- Come Again Sweet Love…the Parental Version
- On SCA Patrons of Bardic Arts
- Ever Comes the Sun
- The Tale of Adolphus the Devourer
- The Love Story of Turi MacKinnon and His Marguerite
- River-bone Warrior – a Song for Talen
- Tourney Pilgrims
- þis feste is ine myn stomak – part the first
- Gorsedd Challenge
- I Fight for You
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Category Archives: Cookery
First, if you think you like cooking over a fire, you may think for a moment, that if a little is good, more is better, right? Which is why the night of Promethean Chicken was both better and worse than I hoped. First – fire cooking is awesome. A fat capon or rooster dripping and sizzling could warm the coldest … …more, please!
So we had driven for miles and miles and miles and at last had arrived at the Pennsic War. We were grocery shopping for the week’s supplies and there, before us, were these beautiful salmon fillets. Our house didn’t have a cooking fire pit dug yet, but I had a feeling where we might find one… Suspecting (correctly) that Pembridge … …more, please!
The War of the Roses in Concordia is a three-day event in beautiful upstate New York. We were hosted at the camp of Baron Master Angus Pembridge, at Pembridge Manor. One of the best parts of the camp was the large fire box Angus had built, raised and made of wood, with a bottom consisting of 300lbs of masonry sand. … …more, please!
Endewearde Hunt 2004 $60 for about 35-40 people 22lb turkey, cooked in the manner of a swan, stuffed with bread, grapes, apples and onions medieval salad (lettuce, herbs, oil-vin dressing) bag of whole walnuts (w. cracker) 6 loaves bread (various kinds from Godric) 5lb cheddar cheese cooler of sekanajbin (by Margaret) and water 3 dozen pickled eggs and some plain … …more, please!
This cordial was submitted to the InterKingdom Brewer’s Guild at Pennsic in 2010 where it received a score of 96. Chief among its criticisms were that the pear overwhelmed the blackberry, which was only a small, light note at the end. It was not a cloying thing, but quite light. The pear was hellish to clarify, and eventually I settled … …more, please!
This ypocras was made in 2009 and Lady Sylvia took it to the InterKingdom Brewer’s Guild where it was judged as a cordial, as I had not pitched the wine. It received a score of 94, which was an unexpected delight for my first entry to be judged! “It comforts the heart, cherishes the vital spirits, resists the pestilence, and … …more, please!
A Redaction and Tale of Cooking by Aneleda Falconbridge This light, sweet cooky bread is very similar to the recipe used for Springerle or Lebkuchen in taste – an anise and lemon flavor, mild and pleasant. It took several tries to get the cookies correct – the recipe being somewhat vague. The very first ones I made were flourless (hey, … …more, please!