Author Archives: Jennifer Strobel

ABCDEFGH I got a gal in Kalamazoo..

This last weekend was the “International Congress of Medieval Studies” at the University of Michigan in Kalamazoo, MI, most commonly just called “Kalamazoo”. Every medievalist that wants to be taken seriously in the academic world needs to attend/present there. If … Continue reading

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Hutspot – A quick recipe translation

This week, I am hosting some friends and wanted to put something together that was filling and medieval. It’s a quick translation/interpretation of a traditional Netherlandish dish, Hutspot. The article is at: https://www.patreon.com/posts/10006928. Please consider supporting me in what I … Continue reading

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Back Pocket Feasts – A New Project

So, many years ago, I was placed in a situation where I and another cook had to come up with a shopping list and most of a menu three days before an event in an unfamiliar place with no idea … Continue reading

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From Meddling Medlars – Stuffed Turnips or How to make a pudding in a turnep root

I was talking about turnips with @glen_malley (as one does) and after the “turnips are not Rutabaga” comments decided to blog about it because I like clearing up confusion. Over at Wiki… Source: Stuffed Turnips or How to make a pudding … Continue reading

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