• Security Post-Christmas holidays password, after the Fat Lady and her friend Violet drank all the wine in a picture of a group of drunk monks in the Charms corridor (HBP17)… Read More
• Food and drinks Candy responsible for the allergic reaction that killed Minister for Magic Wilhelmina Tuft in 1959 (Pm: Ministers for Magic). Read More
• Character Ambrosius Flume and his wife owned Honeydukes in Hogsmeade (PA10). He was one of Slughorn’s favorites while at Hogwarts (HBP4). Read More
• Character Archibald Alderton was famous for blowing up the hamlet of Little Dropping in Hampshire while attempting to magically mix a birthday cake (FW). Read More
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• Food and drinks Bacon wrapped steak was served at the first Welcome Feast when Harry started his first year. He was completely floored at the amount of food, and that it was all things he liked (PS7). Read More
• Food and drinks The aroma of baking pumpkin permeated the air at Hogwarts on Halloween (PS10). Read More
• Event FIrst Ludo then Crouch come by the campfire at the Weasley’s campsite and talk about the pressures and problems of putting on the World Cup event. Bagman is offering odds on the upcoming match. Arthur and the twins place wagers. Percy tries to sound important, but Mr Crouch calls him by… Read More
• Food and drinks One of Hagrid’s more dubious concoctions. Allegedly beef casserole, but contained a “large talon” (GF16). Read More
• Character While experimenting with ways to create tasty candies from food, Bott accidentally included a pair of dirty socks in one of his trials, and created the first of the many surprises found in Bertie Bott’s Every Flavor Beans (FW). Read More
• Food and drinks One of the most famous sweets in the wizarding world is Bertie Bott’s Every Flavor Beans. These beans are essentially the same as Muggle jelly beans, but with flavors that Muggles would never expect. Read More
• Food and drinks A sausage-shaped dish made with blood and suet (animal fat) enclosed in a wrapper made from floury batter (NSOED). Read More
• Food and drinks Sold in the “Unusual Tastes” section at Honeydukes in Hogsmeade, apparently for vampires (PA10). Found near the Cockroach Clusters. Read More
• Food and drinks • Hogwarts A traditional french fish stew, served when Beauxbatons visit Hogwarts for the Triwizard Tournament. (GF)… Read More
• Food and drinks The first meal of the day, eaten in the morning. Read More
• Character Brother Boniface was a Franciscan monk in medieval Worcestershire who made turnip wine (FB). Read More
• Food and drinks • Wizarding culture Butterbeer is a very popular drink in the Wizarding world. It is served both hot and cold, on draft in pubs like the Three Broomsticks and bottled as well. Read More
• Games, toys, and jokes Have the appearance and taste of ordinary custard creams, but transfigure the eater into a huge canary. The effect is short-lived, however, since the person moults a few moments later and becomes his or her normal self. Price: 7 Sickles  (GF21)… Read More
• Food and drinks Sweets and confections are popular with wizards and Muggles alike – especially young people (though Albus Dumbledore is one exception). Read More
• Food and drinks Sold on the Hogwarts Express trolley (PS6, GF11, OP38). Bathilda Bagshot also baked some for the Dumbledore family once, but Kendra Dumbledore slammed the door in her face (DH11). Read More
• Food and drinks Fried potatoes – the British version of french fries. Read More