Whether you're taking a step back to your favourite childhood book, or sharing it with your own daughter, make this easy recipe of Marilla's raspberry cordial to go with your next reading of Anne of Green Gables. http://foodinliterature.com/food-in-literature/2016/05/marillas-raspberry-cordial-anne-green-gables.html

Marilla's raspberry cordial | Anne of Green Gables

This raspberry cordial recipe is straight from our favourite childhood book, Anne of Green Gables.



Anne of Green Gables is coming

Anne of Green Gables is coming

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Anne of Greengables paperdolls* 1500 free paper dolls at Arielle Gabriel's The International Paper Doll Society and also free China and Japan paper dolls at The China Adventures of Arielle Gabriel *

To a generation of fans, the Canadian-born actor was dreamy boy-next-door Gilbert Blythe. But he was, of course, so much more as well. Here, his Anne of Green Gables costar Megan Follows shares her memories of Crombie, who died on April 15 at the age of 48.

Jonathan Crombie remembered by 'Anne of Green Gables' costar Megan Follows

Canadian actor Jonathan Crombie, best known for playing Gilbert Blythe in the "Anne of Green Gables" TV movies, died this week at age

ANNE: Thank you, for giving up the school for me, Gilbert. It’s very good of you and I want you to know that I appreciate it.  GILBERT: I figure you can give me help with my work, and I’ll call it a fair exchange.  ANNE: Aren’t you worried? I’m liable to break another slate over your head.  GILBERT: I’m more worried I might break one over yours, Carrots.

Anne of Green Gables! Awesome book is better than the movie:)! Anne and Gilbert! My favorite scene:)

Canada’s Prince Edward Island, or PEI as the locals call it, is known for lobsters, potatoes, beaches and the famous book, Anne of Green Gables. We only had 1 day to explore this province by car, so come along for the ride and find out what we discovered.

Prince Edward Island Road Trip: More Than Just Anne Of Green Gables

Canada’s Prince Edward Island is known for lobsters, potatoes, beaches and the famous book, Anne of Green Gables.