Thursday, October 11, 2012

Fancy Dress Dessert Fete At The Leaky Cauldron

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Hagrid, Professor of Magical Creatures at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry,
Formally invites you to a 
Fancy Dress Dessert Fete
at
The Leaky Cauldron
Thursday, Eleventh of October 2012

*Regrets only by owl

Hagrid wants to share a special treat with his friends.  While in the South visiting Hogwarts exchange student Bubba Bedford-Lee, Hagrid feasted on the fanciest cuisine he has ever had in his life:

Royal Crown Cola (more commonly know as RC Cola) and Moonpies



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Welcome to The Leaky Cauldron



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These eggs were hand blown and painted by a Ukranian artist



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Poor Ron.  Hagrid seems to have invited a few of his eight-legged friends, too!



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The anatomy of a Moonpie:  cake, marshmallow filling, and icing.  This one is a vanilla Moonpie.



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The mystery cola?  RC!


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The wonderful graphics are from Halloween with Matthew Mead!



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Hagrid is also serving M&M's and thumbprint cookies for those with a less sophisticated palette.



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Yummy Moonpies!


Will you join Hagrid?  Have you ever tried an RC and a Moonpie before?

Don't forget that tomorrow is Literary Friday!

Until next time...

Blessings!
Ricki Jill

21 comments:

  1. How darling! RC Cola and Moonpie is so Southern. I'm not a fan of moonpies a whole lot, but with this decor, they are great!

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  2. What a great imagination you have RJ! love it! I could use a little of this in my life...thanks!

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  3. Ricki Jill, this is just awesome! Your creativity just amazes me!

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  4. Wow...your dining room is amazing! All the details on your table..so magazine worthy! I am so in love with your chandelier! Gorgeous room and table!
    Miss Bloomers

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  5. I want to come over! Love all of your Halloween touches!

    Jeanine

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  6. Ricki Jill,
    I am in love with the black and white jars. I have been looking everywhere for a tea pot in the same design, but can't find one. The black spiders on the white roses is a nice touch. And I love the moon design with the moon pies. I noticed the black and white chandelier - did you go with that color combination in your kitchen? What a fun post this is!
    ~Sheri at Red Rose Alley

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  7. Thank you for stopping by my carnival post. The Leaky Cauldron is quite an elegant establishment - enjoy those moon pies!

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  8. So cute. I've never had a moon pie or an RC Cola, but now that I know they are typically southern I will have to have some when I'm next in the south. Spiders on your roses - I"m with Ron in thinking they are creepy.

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  9. I love this!!!! Those eggs are fabulous. I love the checked shades and tableware. This is so awesome. I hope you had some folks over to see it. I would hate to mess it up it is so detailed. On a another note I am clenching my teeth at this debate. Makes me sick to crap that is shoveled out.

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  10. Oh how fun and very creative! I love this Ricki Jill!!! I love everything about your party, the decorations, the ambiance, the desert, the post. Thank you so much!

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  11. Oh, this is absolutely adorable! so many details, you could do a blog post on each, white roses with spiders...All so cute!

    Carol

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  12. Cute tablescape! I don't think I've ever had a moonpie. That's sad coming from a southern girl.

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  13. Hi Ricki Jill~ Hogwarts will never be the same if RC Cola is substituted for Butterbeer and MoonPies for magical sweets! I love your MC and Matthew Mead labels at the table. Poor Ron and his Arachnophobia :) Have you read The Casual Vacancy yet?

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  14. What a wonderful table! MoonPies originated near where my parents live. Once when we were visiting, we made a special point of getting MoonPies in Bell Buckle, TN. Neither kid liked them. And, honestly, I never liked them either. (I'm just not an authentic Southerner I guess.)

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  15. I LOVE this, it looks gorgeous! You are so good at decor!

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  16. Oh I have not had a RC cola since I was a child (that has been a bunch of years ago!!!!). Than moon pie sure does look fancy cut into and photographed the way you did it :)
    Anyhoo, I know this is not what this post is about, but I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE that chandy! And the little shades??? I am drooling over them too!

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  17. Oh this is such an elegant dessert fete Ricki Jill. Great tricks and delicious treats. I don't know when I've last heard the line Moon Pies and RC Cola, love it! Great graphics..........

    ~Emily
    The French Hutch

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  18. I want a spider web painted egg NOW!!! (Ok, I know I used my Veruca voice just the other day, but it was eggs this times, so how could I resist?) Mmmmmm...Moon pies...mmmmmmmm! I haven't had or heard about RC Cola in a long time!

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  19. How creative and decorative! Great table and pictures!

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  20. Oh, such a fun & creative dining room table!

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