by Aniya Wells
4) Turkish Delight from The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe - I'm not the biggest fan of Turkish delight, but for whatever reason, I start to crave this exotic candy whenever I read the beloved classic "The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe" every winter. In case you don't remember, whenever Edmund Pevensie encounters the evil White Witch in Narnia she attempts to lure him to her wicked castle with promises of Turkish delight and a royal title. This liquorice, powdered-sugar candy is usually mixed with nuts, such as dates, pistachios, hazelnuts, and walnuts. It's not necessarily the most delicious candy, but it certainly brings you back to those childhood days of reading C.S. Lewis' most famous book.
It takes a certain literary gift to weave delicious descriptions of cuisine into writing. You may not know it, but the passages of some of your favorite novels and books likely include their very own tantalizing, mouthwatering descriptions of food.
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