Your challenge is to creative a six-word celebration of Dewey's Read-a-Thon. Go on, you know you want to!
Dewey's: the most amazing bookclub ever!
The goal is to dream-up a coffee or tea related beverage with a literary bent. There are many ways to go about this:
1) You could spin me a pun: example — The Metamorphopress of Kafkas (French press of coffee)
2) You could have something inspire by a book or author: — example The Robert Frost (a mint mocha)
3) Or you could find some other creative bent. Maybe a coffee or tea drink a certain character would have loved.
Awww, how awesome is this challenge? I'm still reading "A Ilha de Melquisedech", where the creator of the island is the only person who knows about coffee, and where people have no idea how the outside world lives (they think they're alone on... wherever they think they are). So, my recipe would be something really simple yet delicious, and all those people would be absolutely addicted to coffee.
Island Coffee - all you have to do is make a simple coffee, and serve it on a cookie-like cup, with its interior made of chocolate. You must put some anise on the coffee, and after drinking it, you have to eat the cup.
So, it's not that ellaborate, but it's pretty simple and I think people would love it!
So here is the challenge my fellow Read-a-Thoners: Make a post where you will share your best "book-inspired" recipe and explain its origin, inspiration, etc. Be as original as you want; as whimsical as you feel.
I don't really take much inspiration from books to cook, but thanks to the book Chocolate, I have this beautiful dream of opening a Chocolaterie!
I have a fun mini-challenge, just take a picture aka Shelfie of your shelves, or you and your shelves, post it up somewhere and link it below.
Ok, here's the pic :)