Medieval Dinner

My mom got me a great medieval cookbook for Christmas.

And we have been watching one season of Game of Thrones each month in anticipation of the new season starting in April. We are on season 5. So I decided to combine the two last Sunday.

I made two pottages for dinner. I made Buknade, a chicken, herb and egg one. And a pea pottage. Here they are cooking,

And here they are served

Tom did not try them. I thought they were good. Comforting but not spicy.

I also made a medieval custard.

There are saffron strands in it but no sweetener. I added our blueberries on top.

It was nice but again Tom was not a fan. But it felt medieval to me which was perfect for two episodes of GOT.

Unrelated post script:

Just found out I am going to be a Gramma again in August. So thrilled!!!!!

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2 Responses to Medieval Dinner

  1. Jeanne says:

    I’m sure you’ll have a great time with your Medieval cookbook! The recipes sound interesting, but I’m not sure they are right for our family…

    I can understand your excitement about your expected grandchild!! 🙂

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