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|Home Cooking Hobbit-Style by Budgielover||13 Review(s)|
|Eléon||Reviewed Chapter: 1 on 11/27/2007|
|Oh, how I do love how you write the Hobbits!!! They feel so real!!! I love 'em!!! Poor Merry! Poor Pippin! Poor Sam! Poor.........Aragon!! |
p.s. Hobbits rule the world!
|Isha||Reviewed Chapter: 1 on 10/2/2006|
|Hee. Poor Aragorn. |
And now I'm sitting here giggling at the idea of batter covering Rivendell's kitchens... *G*
|Queen Galadriel||Reviewed Chapter: 1 on 11/11/2005|
|Oh my goodness gracious, whatever will they do next? Poor Frodo and Sam, always dragged into the mischief somehow, but at least they don't get punished. This really gave me a laugh, and now I must just go and find out about this most suspicious "brew" incident. Oh no... God bless,|
|Pearl Took||Reviewed Chapter: 1 on 2/15/2004|
|This was so precious! Heartwarming! And my favorite - Wonderful! Thank you for laughs and smiles and near teary moments.|
|Hai||Reviewed Chapter: 1 on 2/13/2004|
|lol! Merry, Pippin and Sam tried so hard to make a good meal for Frodo and ended up in a terrible mess, it was so wonderful! I liked at the end with Aragorn getting some of the blame about it all as he suggested it in the first place! Poor, Aragorn, I guess if he can handle four hobbits he will be able to handle anything when he is King! Thank you!|
|Tangelian Proudfoot||Reviewed Chapter: 1 on 2/12/2004|
|ROTFL!!! This was PRICELESS!!!|
“Will my home survive until the Ring-bearer is recovered and the Fellowship ready to depart, I wonder?”
LOL, he's not the only one to wonder about that, I'm sure! ;-)
Thank you SO much for the laugh!
|Grey Wonderer||Reviewed Chapter: 1 on 2/12/2004|
|I read this when it was on the challenge site. I loved it there and I love it again here! It is so funny and so very endearing. Wonderful story.|
|grumpy||Reviewed Chapter: 1 on 2/11/2004|
|love it, amazing how much trouble hobbits can get into arround food. And Elrond, whose house keeps taking a beating, has passed the ball over to the poor ranger, Got to watch those elf lord's they have very strange senses of humor. looking forward to more|
|Lindelea||Reviewed Chapter: 1 on 2/11/2004|
|Very, very nice! I chuckled aloud a few times and got asked what I was reading.|
“Not that they destroy the kitchens,” the Ranger backpedaled hurriedly. “Just an idea to get Frodo to eat. That hobbit is the most stubborn –“
You have a wonderful sense of timing.
Might I suggest the insertion of a comma in the following, after "eats"? Otherwise, well, one could take the wrong meaning.
“I rescinded my order for the halflings to ensure Master Baggins eats my son, but as the hobbit is still reluctant, the problem remains. Therefore, you are charged with encouraging his appetite.”
Having Aragorn address his boots was a wonderful touch! How *is* he going to manage four of them, on that long journey to the South?
It wasn’t until the Elf-lord and the wizard had left that Aragorn looked up his intense study of the tips of his boots. “I don’t think so,” he told his boots. “I truly don’t. And how shall I ever manage four of them?” Receiving no enlightenment from his footwear, the Ranger took himself off to pacify the head cook.
Thanks for a lovely tea break!
|PIppinfan1988||Reviewed Chapter: 1 on 2/11/2004|
|I really enjoyed this story! Poor little fellows; I love hobbit mischief.|