Some handy links to things that may be useful:

The Oxford Symposium of Food and Cookery are offering some awards and grants. These are for education funding and reduced fees for the Symposium.

Meddling Medlars have a great analysis of two different medieval recipes for pear tarts – The tale of two tarts: Pear tarts three ways.

For reenactors that are called upon to cook for people with food allergies, The Jolly Duke Tavern has recommendations for how to accommodate food allergies and create a matrix to analyze your menu.

If you’re looking to up your cooking game, check out J. Kenji López-Alt author of “The Food Lab”. His explanations of the science of cooking are easy to understand and will give you the information that you need to improve your cooking.

Short list this week. I’m working on some new research into 14th century French cookery and had to dedicate my time to that. I’ll be sharing what I learn as soon as I have something interesting to say.

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