Harry Potter Kitchen

Harry Potter Kitchen

Harry Potter Wine Markers share tweet share share share You’re still not magic enough to cast a spell to keep the germs away, so these wine glass markers will effectively protect your Happy Hour territory. Just be sure to drink in moderation, or you may find yourself speaking in parseltongue. Amazon Related: These Star Trek Kitchen Gadgets Will Help You to Eat Long & Prosper
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Harry Potter Kitchen

Accio, cooking skills! If your dinner table is looking more like Azkaban and less like the Great Hall, we’ve rounded up 17 of the most spell-binding Harry Potter gadgets that will Wingardium Leviosa your food to new heights. You may even give any loyal and kitchen-saavy house-elf a run for his gold-galleons. (Sorry, Dobby.) Click through to check them out!
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Harry Potter Kitchen

In 1992, Headmaster Albus Dumbledore decided, upon the rescue of Ginny Weasley from the Chamber of Secrets, that the students of Hogwarts needed a feast. Hence, he sent Minerva McGonagall to the kitchens to persuade the house-elves to hold such a banquet. Two years later, Hermione Granger discovered the kitchens, and although initially she attempted to convince the house-elves employed there to accept pay and holidays, upon seeing Dobby, she instead brought her friends Harry Potter and Ronald Weasley to visit Dobby. The next year, Fred and George Weasley brought tonnes of snacks from the kitchens to the Gryffindor Common Room after the Gryffindor Quidditch team won the cup. The rest of the House were amazed at this accomplishment, however, so long as students were kind and polite to them, the house-elves of the kitchens were happy to give away food to students.
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You don’t have to be a master chef to enjoy your time in the kitchen (or at the table) with our geeky dining selection. Whether you’re looking to redo your kitchen top to bottom or just looking for a little something for that dinner party, we have what you need. Better yet, they’re in all your favorite fandoms, including Star Wars and Star Trek. If you didn’t like spending time in the kitchen before, you will now!
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You’re still not magic enough to cast a spell to keep the germs away, so these wine glass markers will effectively protect your Happy Hour territory. Just be sure to drink in moderation, or you may find yourself speaking in parseltongue. Amazon Related: These Star Trek Kitchen Gadgets Will Help You to Eat Long & Prosper
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The kitchen is a gigantic, high-ceilinged room with five tables identical to the ones in the Great Hall above; they are also in the exact same position. There are large quantities of pots and pans heaped around the stone walls, presumably on counter-tops or stoves, and a large brick fireplace at the other end of the hall from the door.
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During the Triwizard Tournament there were a few changes made to the kitchen system. The addition of the Beauxbatons and Durmstrang students demanded a greater variety of dishes to better suit foreign tastes. In addition, during the Yule Ball, dining was accomplished through guests selecting their meal choices through menus.
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You don’t need the Room of Requirement to show off your chopping and dicing skills. Place this cutting board, front and center, in your kitchen and show Draco Malfoy who’s boss. Amazon

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