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|Caraway-cake and Ale by Lily Dragonquill||4 Review(s)|
|Desidera||Reviewed Chapter: 1 on 7/3/2005|
|*lol* Pippin drunk! now that is new! Ohh, I know that...(little brothers in puberty...) |
Good thing Eglatine doesn't know.
And I'd like to know how you make that cake *gg*
Author Reply: This was definitely not the last time Pippin was drunk in one of my stories :)
|Larner||Reviewed Chapter: 1 on 6/29/2005|
|Aha--was wondering when the caraway itself was to come into it. And Frodo dealing with homilies rather than information on what had been discussed is so like older relatives! Love it!|
Author Reply: Yes... homilies are cerainly the way how older relatives torture the younger :)
Thanks for reading!
BTW: The caraway has indeed to be on the top, so Frodo did not do too much wrong.
|Branwyn||Reviewed Chapter: 1 on 6/27/2005|
|A fun and charming tale, but now I am hungry. (Though I was a little confused at first by the ingredients--my own recipe for caraway-cake is a sweet teabread. It is also good with red wine!)|
Every time you post a chapter to "Schickelsjahre," I wish I could read German. :-)
Author Reply: Sweet? That sounds tasty as well. Mine is more like a quiche.
|ShireElf||Reviewed Chapter: 1 on 6/26/2005|
| This was such a cute story, Lily! And I loved Frodo's sterness with Pippin cutting the onions. I would too, actually. Pippin must've had a dreadful hangover the next morning as well. ^^ Keep it up! I love these stories of yours! (I'd say the same for the German stories, but I can't read German. Just English.)^^|
Author Reply: Thank you very much!
Looking after Pippin (even if he is in his tweens) certainly is no easy task and onions just look like the right punishment.