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Things to know. Tolkien began a complete rewrite of The Hobbit in which he sought to refashion the story in the same "epic" mode as The Lord of the Rings.
As part of this refashioning, Tolkien added elements that would tie the landscape of Eriador seen by Bilbo to that seen by Frodo.
The stopping-place in Bree was specifically mentioned: "There [Bree] they spent their last comfortable night for many a day to come, in the great inn of Bree, the Prancing Pony, well-known to the hobbits of the east side of the Shire.
According to research conducted by a branch of the Tolkien Society , the Bell Inn in Moreton-in-Marsh was a source of inspiration when Tolkien created the Prancing Pony, since the former also has three storeys and an "entrance via a courtyard, and Moreton's similarities to the town of Bree".
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Happy birthday, Mom! So I had to use the carton of strawberries before they went bad, and what better occasion! So I started out with chopping the strawberries into fairly big cubes.
Then, I mixed them into my pancake batter. I tried a pancake, but the pieces were wayyyyyyy to big. So, I took out the immersion blender I call it the stick blender and stuck the blade into the measuring cup my batter was in, and whizzzed it on.
I only pulsed it very briefly, because I still wanted the strawberry texture, not just the pink blush color. I served it on the birthday plate with maple syrup and slivered, fanned-out strawberries.
You probably know I make fruit tarts. It was adorable. On Friday, I made a tart for a neighbor, so I had extra dough. I was supposed to make us a tart with the remaining dough on Saturday….
Remembering the small tart pans in my box, I decided to try it out. So I made five, and rolled out the rest of the dough into a giant sheet and baked it.
Okay, that was a bad pun. So I filled two tall ramekins with pastry cream and a strawberry, sliced and fanned out, and one smaller ramekin with pastry cream and two fanned-out strawberries.
And then I took the cookies that I had broken up from that giant sheet and stuck pieces of it into all the ramekins.
Although all of the types were probably delicious, I think the scalloped-tartlet pans were adorable. By the time of The Lord of the Rings , Bree was the westernmost settlement of men in Middle-earth, and there was no other settlement of men within a hundred leagues of the Shire.
Directly west of Bree were the Barrow-downs and the Old Forest. Bree was the chief village of Bree-land, the only place in Middle-earth where men and hobbits dwelt side by side.
The hobbit community was older than that of the Shire, which was originally colonized from Bree. There were four villages in Bree-land:. The Prancing Pony was an inn in Bree.
It served locals, and was familiar to travellers, as one of Eriador 's major cross-roads was just outside the village: the meeting of the Great East Road and the Greenway.
The inn was in the centre of the village at the base of the Bree-hill, at the spot where the East Road made a bend. The building is described in The Lord of the Rings :.
It had a front on the Road, and two wings running back on land partly cut out of the lower slopes of the hill, so that at the rear the second-floor windows were level with the ground.
There was a wide arch leading to a courtyard between the two wings, and on the left under the arch there was a large doorway reached by a few broad steps.
Above the arch there was a lamp, and beneath it swung a large signboard : a fat white pony reared up on its hind legs.
Inside was a large common room , several private parlours, and a number of bedrooms, including a few rooms in the north wing designed for Hobbits , that were low to the ground and had round windows.
The inn also had stables. Bucklanders from the Shire occasionally travelled to the inn. The art of smoking pipe-weed was said to have begun in Bree, and from The Prancing Pony it spread among the races of Middle-earth.