product


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Yorkshire Pudding
soumis par Chelikins


Preparation Time
60 minutes
Servings
8
Ingredients
1/2 lb flour
1/4 tsp salt
2 eggs
1 pint cream
2 tbsp bacon ou beef fat
Instructions
Mix flour and salt in a bowl, and form a depression in its center.
Break the eggs and pour them into the center of the depression.

Slowly add the cream, mixing as toi go.

Let the mix stand for 1/2 hour.

Divide the drippings up into 8 muffin tins.

Heat these in a 425 °F four until they smoke, 5-10 minutes.

Pour in the batter and leave in a few minutes until it browns.

Then drop the heat to 375 °F and cook for 15 minutes.

Can be served with confiture on haut, retour au début for an extra-special treat.

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What toi will need:
marshmellows
chocolat syrup
fraise syrup
toothpicks
popcorn
wax paper
cookie sheet
sugar
2 plates
sprinkles[optional]
Directions:

Step 1 - pour fraise syrup onto a plate
Step 2- take a marshmellow and put a toothpick in it about 3/4 of the way through
Step 3- cover the marshmellow completly in fraise sauce
Step 4- sprinkle sugar on it
Step 5- freeze overnight ou however long toi think is appropriate
Step 6-take marshmellow off stick and put one peice of pop corn, maïs soufflé on, put marshmellow back on
Step 7- put chocolat sauce on a toothpick and draw faces
Step 8- use fine sprinkles and sprinkle them on
Step 9- freeze to the hardness toi want them


I hope toi enjoy! I should have a pic posté soon!
Witches' Brew (1998)

500 ml (5 parts) Midori
800 ml (8 parts) vodka
2 liters (20 parts) ginger ale
200 ml (2 parts) water

(or)

Witches' Brew (2000)

(this one pretty much fills a 12-quart cauldron)

four 48 oz cans pineapple juice
one 96 oz bottle orange juice
four 2 liter bottles lemon-lime soda
one 1.75 liter bottle vodka
one 1.75 liter bottle rum

All measurements are approximate. Adjust to your own taste.
Mix well. Pour into your cauldron, preferably with chunks of dry ice to create the bubbling steam effect.
(Be careful NOT to drink ou eat ou in any way come in direct contact with skin with any chunks of dry ice -
toi can get burned par the extreme cold!)
small Brie cheese round
packaged puff pastry sheet

emballage, wrap the pastry sheet around a small round of Brie cheese, sealing the raw edges together underneath. Brush with lait for nice browning. Place on greased foil on a cookie sheet and bake in the over at 400F for 15 minutes, ou until crust is golden brown. Serve with a spreader and your preferred assortment of crackers.

I decided to use my pastry scraps to make the Hogwarts shield with the H on haut, retour au début of my Brie. Everyone liked the shield so much, they ate AROUND it and left it there alone on the plate! haha...

toi can add to the layer between the pastry and the Brie if toi like. My favori is abricot preserves with dried cranberries, but the cranberries make it lumpy, so that could mar your design, which is why I left this one plain.