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I’m the editor for BettyCrocker.com, and I’m pulling together a feature on fun Hunger Games recipes from around the blogosphere. It’ll be featured on our homepage and Facebook page. I’d love to include your Mellark’s Bakery Goat Cheese and Apple Tarts recipe, with a direct link back to your site.
Would you give us permission to use the photo and do a link back?
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Can I use this Mockinjay Cupcakes photo as my Facebook profile picture?
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I love your site so much I’m twelve, and have read all the books. how did you like them? My mom made Hunger Games themed meals for the premiere using your site. We went to the midnight showing and there were people in costumes. everyone from Effie to Prim.
P.S.My friend said she would like for you to try making butter beer(Harry Potter).
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Hi! Love your site and your recipes. I have thought about posting recipes with book excerpts on my blog occasionally (romance stuff for now) and was wondering if you’ve had to get permission from the author and/or publisher to use the excerpts on your blog, or if you haven’t worried about that and not been hassled (or threatened with lawsuits). I had an unpleasant experience a few months back where I adapted a recipe from another source and blogged about it, and even though I credited the source (author and publisher) they threatened me with legal action because I didn’t link back to their website too (which is NOT where I got the recipe btw). I know you aren’t a lawyer…but since you’re doing what I would love to do, I wondered how you handle it. I appreciate your time and insights. Thanks!
Hmm, I’ve never had a problem with posting excerpts, but that’s pretty different from posting a recipe. That person that threatened you sounds a bit unreasonable if you gave credit!
Thanks! I think it as long as you give credit (be it recipe or excerpt) it’s all good. Yes…this guy was a major jerk about the whole thing!
I really want the Hunger Games cake for my b-day because I REALLY LOVE the Hunger Games. If I can’t get the cake then I want the Hunger Games cupcakes. How do I get them for my b-day?
hi my b-day is coming up and im having hunger games theme lazer tag!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! were do i get the three layer cake toppers or the full cake!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!
I found a recipe for Dandelion Foxfire 2 (anchor press/doubleday) page 90
do you deliver?
Hey Fictional Food!
I’m a big fan of the site, and you’re work, and wanted to shoot this new show we’re doing at MTV by you all. It’s a cooking show/recap show for each ep of Game of Thrones:
The first episode featured Natalie Dormer cooking Wine Poached Pears, and chatting the first ep of GoT Season 3. I don’t know if you’d be willing to throw link or an embed on the blog, but if so, I’d be flattered.
Producer, MTV Geek
Hi, I am in a women writers class at Central Oregon Community College, and I am doing a project on The Hunger Games and it correlation with food. I would like to use some of your pictures of recreated meals as part of my presentation. Hope it is ok and thank you!
I’m an author of historical fiction (Berkley Books), and my fourth novel “The Serpent and the Pearl: a novel of the Borgias” is being released in August, featuring a Renaissance chef cooking lots of great food. Being a foodie as well as a reader, I got interested in both George R.R. Martin and in food blogs at around the time I was writing this novel, and I soon stumbled across your blog with its Game of Thrones food hit list. (Not to mention the Hunger Games recipes–your lamb stew recipe was a big hit at my house!)
I usually do a blog tour and publicity tour whenever I have a book release, but this time around I was hoping to do something fun, outside the usual book-blog Q&A’s. Together with Theresa of the Outlander Kitchen and Island Vittles blogs and hopefully Chelsea from the Inn at the Crossroads blog, I’m looking to put together a virtual potluck: 4-5 food bloggers all cooking a different dish from The Serpent and the Pearl (and I’ll be cooking a dish , too!) I know you likely have many dishes backed up on the cooking schedule already, but could I interest you in joining us?
There are tons of food possibilities from “The Serpent and the Pearl”: an aphrodisiac banquet featuring a grilled sea bass in a champagne/truffle/salmon roe sauce, and an all-sweets buffet at a Renaissance wedding (tarts of thin-sliced pears and strawberries; blood orange slices layered in honeyed pastry stars, burnt-sugar crisps, rolled marzipan shapes, etc) – and that’s just for starters.
If this sounds interesting, I’d be happy to put you in touch with my publicist at Berkley Books for more details. I look forward to hearing from you—and thanks again for making fictional food so mouthwatering!
I want to know how much you’d charge me to make this cake for my child’s birthday; please contact me.
I just discovered your site, and I love it. I recently read these books, and they’re about a magical food bakery. “Bliss,” and its sequel, by Kathyrn Littlewood. I am not the author! I just really, really enjoyed these books. They always release around Valentine’s Day — I’m looking forward to the third in a few months! I’m sharing this with you because it sounds like something you’d like (it’s not as epic as Harry Potter or Game of Thrones, but it is a good read), and I’m hoping you’ll figure out some recipes so I can make them too!
Please keep up the creative cooking work!
Here’s a link to the books:
I’m Chris-Rachael Oseland of Kitchen Overlord. I have a weekly geek blogger interview series called the FBI Files (food blogger interviews).
I’d love to include you in an upcoming interview.
My library is planning its first Edible Book Festival and I’ve been searching for excellent examples of entries to show students. I saw your cake and got in touch with Teri Skillman at the University of Hawai’i who gave me permission to use an image of your Hunger Games cake on some of our flyers, She wanted me to let you know and I’d like to pass along my thanks to you.
I noticed you’d mention peeling pearl onions! If you ever have to incorporate them in a dish again, drop them in boiling water for 30 seconds, transfer them to ice water, and you can pinch their stem ends to shuck them in one easy go!
Ooh, thanks for the tip!