The Bewilderment of the Sacrificial Second Princess ~ Married Into the Enemy Country as a Hostage Princess, but Was Strangely Welcomed With Open Arms~ – Chapter 31

The Bewilderment of the Sacrificial Second Princess ~ Married Into the Enemy Country as a Hostage Princess, but Was Strangely Welcomed With Open Arms~ – Chapter 31


Chapter 31

At the end of the day of rest, a proper dessert of pudding came after dinner.

It also has a smooth caramel sauce. I was told that the servants had the most trouble with this. Hearing that, I felt a little apologetic. Even though I know the recipe, I don’t know how to control the heat.

“Is this a dessert from Faithnum? It has a unique texture and is delicious.”

“Pudding is a dessert made from eggs, milk, and sugar. The disadvantage is that it doesn’t last long. By the way, it’s really cold. How did you do that?”

“Oh, Varathnam has always been a hot country. They use underground water to circulate around a metal box and preserve it. Do you want to see the kitchen next time?”

“Underground water! That’s why it’s well-chilled. I’m curious about the mechanism. Oh, I also want to say thank you in the kitchen. I want to visit when it doesn’t seem like a bother.”

In the Faithnum Empire, they store ice in an ice room all year round. Even though it’s in a cold cave like a underground or stalactite cave, it still melts quickly when put in a metal box in the summer.

This is a technology that only exists in hot countries. I’m glad that it wasn’t lost.

The empire creating a vassal state isn’t just a negative aspect. It also means being placed under protection and receiving a certain level of civilization.

But, just because a small country or another country’s civilization is inferior doesn’t mean anything. Even though it may look barbaric, there is a different culture there, and neither is superior or inferior.

I read about this in a book and felt deeply about it, but being able to feel it in everyday life makes me think that it was a good decision to come here.

“Let’s talk about the draft plan you gave me tomorrow. Today, I talked about it with Lord Balk in the afternoon, and some questions arose, so I’ll clarify those. You can summarize it, but I want to delegate it as a task to the civil servant, how about that?”

“Of course. It’s a new system in this country, so I would like to hear the opinions of the civil servant and the surrounding civil servants. In the end, we will check again, summarize to some extent, and then ask the civil servant to put it in writing.”

“Haha. Claire. Your title of ‘Woman of Living Knowledge’ is guaranteed once again. If that happens, you’ll become the first person in this country to make a book.”

“Yeah, that’s right. Medical books and others are coming from the Faithnum Empire, but this is the first time for a book from the Baratonia Kingdom, right?”

“Yeah, they were lost. As the person who introduced paper, you will become the first author of a book… And that book, which is about important systems in this country and can be read by those who can read and write, will be widely known.”

“..That’s wonderful. If it is allowed as the Crown Princess. I want to make more books.”

“Besides the ‘Sekisei Sakui Sho’?”

I liked the title of Prince Auglia’s ‘Sekisei Sakui Sho’ that came out easily.

It’s strange to call it a textbook, and it’s not a reference book either. It’s a book about the title. It would be better to print it and bind it with thread, and put a thick paper cover on it so that it can be carried and checked at all times and performed correctly.

“Yes. I like books… Reading is enjoyable, but coming up with a draft was also very fun. I want to make a book and have it widely read, and eventually, I also want to publish books as a form of entertainment. If learning becomes established as entertainment, then the literacy rate will also increase.”

“That’s great. It’s a grand story, but when you talk about it, it seems like it could be achieved in three days, which is amazing and scary at the same time…”

Prince Auglia is smiling wryly. I have the feeling that I had a little too much fun and can’t make excuses.

“Three days is impossible though… I am happy to have married into this country. I would be happy if I could do various things slowly.”

“So no more all-nighters, okay?”

He was given a stern warning.

As someone who has taken a day off to rest, I could only reply “yes” to those words.

At the end of the day of rest, a proper dessert of pudding came after dinner.

It also has a smooth caramel sauce. I was told that the servants had the most trouble with this. Hearing that, I felt a little apologetic. Even though I know the recipe, I don’t know how to control the heat.

“Is this a dessert from Faithnum? It has a unique texture and is delicious.”

“Pudding is a dessert made from eggs, milk, and sugar. The disadvantage is that it doesn’t last long. By the way, it’s really cold. How did you do that?”

“Oh, Varathnam has always been a hot country. They use underground water to circulate around a metal box and preserve it. Do you want to see the kitchen next time?”

“Underground water! That’s why it’s well-chilled. I’m curious about the mechanism. Oh, I also want to say thank you in the kitchen. I want to visit when it doesn’t seem like a bother.”

In the Faithnum Empire, they store ice in an ice room all year round. Even though it’s in a cold cave like a underground or stalactite cave, it still melts quickly when put in a metal box in the summer.

This is a technology that only exists in hot countries. I’m glad that it wasn’t lost.

The empire creating a vassal state isn’t just a negative aspect. It also means being placed under protection and receiving a certain level of civilization.

But, just because a small country or another country’s civilization is inferior doesn’t mean anything. Even though it may look barbaric, there is a different culture there, and neither is superior or inferior.

I read about this in a book and felt deeply about it, but being able to feel it in everyday life makes me think that it was a good decision to come here.

“Let’s talk about the draft plan you gave me tomorrow. Today, I talked about it with Lord Balk in the afternoon, and some questions arose, so I’ll clarify those. You can summarize it, but I want to delegate it as a task to the civil servant, how about that?”

“Of course. It’s a new system in this country, so I would like to hear the opinions of the civil servant and the surrounding civil servants. In the end, we will check again, summarize to some extent, and then ask the civil servant to put it in writing.”

“Haha. Claire. Your title of ‘Woman of Living Knowledge’ is guaranteed once again. If that happens, you’ll become the first person in this country to make a book.”

“Yeah, that’s right. Medical books and others are coming from the Faithnum Empire, but this is the first time for a book from the Baratonia Kingdom, right?”

“Yeah, they were lost. As the person who introduced paper, you will become the first author of a book… And that book, which is about important systems in this country and can be read by those who can read and write, will be widely known.”

“..That’s wonderful. If it is allowed as the Crown Princess. I want to make more books.”

“Besides the ‘Sekisei Sakui Sho’?”

I liked the title of Prince Auglia’s ‘Sekisei Sakui Sho’ that came out easily.

It’s strange to call it a textbook, and it’s not a reference book either. It’s a book about the title. It would be better to print it and bind it with thread, and put a thick paper cover on it so that it can be carried and checked at all times and performed correctly.

“Yes. I like books… Reading is enjoyable, but coming up with a draft was also very fun. I want to make a book and have it widely read, and eventually, I also want to publish books as a form of entertainment. If learning becomes established as entertainment, then the literacy rate will also increase.”

“That’s great. It’s a grand story, but when you talk about it, it seems like it could be achieved in three days, which is amazing and scary at the same time…”

Prince Auglia is smiling wryly. I have the feeling that I had a little too much fun and can’t make excuses.

“Three days is impossible though… I am happy to have married into this country. I would be happy if I could do various things slowly.”

“So no more all-nighters, okay?”

He was given a stern warning.

As someone who has taken a day off to rest, I could only reply “yes” to those words.


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