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Recipe Wednesday: Medieval Food Porn

One of the skills I’ve been trying to practice has been photographing food.  So since I’ll be at the SCA’s Known World Cooks and Bards event this weekend, and since a good friend of mine is cooking the feast, I … Continue reading

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Recipe Wednesday: Currying Favor

I had a deprived childhood.  I grew up without curry. My dad was never fond of curry to start with, and the fact that he spent several months in Pakistan at one point didn’t help at all.  So Mom never … Continue reading

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Recipe Wednesday: More Tea Pictures

Hi, everyone! I’ve got a few more photos from our recent tea party at AnomalyCon.  Sadly, we don’t seem to have gotten a picture of everything, but we got as much as we could before the locusts descended…er, I mean, … Continue reading

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Recipe Wednesday: Pictures From An Exhibition…er, Tea Party

As promised last week, I have a few quick photos from last weekend’s steampunk tea party at AnomalyCon.  Note that Beloved Husband took many more (and probably better) pictures, but I grabbed a few as well.  I’ve been wanting to … Continue reading

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Recipe Wednesday: My Favorite Tea Sandwiches

This weekend, some friends and I are planning a potluck tea/picnic with friends while we all attend a local steampunk convention.  Like most convention venues, dining options are limited, so we decided to bring our own. I’ll post pictures and … Continue reading

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Recipe Wednesday: Meatballs From History (Part 3 of 3)

For our third excursion into “Meatballs From History,” I present a dish called “Golden Apples”. Medieval and Renaissance-era cookery texts contain numerous examples of “illusion foods” — foods that are disguised as other foods, or even non-food objects.  One of … Continue reading

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Recipe Wednesday: Meatballs From History (Part 2 of 3)

My next entry in my “Historical Meatballs” collection is embarrassing, in a couple of ways. The first is because I’ve been making these yummy meatballs for at least ten years now, and for almost all of that time, I’ve been … Continue reading

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