From the fun rides to the magical attractions, the Harry Potter World at Universal Orlando may have drawn you to it for a number of reasons, but the food and drinks here are surely a big hit and literally the cherry on top. From filling, savoury meals to delicious sweet treats, you’ll find tons here to give your taste buds a nice ride.
Visiting Warner Bros. Studio Tour London, I always make a beeline to the Weasley’s kitchen. There is something about it that is so homely, welcoming and chaotic all at the same time. During the Hogwarts in the Snow exhibition, the kitchen is transformed ready for Christmas dinner with the Weasleys.
Dumbledore would be horrified to know that I was letting you in on some of the nastiest Dark Arts spells, but how can you defend yourself against them if you don’t know what they are? More to the point, how will you ever be prepared to face the Death Eaters at the Dark Arts exhibit? So, wands at the ready!
Hands up who would love to have Christmas Dinner with the Weasley’s? I know I would. Just look at that table, it just screams warm, family Christmas.
November marks birthday month for Roo, Tigger and Piglet – poor planning on our behalf. But coming from a family…
Each of us has our own favourite harry potter film. For Roo, it is The Goblet of Fire. From the Yule Ball, the Tri-Wizard championship and of course, Cedric Diggory.
Poor Piglet didn’t have a great start to the week succumbing to one of the winter bugs. It’s so hard to see any of the children poorly especially when vomiting is involved (I just can’t deal with vomit). Thankfully with lots of mummy cuddles and the assistance of Frozen she is back to her usual self.
The start of the festive season won’t be complete without a trip to Warner Bros. Studio Tour London for Hogwarts in the Snow. Each year sees a slightly different twist on the magnificent collection, with the Yule Ball taking centre stage this year.