niiv: This actually looks really appealing. When I was in Denmark we were at a Viking Festival and had some food a bit like this and it was SO GOOD. A sort of grain gruel, some bread, mixed crushed red berries, honey and a slab of butter.
Medieval Gingerbread By James L. Matterer The gingerbread being discussed in this article comes from recipes originally used in the & centuries, and isn’t anything at all like our modern cake-like variety. It is in fact more like a candy or.
Medieval Rose Pudding, from Maggie Black's The Medieval Cookbook. Yoinked from livejournal. WARNING - Commercial roses may have been grown with pesticides not cleared for human food crops. Use the rose water or your own roses.