“Moelgen, or Medieval Egg Custard” http://lullula.blogspot.be/2013/04/moelgen-of-middeleeuwse-eiercustard.html This is in Dutch, but you should be able to get all of the information by piping it through Google Translate or similar translation programs. h/t Isis Sturtewagon
Tag Archives: food history
Gastronomy Books – Digitized Materials (Rare Book and Special Collections Division, Library of Congress). h/t Johnna Holloway from the SCA-Cooks mailing list.
I’ve written about this soup before because I’ve been modifying and trying different versions for a number of years. This afternoon I did a version for lunch that was easy and really delicious, so I wanted to share what I … Continue reading
During this Lent, we’ve been faced with a number of unique challenges, specifically that we were not only limited through our ration points, but through dietary restrictions. For those of you who missed my earlier entry, we have been doing … Continue reading
Why did the English people stop eating horses in the Middle Ages? Why did the English people stop eating horses in the Middle Ages?.
This is extremely cool. Solved: How King Richard's Heart Was Preserved – Yahoo! News.
One for the medievalists – A group of the Society for Creative Anachronism (SCA) located in San Francisco is putting on a no-apologies, no modifications, completely medieval meal. Perfectly Period Feast.
Each year, my family has been partaking in a Medieval Style Lent – no meat (chicken, pork, beef) and no dairy (butter/cheese) Monday through Saturday. On Sundays, you’re supposed to celebrate the sabbath, so there shall be meat and cheese … Continue reading
The Oslo Lunch was served to British Schoolchildren as an experiment during World War II to improve their health. It was cheap and took advantage of any vegetables that could have been grown in a small household garden. The makeup … Continue reading
Here are the figures from last week – We managed to overspend by 23 points for the week, which means that we’re down to 73 points for the month. This is entirely due to purchasing apples and leafy greens, which … Continue reading