A Miscellany

A Miscellany

by Elizabeth Cook, David Friedman


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A collection of recipes, articles, poems, and stories related to historical recreation of the Middle Ages and Renaissance, especially within the Society for Creative Anachronism. It includes more than three hundred period recipes, both original and worked out version, articles on medieval cooking, making tents, transportable period furniture, hardened leather armor, Germanic lyres, period jewelry and how to make it, and many other things.

Part I contains the same material as How to Milk an Almond, Stuff an Egg, and Armor a Turnip: A Thousand Years of Recipes, published separately by the same authors.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781463789329
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 02/25/2012
Pages: 368
Product dimensions: 8.00(w) x 10.00(h) x 0.76(d)

About the Author

David Friedman (Cariadoc of the Bow in the SCA) was a founding member and first king of the Middle Kingdom of the SCA, has served twice as king of the Middle and twice as king of the East, played a central role in the creation of Pennsic as the king who declared war on himself, and been active as fighter, period cook and researcher, jeweler, poet, storyteller, armorer, promoter of authentic and in persona activity, ... . Mundanely he is an academic economist who currently teaches in a law school and the author of five nonfiction books and two novels; his work has been favorably reviewed in the Times Literary Supplement, New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and elsewhere.

Elizabeth Cook (Elizabeth of Dendermonde in the SCA) is a musician, dancer, cook, researcher, cookbook translator, and herald, married to David Friedman.

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