Samantha's Bakery

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    Re: Samantha's Bakery

    Post by Guest on Sat 14 Aug 2010, 02:25

    Samantha bid the Ravenclaw farewell and watched the girl dash from the kitchen. She turned towards the oven, the newts would have been done by now.

    Sure enough, they were. Asking the room for a few tins, she quickly took the hot trays out and removed the mitts to divide the treats into tins.

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    Re: Samantha's Bakery

    Post by Guest on Mon 16 Aug 2010, 00:49

    After washing his hands, Indiana watched as Samantha took the trays and divided the newts. It didn't look like she needed anything else.

    "Well, unless if there's anything else that needs to be done, I'll see you later then, Samantha." Indiana spoke as he made his way to the door. "Until then, take care!"

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    Post by Guest on Mon 16 Aug 2010, 00:55

    "Thank you for all your help, it was nice working with you," the girl replied as she watched the Hufflepuff exit the bakery. She herself would be leaving shortly once the tins were ready and sent off.

    Reaching for one that had already been sealed, she offered it to him. "Here, take this one," she said. "You can try them later and see how they turned out."

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    Post by Guest on Mon 16 Aug 2010, 01:06

    Indiana halted amid hearing Samantha speak and turned to see her offer him a sealed tin. He smiled and accepted the sealed container. "Thanks, Samantha. It was nice working with you too. Until then, take care!"

    With the sealed receptacle containing some freshly baked newts in his possession, Indiana departed from the bakery. It'll be the first time he ever tried ginger newts.

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    Post by Guest on Sat 21 Aug 2010, 01:01

    Having finished her work, the girl looked around the bakery for what could be the last time. A year at Hogwarts had gone by and this time next week, she'd be on a train back home to her aunt, to the kitchen that was vastly different from this one, where no one ever complimented her cooking where...

    Shaking her head, the witch tried not to think of what was to come. She looked around the spacious room once again, committing every detail to memory. She knew she would be back soon enough but would the room still be there? She desperately hoped so.

    Clutching the bag full of tins, she exited the room, trying to keep the tears at bay.

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    Re: Samantha's Bakery

    Post by Guest on Wed 25 Aug 2010, 19:56

    The kitchen was closed or at least that is what the house elves told him in a very no-nonsense manner. However, the floors were being cleaned and the pantry was being counted and whilst one of two of the elves offered to resort everything to find what he wanted it all became too complicated in the end. What was a professor to do? All he wanted was a glass of milk and perhaps a ginger snap, just a little something special to settle his nerves after a long day teaching.

    Luckily, being a Professor meant he did have a resourceful streak to his nature and somehow he’d managed to drag the long lost memory of the Room of Requirement from his childhood to the forefront of his mind. A hop, skip and a jump later Ellis was strolling down the hall – one hand in his cardigan pocket hoping to somehow be able to conjure a bakery or a café in there which would suit his needs.

    As he approached the door he noticed, Samantha Quill leaving and his paced slowed, a friendly smile coming to his lips. “I am glad to see the students are still using the room. If I had stumbled upon anyone other then you though, Ms. Quill I may have thought it was for some mischievous ends. What brings you out here, I wonder?” His smile widened and he raised his brows in question.

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    Post by Guest on Wed 25 Aug 2010, 20:09

    "P-P-Professor Ellis," the girl turned around in shock, her earlier grief forgotten. Her first thought was that she was out of bounds and it late at night, her second one was that he wasn't going to give her a lecture. His slight smile put the witch at ease.

    "I'm just closing up my bakery, Sir," the replied shyly. She peeked at the teachers expression from under her dark bangs, hoping he wouldn't find the idea of her in a bakery too laughable. "You know, what with it being end of term... I'm not sure if it will be around next year..." she trailed off.

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    Post by Guest on Thu 26 Aug 2010, 17:30

    “A bakery?” Ellis rocked back on his heels, his bottom lip protruding slightly as he considered his good timing, “What a stroke of luck. I was just hoping to come across something of that very nature.”

    He raised his eyebrows as he glanced around and down the hall, carefully checking no one was about to listen. “As a professor Ms. Quill I really should scold you for being around here so close to curfew but I tell you what. I will exchange you the lecture for a glass of milk and a ginger snap. How does that sound to you?”

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    Post by Guest on Thu 26 Aug 2010, 17:42

    Mary slowly walked up to where she knew was Room of Requirement. She couldn't sleep due to her worrying how she'll do at the finals and she was much too tired to study now so she thought of getting a glass of milk at Sam's. She knew her friend would be here because she wasn't in their dorm or common room, library was closed and she doubted Sam'll be in a classroom at night.
    The girl stopped immediatly as she heard voices. Then, she realized it was prof Ellis and she grinned. As a teacher, he should probably punish Sam, but from what Mary heard, he wanted some milk as well.
    She walked around the corner and saw Sam was just leaving the bakery, but prof stopped her, obviously.
    "Hi. Sam, would you happen to have a glass of milk or something? I couldn't sleep..." Mary said quietly. She didn't know whether prof would punish her or not, but she needed milk desperatly.

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    Post by Guest on Thu 26 Aug 2010, 23:17

    The witch blushed at the Professor's proposition. "I have some milk yes, but I'm out of ginger snaps, I'm afraid," she said, her head lowered. Taking a stab at being courageous, she quickly added "I do have some leftover cheesecake though."

    As soon as the words were out of her mouth, a deeper pink stained her cheek. Salazar, please don't let him notice, she prayed in vain.

    Just than, another voice halted her thoughts.

    "Mary? You want some milk too?"

    The girl pushed open the door of the bakery she had just closed. "Come in, Mary, Sir."

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    Post by Guest on Thu 26 Aug 2010, 23:23

    Jasmeet was walking along the corridors, near the Room of Requirement. She had been studying all afternoon for the exams, and had needed some fresh air. She wasn't sure where her feet were leading her, but she found herself standing in front of Samantha's bakery.

    She knocked on the door, "Are you in here Sam?"

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    Re: Samantha's Bakery

    Post by Guest on Fri 27 Aug 2010, 02:34

    Tristyn had been patrolling the corridors for some time now. He really hated this part of teaching. Why should he be asked to give up his sleeping time to see if any students were out of bed? Unfortunately, that was the price one had to pay if one wanted to continue teaching at Hogwarts.

    Just as he had decided no wayward students were around and had started thinking of his comfortable bed, he stopped. Blast, I thought to soon!

    "Ms. Kaur, can't seem to stop wondering where you shouldn't be can you..." he sneered.

    He really should put her in detention and take at least fifty points from Gryffindor. But that would require too much work on his part.

    "Tell you what, if you run off to Gryffindor Tower right now, I won't put you in detention. It's a sporting chance, one you don't deserve but I'm in a charitable mood tonight."

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    Re: Samantha's Bakery

    Post by Guest on Fri 27 Aug 2010, 20:56

    Mary followed prof Ellis and Sam in the bakery and closed the door behind her.
    "Thanks Sam." she told her friend as she passed her a cup of milk. The girl took a sip and looked around. It was wonderful what Sam's done with that place. It looked so comfortable and cosy.
    There was a knock and a girls voice. Then, Mary heard professor Malfoy and instantly got scared. If he knew Sam and her were in here, he'd take at least 100 points off Slytherin and they really couldn't afford that. Then, she remembeed they were in her with anoher professor and that maybe, prof Malfoy can't just come in here. Calmed, Mary took another sip of her milk.

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    Re: Samantha's Bakery

    Post by Guest on Fri 27 Aug 2010, 22:36

    The bakery door had been shut barely a moment when Samantha's heard Jasmeet's voice. She was about to open the door - albeit puzzled - when a second voice sounded, freezing the girl in her tracks.

    "Tell you what, if you run off to Gryffindor Tower right now, I won't put you in detention. It's a sporting chance, one you don't deserve but I'm in a charitable mood tonight."

    At least he wasn't going to give her too much troble, she thought relieved.

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    Re: Samantha's Bakery

    Post by Guest on Sun 29 Aug 2010, 18:12

    Zacharias sighed inwardly to himself; of course another student would stumble across him now just when he offered Ms. Quill a free pass for being out of bounds in exchange for a glass of milk of all things. He could hardly chastise Ms. McNeely now for being out so late. He entered the room, conflicted between his professional obligations and the desire to simply take a moment of off duty time.

    He was observing the room completely oblivious to the going-ons just on the other side of the door between Mr. Kaur and Professor Malfoy. He turned to the two Slytherin students and nodded his head, “I think now that our cravings are satisfied I should escort you both back to your dorms. I am sure you have been studying hard and its important you get your rest as well.”

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    Re: Samantha's Bakery

    Post by Guest on Sun 29 Aug 2010, 18:48

    Mary nodded slowly. Drowsiness overcame her few minutes after she drank the milk. She knew it would, when she was little, all her mother had to do to make her go to sleep is give her some milk.
    All she wanted to do now was sleep and not think about exams. Listening if professor Malfoy was still out there, Mary stood up from her chair. She didn't hear anything, so she assumed he went away.

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    Re: Samantha's Bakery

    Post by Guest on Mon 30 Aug 2010, 00:21

    "Yes sir," the Slytherin replied quietly as she collected the glasses of milk and washed them in the sink. What had she expected anyway? This was bound to happen.

    Finishing up the washing and placing the jar of biscuits back into the shelves, she took a last look at her bakery. Nodding to Mary, she made her way to the door. "Shall we, Professor?"

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    Re: Samantha's Bakery

    Post by Guest on Mon 30 Aug 2010, 11:25

    “Yes, I think we must Ms. Quill.” His voice held an air of authority which was expected from his profession however when he observed that Ms. McNeely was already near the door his eyes sparkled faintly with mischief and he rested his hand on the girls shoulder and leant down to whisper in a voice only she’d hear, “Perhaps you can sneak a piece of that cheese cake to me another time?”

    He winked as he stood up and started towards the door himself, speaking with a hint of playful laughter in his voice. “Oh dear, what would Malfoy say though if he caught me leaving with a pair of dreadful students who dared to stay out so late. No, it cannot stand whatever will we do with you?”

    He mused as he leant on the doorframe and then suddenly his features bloomed into a smile as he dipped into his robes and brought out two chocolate frogs and offered it to the girls. His lips pursed as he tried to hold back another grin, “Yes, well, my duty is to punish you for breaking the rules. You two have detention. You will eat these frogs and have a good nights sleep and let that be a lesson to you both.”

    He opened the door and ushered them both outside, even Professors had to be devils sometimes too.

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    Re: Samantha's Bakery

    Post by Guest on Mon 30 Aug 2010, 21:40

    Samantha's forlorn expression turned into one of sheer amazement as the Professor whispered into her ear. Nodding her head, the witch blushed deeply.

    Feeling a lot happier than she had moments ago at saying goodbye to her bakery, the girl followed Mary and Professor Ellis out. The future suddenly looked a lot brighter.

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