I have seen “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 2,” and I am satisified. I got to the theater last night at 10 pm to save seats for my family for the 12:01 showing. Sitting among a group of young adults dressed like Hogwarts students and professors, I eavesdropped on their conversations about growing up with Harry Potter. It seems Harry Potter has been a major influence in their lives. They’ve grown up with him.
- The Family Kitchen has a Trio of Easy Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows Part 2 Party Foods that young children can make.
- The girls where I saw the movie weren’t the only ones in mourning. Time has a well-written piece about those standing in line in New York City waiting to see the film. One 19-year-old boys feels as if by seeing the film, he has “signed a waiver on the end of my childhood.”
- Yahoo’s Shine has 10 Harry Potter Recipes for you to cook up. Cauldron Cakes, anyone?
- Yesterday, I brought you a recipe for Butterbeer. How about trying butterbeer cupcakes from Confessions of a Cookbook Queen?
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