Another one of our popular recipes, this cheese and onion pie is an excellent vegetarian (as long as they eat eggs) addition to our menus. Also, by cooking it in a pie dish without pastry, it becomes gluten free. So efficiencies all around for cooking.
Fingerloop braiding was used in the late medieval period to produce lacing, hose ties, purse strings, seal tags and similar items. It’s also easy to learn, faintly addictive, and adds to your re-enactor cred.
Fish is delish, and it’s totally period. Salt it, smoke it, fry it, poach it, bake it, make it into a mix for invalids, put it in a coffin (pie).
5 simple knots that are very helpful for medieval camping
You’ve probably attended a couple of feasts by now and you’re saying to yourself, “This looks awesome, I really want to run one.” before you commit yourself, I have some advice for you…
So for this last event (Rowany Festival 2017), I entered a contest about making food from scratch. While one of the things I attempted to make (Lamb pate from Menagier de Paris) was an out and out failure, (“It’s not awful, just not edible”) my attempt to make Mustard from the same source turned out rather well.