Author Archives: Jennifer Strobel

The Feast at Agincourt

The Agincourt feast this year is based on the Canterbury Tales. I have taken a few liberties with the menu to ensure proper balance and variety of dishes. We will be doing a few things differently this time around and … Continue reading

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Coffee is a business

Peet’s Coffee just bought majority share in Intelligentsia coffee and acquired Stumptown Coffee earlier this year. So, the bitching has begun about “selling out” and how Peet’s is “just in it for the money”. Yes, they are, because every business … Continue reading

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Aethelmearc’s Perfectly Period Feast

Everyone has experienced it, that moment at an event where the modern world just melts away and you are completely surrounded by and enfolded in another time and place. Creating an environment where it’s easier for this to happen is … Continue reading

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84 English Heritage archaeology monographs free to download

From the Past Horizons Website: English Heritage (EH) and the Archaeology Data Service (ADS) have made available 84 EH Monographs covering a wide range of subjects, periods and specialisms. EH has a long tradition of producing highly illustrated archaeological monographs … Continue reading

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