Agincourt 2017 – From the Lunch Cook

Good afternoon from this year’s lunch cook. Here is the English menu. I am very excited to be working on this and can’t wait to get the details on the what I hear is going to be a rockin French feast.

I have started all of the documentation for these recipes in order for them to tested and tried. I have several people that have asked or I have asked to take on one of the items so that everyone can get familiar the feast preparation process. If you are interested in maybe taking on a recipe reach out and let me know.

I have several people that are making parts of the items such as pickles and smoked olives – growing fava beans – making a cheese – churning butter. If you have something you are working on or would like to try on a smaller scale – let me know.

We will need set up – refilling – and clean up helping hands as well. If you know of a youth that would like to get involved – let me know. There are many ways to let them get involved in the kitchen.

If you have questions or need to reach me you can comment here – send me a PM through Facebook (comment that you did so that I know to check there) or email me at ladyzianna at gmail dot com.

Zianna

Caboches in Potage
Vegetable Soup – root vegs added
***Most will be home grown

Assorted Breads – GF option

Waffers
Cheese wafers

Assorted Cut Vegetables

Cheeses Pickles and Olives

Potage Fene Boiles
Fave Bean Pudding

Chyches
Hummus

A Siryppe por un Pestell
Roasted Pork with sauce and eggs

Chickens Endoyed
Buttered Chicken

Makerouns
Cheesy Pasta

Tart in Yumber Day
Cheese Tart

Char de Crabb
Apple pie

Scones

Heraldic night at BMDL’s A&S night!

Greetings from your Comet Pursuivant! Perhaps you missed last night’s Online Heraldic Office Hours because you were busy. Perhaps you were tired. And here you are, still with interesting questions or curiosities about heraldry. What to do?
Well, you’re in luck! Because this Thursday, May 25, starting at 7pm at Victory Pointe in the South Side (1113 E Carson St, Pittsburgh, PA 15203), there will be a heraldic consult and class featured at the BMDL’s A&S night, organized by THL Elss Augsburg! Come down and speak up close, in person, with not just one herald, but at least three of the BMDL’s most skilled and abled heralds! Get help with your name, device, and/or badge! Find out how to help with announcements, heralding at court, and even how to become a herald!
I hope you will join us Thursday! It’s going to be a great time!

Online Heraldic Office Hours tonight!

Good morning Debatable Lands!

I will be holding my online heraldic office hours tonight from 7pm – 9pm. Follow the link below to connect to a Google Hangout to discuss or ask questions about period devices, badges, names, or getting to talk REEEEEEAL loud at various times during events. Other heralds are welcome and encouraged to join in to aid in people’s questions!

Here is the link: https://plus.google.com/events/c8js5tueic0g97cr9aa440nciec?authkey=CO-n-MOlz5CZXQ

I hope you will join me!

Kieran MacRae

First Friday – TONIGHT!

This Friday, 5 May 2017 will be First Friday at Keiran and Odriana’s home in Hamption Township. There won’t be fighting as Keiran needs to work that evening, however, Odriana will be hosting.

What is First Friday? I’m glad that you asked. It’s an opportunity to socialize, for the most part. We have a loose framework of hanging out and enjoying/talking about Medieval food. You don’t like to cook, but you like food? Come and eat.

So, bring a medieval dish to share, print out or write up your recipe and tell us a little bit about what you find interesting about the dish, or what you enjoy about the dish. Tell us a little bit about your experience making it and we’ll eat and hang out.

If you’re unfamiliar with medieval cooking and need some direction, here are a couple of useful links for beginner recipes that you can try:

Godecookery – “A Boke of Good Cookery”
http://www.godecookery.com/goderec/goderec.htm

​Medievalcookery – “Medieval Recipes”
http://medievalcookery.com/recipes/

As it is looking like the weather is going to be rainy, no fire circle will be happening tonight.

If you have any questions, please contact Odriana at jenn.strobel(at)gmail(dot)com.

Odriana

Fencing Practice at Muster

Greetings,

This week we will not be having fencing practice at Washington Blvd. Instead go to King’s Crossing’s muster from 12 to 4 at South Strabane Community Park, Floral Hill Drive, Washington, PA.

We will resume practice at Washington Blvd next week.

Jorundr

First Friday – TOMORROW

This Friday, 5 May 2017 will be First Friday at Keiran and Odriana’s. There won’t be fighting as Keiran needs to work that evening, however, Odriana will be hosting.

What is First Friday? I’m glad that you asked. It’s an opportunity to socialize, for the most part. We have a loose framework of hanging out and enjoying/talking about Medieval food. You don’t like to cook, but you like food? Come and eat.

So, bring a medieval dish to share, print out or write up your recipe and tell us a little bit about what you find interesting about the dish, or what you enjoy about the dish. Tell us a little bit about your experience making it and we’ll eat and hang out.

If you’re unfamiliar with medieval cooking and need some direction, here are a couple of useful links for beginner recipes that you can try:

Godecookery – “A Boke of Good Cookery”
http://www.godecookery.com/goderec/goderec.htm

​Medievalcookery – “Medieval Recipes”
http://medievalcookery.com/recipes/

If the weather is nice, we may move things outside to the fire circle, so bring a chair with you as we only have a few.

If you have any questions, please contact Odriana at jenn.strobel(at)gmail(dot)com.

Odriana