Honey Cakes: An ancient treat, dripping with honey goodness, very easy to make. And addictive. Perfect with afternoon tea. From The Circle of Ceridwen Cookery Book(let) / A Journey though Medieval Life
Might be fun to make before our planned feast to help compare and contrast what the peasants would eat versus the nobility and what types of foods were available to you based upon economic class, resources, and social class.
Medieval Rabbit (or Chicken) Stew with Herbs and Barley…Recipes from a banquet given on January 1529 by the son of the Duke of Ferrara for his father and various dignitaries. The total guest list numbered Site has complete menu.
Bukkenade There are a number of medieval recipes for this dish. This is a version of the more common ones, using beef instead of veal. The result is a pleasantly different and spicy stew, perfect for dunking slices of bread.