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Welcome to Narnia.com. All-new, all-Narnia!
OCTOBER 25, 2013 













Since a girl named Lucy stepped into a wardrobe, past soft fur coats, out the back, and into Narnia, generations of readers have eagerly followed her into adventure. Whether battling the White Witch, sailing on the Dawn Treader with Prince Caspian, or searching for the Silver Chair, readers of all ages want to return to Narnia again and again. And now, it is easier than ever to explore C. S. Lewis’s magical land through Narnia.com, the official home of The Chronicles of Narnia. Enter the portal and explore, shop, connect, and share.

But the journey doesn’t end here. Visit the all-new CSLewis.com, devoted to C. S. Lewis and his works beyond Narnia.

Remembering C. S. Lewis, 50 Years Later

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On November 22, 2013, in Westminster Abbey, a memorial was dedicated to C. S. Lewis, one of the great minds of the twentieth century. There, on the 50th anniversary of his death, Lewis took his place in the Poets’ Corner, alongside such greats as John Keats, William Blake, and T. S. Eliot.
 
Though C. S. Lewis himself has been gone for half a century, the power of his words and his ideas continues to affect generations. Such luminaries as John Boyne, Eoin Colfer, Neil Gaiman, and Lemony Snicket have paid tribute to him over on the C. S. Lewis Facebook fan pageThe Chronicles of Narnia Facebook fan page@CSLewis, and @OfficialNarnia.
 
There has also been a whole host of coverage across the media to mark the anniversary, here are just a few of the highlights:

The New York Times
The Chronicles of C. S. Lewis Lead to Poets’ Corner - Read the article

The Telegraph
C. S. Lewis Joins Poets’ Corner - Read the article

The Independent
The paper interviews Douglas Gresham, the step son of C. S. Lewis - Read the article

BBC News
C. S. Lewis honoured with Poets' Corner memorial - Read the article 
 
BBC Radio 4
The Screwtape Letters was Book of the Week on BBC Radio 4 until Friday 22nd November - Find out more

For press enquiries, please contact Sandee.Roston@harpercollins.com in the US and Camilla@angelpublicity.com or Katherine.Patrick@harpercollins.co.uk in the UK.
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C. S. Lewis 50 years later

The fourth Narnia movie will be THE CHRONICLES OF NARNIA: THE SILVER CHAIR

OCTOBER 1, 2013

THE C.S. LEWIS COMPANY FORGES CREATIVE ALLIANCE WITH THE MARK GORDON COMPANY ON THE FOURTH NARNIA FILM THE CHRONICLES OF NARNIA: THE SILVER CHAIR 

THE ADVENTURE BEGINS ON THE NEXT CHAPTER OF THE NARNIA JOURNEY

LOS ANGELES, CA (October 1, 2013) – The C.S. Lewis Company has entered into an agreement with The Mark Gordon Company to jointly develop and produce THE CHRONICLES OF NARNIA: THE SILVER CHAIR, the fourth book published in C.S. Lewis’ famed fantasy series. The announcement was made today by The C.S. Lewis Company.

Mark Gordon stated, “Like many readers, both young and old, I am a huge fan of C.S. Lewis’s beautiful and allegorical world of Narnia. These fantasy stories inspire real-world passion among millions of devoted fans around the world. As we prepare to bring the next book to life, we are humbled and excited to contribute to the outstanding legacy of Narnia.”

Douglas Gresham, stepson of C.S. Lewis stated, “I have a great deal of respect for Mark Gordon’s work and am confident that together we can bring the beauty and magical delight that Narnia engenders in the hearts of those who read the books to the screen in ‘The Silver Chair.’ I am very much looking forward to diving once more into Narnia, this time with Mark Gordon and his team.”

Mark Gordon and Douglas Gresham along with Vincent Sieber, the LA based Director of The C.S. Lewis Company, will serve as producers and work with The Mark Gordon Company on developing the script. Michele Wolkoff and Sara Smith will oversee for The Mark Gordon Company.

Vincent Sieber stated, “We are very excited by this partnership and to be able to work on this movie from its earliest conception on such a collaborative basis. It gives us the opportunity to develop a script and then produce a film with some of the most talented industry professionals whilst remaining completely faithful to this much loved book.”

The first three Narnia films combined have grossed over $1.6 billion at the worldwide box office.

A classic series of seven novels that have sold over 100 million copies worldwide, C.S. Lewis’ "The Chronicles of Narnia" began with the publication of "The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe" in 1950. Six more novels (including the prequel, "The Magician’s Nephew," and the sequels, "The Horse and His Boy," "Prince Caspian," "The Voyage of the Dawn Treader," "The Silver Chair" and "The Last Battle") would follow in the next six years. The final title in the series, "The Last Battle," was awarded the highest mark of excellence in children’s literature, the prestigious Carnegie Award.

To keep updated with movie developments follow THE CHRONICLES OF NARNIA on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/TheChroniclesofNarnia

About The Mark Gordon Company


The Mark Gordon Company is a film and television production company whose film credits include SOURCE CODE, THE MESSENGER, 2012, SAVING PRIVATE RYAN, DAY AFTER TOMORROW, THE PATRIOT, TALK TO ME, THE PAINTED VEIL, THE HOAX, WONDER BOYS and SPEED. Television credits include "Grey's Anatomy" (ABC), “Ray Donovan (Showtime),” "Private Practice" (ABC), "Criminal Minds" (CBS), and "Army Wives" (Lifetime/ABC).

Gordon is a five-time Emmy Award nominee with two wins and has been nominated for multiple Golden Globe Awards with two wins. He earned Academy Award and BAFTA nominations and won a Golden Globe for Best Picture as producer of SAVING PRIVATE RYAN.

Gordon is the President of the Producers Guild of America and serves on the boards of The Archer School for Girls and the Virginia Film Festival. He is the former chairman of Teach for America Los Angeles and has served on the boards of The UCLA Lab School, Chrysalis, and The Motion Picture and Television Fund. Gordon is the founder of Citizens of the World Charter Schools. Gordon is a co-founder of Intern Sushi, an innovative online resource that reinvents the internship application and hiring process.
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New Narnia Ebooks Available NOW!

NOVEMBER 11, 2013

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 


Are you ready for the holidays? Now you are, with three new Narnia books available in digital format for the first time. Give them as gifts, but don't forget yourself!
 
THE CHRONICLES OF NARNIA COMPLETE 7-BOOK COLLECTION WITH BONUS BOOK: BOXEN: Experience all seven books in The Chronicles of Narnia in a format perfect for older readers. This ebook bundle comes with a special introduction—a conversation with Douglas Gresham, C. S. Lewis's stepson, for a personal remembrance of Lewis and his work. As a bonus, you can discover the world before Narnia with Boxen, a collection of stories written by C. S. Lewis and his brother when they were children, with the authors' own charming illustrations. Preview and buy!
 
THE NARNIA TRIVIA BOOK: Are you the ultimate Narnia fan? Do you think you know Narnia inside and out? What do Dufflepuds use as boats? What is Lucy's last name? What does Puzzle fish out of Cauldron Pool? Find the answers to these questions and more in The Narnia Trivia Book, a collection of over 100 questions and answers based on the seven books in The Chronicles of Narnia. Preview and buy!
 
THE OFFICIAL NARNIA COOKBOOK: From the White Witch's spellbinding Turkish Delight to the centaurs' mouthwatering oatcakes and the Dryads' favorite gooseberry fools, each recipe in The OFFICIAL Narnia Cookbook is a culinary tribute to the overwhelming influence The Chronicles of Narnia has had on generations of readers. Beginning with the winner of the Narnia Food and Feasts contest, this beautifully illustrated collection includes over 60 recipes, anecdotes by C. S. Lewis's stepson, Douglas Gresham, and artwork by the original artist, Pauline Baynes. This is the only OFFICIAL Narnia cookbook and a delicious way to expand your journey through Narnia. Preview and buy!

DAVID MAGEE TO WRITE THE FOURTH NARNIA FILM: THE CHRONICLES OF NARNIA: THE SILVER CHAIR FOR THE MARK GORDON COMPANY AND THE C.S. LEWIS COMPANY

DECEMBER 5, 2013

DAVID MAGEE TO WRITE THE FOURTH NARNIA FILM: THE CHRONICLES OF NARNIA: THE SILVER CHAIR FOR THE MARK GORDON COMPANY AND THE C.S. LEWIS COMPANY

THE ADVENTURE BEGINS ON THE NEXT CHAPTER OF THE NARNIA JOURNEY

LOS ANGELES, CA (December 5, 2013) – The C.S. Lewis Company and The Mark Gordon Company announced today that two time Academy Award nominee David Magee (FINDING NEVERLAND and LIFE OF PI) has signed on to write THE CHRONICLES OF NARNIA: THE SILVER CHAIR, the fourth book published in C.S. Lewis’ famed fantasy series.

Magee’s critically acclaimed work includes his 2012 screen adaptation of the novel “Life of Pi” by Yann Martel, which earned him a nomination for the Academy Award for Best Adapted Screenplay and a Satellite Award for Best Adapted Screenplay. In 2004, Magee was nominated for an Academy Award and a Golden Globe for his work on FINDING NEVERLAND starring Johnny Depp and Kate Winslet.

Douglas Gresham, stepson of C.S. Lewis stated, “I have a great deal of respect for Mark Gordon’s work and am confident that together we can bring the beauty and magical delight that Narnia engenders in the hearts of those who read the books to the screen in ‘The Silver Chair.’ I am very much looking forward to diving once more into Narnia, this time with Mark Gordon and his team.”

David Magee stated, “I have always loved The Chronicles of Narnia and I endlessly imagined myself finding my own passage into Narnia someday. All these years later, I'm getting to fulfill that wish just a little bit by writing the film adaptation of 'The Silver Chair' and could not be more excited about it.”

Mark Gordon and Douglas Gresham along with Vincent Sieber, the LA based Director of The C.S. Lewis Company, will serve as producers. Michele Wolkoff and Sara Smith will oversee for The Mark Gordon Company.

The first three Narnia films combined have grossed over $1.6 billion at the worldwide box office.

A classic series of seven novels that have sold over 100 million copies worldwide, C.S. Lewis’ "The Chronicles of Narnia" began with the publication of "The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe" in 1950. Six more novels (including the prequel, "The Magician’s Nephew," and the sequels, "The Horse and His Boy," "Prince Caspian," "The Voyage of the Dawn Treader," "The Silver Chair" and "The Last Battle") would follow in the next six years. The final title in the series, "The Last Battle," was awarded the highest mark of excellence in children’s literature, the prestigious Carnegie Award.

To keep updated with movie developments follow THE CHRONICLES OF NARNIA on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/TheChroniclesofNarnia

About The Mark Gordon Company


The Mark Gordon Company is a film and television production company whose film credits include SOURCE CODE, THE MESSENGER, 2012, SAVING PRIVATE RYAN, DAY AFTER TOMORROW, THE PATRIOT, TALK TO ME, THE PAINTED VEIL, THE HOAX, WONDER BOYS and SPEED. Television credits include "Grey's Anatomy" (ABC), “Ray Donovan (Showtime),” "Private Practice" (ABC), "Criminal Minds" (CBS), and "Army Wives" (Lifetime/ABC).

Gordon is a five-time Emmy Award nominee with two wins and has been nominated for multiple Golden Globe Awards with two wins. He earned Academy Award and BAFTA nominations and won a Golden Globe for Best Picture as producer of SAVING PRIVATE RYAN.

Gordon is the President of the Producers Guild of America and serves on the boards of The Archer School for Girls and the Virginia Film Festival. He is the former chairman of Teach for America Los Angeles and has served on the boards of The UCLA Lab School, Chrysalis, and The Motion Picture and Television Fund. Gordon is the founder of Citizens of the World Charter Schools. Gordon is a co-founder of Intern Sushi, an innovative online resource that reinvents the internship application and hiring process.

Free Narnia Recipe Only At Narnia.com


December 20, 2013

"Eating and reading are two pleasures that combine admirably,"

according to C. S. Lewis, and nothing is better for adventuring

into the wilds of Narnia than a bag of toffee. Make your own toffee

with this free recipe from THE OFFICIAL NARNIA COOKBOOK,

a delicious way to expand your journey into Narnia with over

60 illustrated recipes inspired by The Chronicles of Narnia!




Toffee has been a favorite candy of English schoolchildren for longer

than anyone can remember. There are lots of different kinds, but the

toffee Digory planted in Narnia and which grew into a toffee tree is

the sort you can still buy today all over England. When you find

yourself on a journey through the wilds of Narnia and you don’t

have any food, a bag of good toffee will keep you going for a long time.

You might even find a toffee tree.


“Wake up, Digory, wake up, Fledge,” came the voice of Polly
“It has turned into a toffee tree.”

—THE MAGICIAN’S NEPHEW
 


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1 cup granulated sugar

¾ cup dark corn syrup

8 tablespoons
(1 stick) butter, melted

1 cup evaporated milk

1 teaspoon vanilla

  1. Butter a 9” square pan.
  2. In a 5–6 quart saucepan, combine the sugar, syrup, butter, and milk. Bring to a boil over medium heat, stirring constantly. Continue to cook, lowering heat if the mixture starts to boil over. Cook until the mixture reaches 330 degrees F on a candy thermometer. Remove from heat and stir in the vanilla. Pour into the 9” square pan.
  3. Cool in the pan for 20 minutes. Cut into squares and wrap each piece in parchment paper.


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Visit Narnia without Leaving Your Arm Chair!

July 21, 2014

You don't need to leave home to travel to faraway lands. Just pick up a book, and in seconds you could be climbing through a wardrobe with Lucy, or sailing on the Dawn Treader with Eustace.


While others are heading to the beach this summer, we’re staying right here in our arm chairs to take our own adventures through Narnia. Join us by reading some of our favorite quotes from the many adventures in the Chronicles of Narnia: 


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Don’t forget to download The Silver Chair map desktop wallpaper to help guide you in your quest.

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1. Your wardrobe consists only of large fur coats. Oh and a lamppost, just in case.
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2. You'd rather hang out with a Faun, Marsh Wiggle, Dwarf, or talking tree than a boring old human any day.

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3. Prince Caspian, Prince Rilian, and Prince Cor, mean way more to you than Prince William, Prince Harry, and Prince George.

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4. When you run into a lion, you cheer instead of run.

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5. You have multiple paintings of ships in your bedroom just hoping one will start flooding and pull you in.

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6. You secretly hope that every year, “back to school” actually means, “back to Narnia.”

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7. The phrase, "Don’t take candy from strangers," has a whole different meaning to you.

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8. A mouse is not a rodent, but a brave and loyal friend.

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9. You and your siblings address each other as "king" and "queen."

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10. When someone tells you they've discovered a magical land, you immediately make them your best friend. (You never know!)

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What you'll need:

Ears and Horns:
• Thin plastic headband
• Beige/tan-colored cardstock or cardboard
• Hot glue gun
• Glue stick/tape
• Scissors

Clothing/accessories:
• Red scarf
• Brown pants
• Nude/tan-colored shirt
• Umbrella

1. Cut the cardstock into the shape of two small horns, and then two long, rounded ears. Optional: Use another shade of cardstock to cut smaller shapes for the ears to add depth.

2. Attach the horns to the top of the headband and the ears to the sides of the headband with a hot glue gun. You may need to bend the bottom of each horn and ear to create a flat surface for the glue. Allow to dry.
*For children 13 years old and under, ask an adult for permission before using a hot glue gun.

3. Put on the clothing and wrap the red scarf around your neck. Put on your new ears and horns, open the umbrella, and you are Mr. Tumnus!

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What you'll need:

Mouse Mask:
• Gray and pink card stock (or other firm paper)
• White pipe cleaners
• Stapler/tape
• Scissors
• Elastic
• Long Red feather
• Hot glue gun and glue stick
• Thin plastic headband

Clothing/accessories:
• Plastic or cardboard sword
• Belt or sash (to hold sword)
• Gray sweatpants
• Gray shirt or sweatshirt

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1. Cut the gray card stock in the shape of a mouse’s face with two rounded ears. Measure the mask around your head and cut two holes for your eyes in the appropriate spot. Cut the pink cardstock in the shape of a pointy nose and cut two round pieces for inside the ears.

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2. Place three pipe cleaners on the pointy nose and fan them out to make whiskers. Cut them to your desired length. Use the hot glue gun to glue the pipe cleaners in place.

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3. Using the hot glue gun, attach the nose and whiskers onto the gray mask.
*For children 13 years old and under, ask an adult for permission before using a hot glue gun.

4. Measure the elastic around your head so that it is taught. Cut at the appropriate length. Staple the elastic to the back of the mask underneath the ears.

5. Using the hot glue gun, attach the long red feather to the side of the headband. You may want to wrap some elastic around the base of the feather for added support. Allow to dry.

6. Put on the gray clothing and belt. Secure the sword in the belt. Put on the headband and mask, and now you are Reepicheep. Don’t forget to defend Aslan with honor!

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Ice Crown:
• Jewelry wire
• Hot glue gun, several sticks of glue
• Silver glitter paint and/or glitter
• Hair pins
• Plate or wax paper
• Wire cutter

Clothing/accessories:
• White cloak/shawl
• Long plastic scepter (you can paint this silver and use the glitter if desired)
• Optional: long white dress, long white/blonde wig

What you'll need:

1. Bend the wire around your head to measure the correct amount of wire needed. Bend the ends of the wire to create a small loop on each end.

3. To make the icicles you will need your hot glue gun and the plate or wax paper. Simply squirt the glue onto the wax paper in the shape of icicles in your desired height and thicknesses. Vary the shapes and sizes. Make enough to fit around the length of your crown, while leaving 1-2 inches on each end for hairpins. Allow the glue to cool for a few seconds and then carefully peel the glue icicles off of the plate.
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5. Using the hot glue gun, attach the long red feather to the side of the headband. You may want to wrap some elastic around the base of the feather for added support. Allow to dry.

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2. Attach another piece of wire to one end and bend it along the length of the wire, loosely twisting it around the other end. Make sure to leave a few holes to fit your icicles and hairpins. Repeat 3-5 times so that you have several pieces of wire twisted around. You want the crown to feel sturdy, but not too heavy.

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4. Measure the elastic around your head so that it is taught. Cut at the appropriate length. Staple the elastic to the back of the mask underneath the ears.

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6. Put on the gray clothing and belt. Secure the sword in the belt. Put on the headband and mask, and now you are Reepicheep. Don’t forget to defend Aslan with honor!

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"So first of all he has porridge and pavenders and kidneys and bacon and omelettes and cold ham and toast and marmalade, and coffee and beer."—THE SILVER CHAIR

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1 SERVING
1 tablespoon water
2 eggs, the yolks separated from the whites
Pinch of salt and white pepper
1 tablespoon butter

ASSORTED FILLINGS:
2 tablespoons grated Cheddar or Cheshire or another flavorful cheese
herbs: 1 tablespoon finely chopped fresh parsley, chives, or dill
onion: 1 tablespoon chopped, sautéed in 1 teaspoon butter until soft and translucent
mushrooms: 2 tablespoons sliced, cooked in 1 teaspoon butter

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1. Preheat broiler
2. Stir the water and the egg yolks vigorously until well combined. Stir in a pinch of salt and pepper.
3. Whisk the egg whites until stiff. Gently fold the egg whites into the yolks until just combined.

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4. Over medium heat, melt the butter in an oven-proof omelette pan. Tip the pan from side to side to coat well with the butter. Pour in the egg mixture. As the edges set, lift them away from the sides of the pan and let the uncooked egg run under. When the bottom is well set, put the pan under the broiler and cool a minute or so to set the top.

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5. Remove the pan from the broiler; spread filling over 1/2 of the omelette.

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6. Run a spatula around the edge of the pan, fold the omelette in half, and slide out onto a warm plate. Serve piping hot.

Tea in Narnia: Oatcake Recipe

"As it is now past the middle of the day, they rested with the centaurs and ate such foods as the centaurs provided—cakes of oaten meal, and apples. And herbs, and wine, and cheese."– PRINCE CASPIAN

36 OATCAKES
2 cups all-purpose flour
½ teaspoon salt
½ teaspoon baking soda
6 tablespoons butter (3/4 stick), room temperature
6 tablespoons lard, room temperature
2 cups rolled oats, not instant
½ cup granulated sugar, plus more if needed
4 tablespoons milk

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1. Preheat the oven to 400 degrees F. Grease a baking sheet.
2. Sift together the flour, salt, and baking soda.
3. Rub in the butter and lard with your fingers until well combined. The butter and lard will almost disappear into the flour. Mix in the oats and the sugar, adding more sugar if desired.

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4.Mix in the milk and knead dough until it holds together. Roll out 1/4” thick and cut out small rounds. Place on the greased baking sheet.

5. Bake for 10 minutes until the oatcakes just begin to color. Cool on rack.

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"There were soups to make your mouth water to think of..."—THE SILVER CHAIR

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6 SERVINGS
1 ½ pounds fresh mushrooms—field or portobello if possible (see note)
1 tablespoon butter or olive oil
¼ cup chopped shallots
1 teaspoon finely chopped garlic
½ cup dry white wine
8 cups chicken broth
1 cup heavy cream
Salt and white pepper
Pinch of nutmeg
¼ cup finely chopped fresh parsley
2 tablespoons butter (¼ stick), optional
¼ cup dry sherry, optional
Note: Be sure you know which varieties of field mushrooms

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1. Clean and slice the mushrooms.
2. In a large pot, heat the butter or oil and sauté the shallots and garlic until translucent. Do not brown. Add the mushrooms and cook, stirring now and then, for about 10 minutes.

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3. Stir in the wine and chicken broth and bring to a boil. Reduce heat and simmer for 30 minutes. Remove from heat and allow to cool slightly.

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4. In a blender, puree the soup in small batches. Return the soup to the pot. Stir in the heavy cream.

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5. Just before serving, reheat the soup until very hot but not boiling. Season to taste with salt, pepper, and nutmeg. Swirl in butter, if desired, and ladle into individual soup plates or a tureen.
6.Sprinkle with parsley and add sherry, if desired.

"He had eaten his share of the dinner, but he hadn't really enjoyed it because he was thinking all the time about Turkish Delight."—THE LION, THE WITCH AND THE WARDROBE

About 1 ½ Pounds
3 envelopes unflavored gelatin
½ cup cold water
½ cup hot water
2 ½ cups granulated sugar
¼ teaspoon salt
3 tablespoons lemon juice
½ teaspoon lemon extract
About ½ cup confectioners’ sugar, sifted

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1. Soften the gelatin in the cold water. Set aside.
2. In a saucepan, bring the hot water and granulated sugar to a boil, stirring all the while. Lower heat. Add the salt, and stir in the softened gelatin until completely dissolved. Cook at a simmer for 20 minutes.

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3. Remove from heat and let cool for 10 minutes. Stir in the lemon juice and lemon extract.
4. Rinse a 6” square pan with cold water. The pan should be wet but not have standing water. (A plastic sandwich box works well.) Pour the mixture into the pan. Cover with the box lid or plastic wrap and allow to stand in a cool place overnight.

5. Sift some of the confectioners’ sugar onto a plate. Moisten a knife in very hot water and run it around the edges of the pan to loosen the candy. Invert the pan over the plate. It may be necessary to work on the edges a little to loosen them enough to turn the candy out on top of the sugar. Cut the square into equal-width strips.

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6. Roll each strip in sugar; then cut into cubes. Roll each cube in additional sugar to coat well.

DIY NARNIA COSTUMES: Jadis

October 17, 2014

1. Tea kettle
A day in Narnia isn’t complete without afternoon tea, even if it means getting sold out to an evil witch.

2. Turkish delight
You'll need something to serve with your tea so why not go for a tin of ever-so-tempting Turkish Delight. Although, you might not want to invite Edmund.

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3. Red scarf
All the chic fauns are wearing them this season.

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4. A fur coat
Just in case of wardrobe weather!

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5. Compass
For all of those adventures.

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6. Silver polish
Gotta keep that armor looking sharp while defending Aslan!

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7. Narnia Time watch
To keep track while you're stuck on Earth. (Wouldn't it be awesome if this was a real thing?)

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8. Archery lessons
If you're going to be as good as Susan, you'll need to practice!

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9. Catnip
Even big cats love it.

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10. Any one of these books
Because, obviously.

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1. Be persistent.
"All shall be done," said Aslan. "But it may be harder than you think."- Aslan in The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe

3. Be kind.
"Length of days with an evil heart is only length of misery..."- Aslan in The Magician’s Nephew

4. Be yourself.
"Don't run from who you are."- Aslan in The Voyage of the Dawn Treader

Recently, TIME magazine released a list of books they consider to be the 100 best young adult books of all time.

We are proud to announce that The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe is included! Read the full article here.

1. It’s becoming very difficult to ride your sledge through the forest.

2. You feel the need to take off your oversized fur coat.

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3. All of the animals and forest creatures are oddly chipper.

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4. Your unicorn is dying to stretch his legs.

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5. The witch in your life is becoming increasingly angrier.

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6. Even Edmund is excited to get some fresh air!

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7. Aslan is on the move!

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1. Be persistent.
"All shall be done," said Aslan. "But it may be harder than you think."- Aslan in The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe

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