Yesterday was bright and warm(ish) in the north-east of England; and a perfect day for a class on medieval cookery. Led by Blackfriars’ new Cookery School Chef, Anthony O’Shaugnessy, whom you may remember as a semi-finalist in series 14 of MasterChef; with help from Andy Hook, Giles Gasper, Florence Swan, and Mollie Hook, the classContinue reading “Medieval Cookery at Blackfriars”
@Eatmedieval @WorldAnvil 19.00 tomorrow – Twitch channel chat. Don’t miss it.
An enormous thank you to everyone who has signed up and embarked on this Eat Medieval journey with us to taste the past. The online, virtual cookery school allows us to share our love for medieval culture cuisine and its modern interpretation with fellow foodies and scholars around the globe. We’ve welcomed over 80 participantsContinue reading “A Taste of the Past Day 1: Mutton, Lamb (and 13th century WiFi)”
We’ll delighted that our online course A Taste of the Past opens tomorrow – and thank you to everyone one who has signed up! We have a week working through recipes from the 12th century – which is very early tradition for medieval culinary collections. And we’ve gone to the 13th century for some sweeterContinue reading “A Taste of the Past – Tomorrow!”
A nice piece in the Chronicle Live on our upcoming online medieval cookery course. And featured here Filmmaker Alan Fentiman, a key member of the Eat Medieval team, and Blackfriars Head Chef Chris Wardale, preparing one of the pre-recorded films. If you’d like to book on the course please do at Blackfriars Restaurant.
This weekend Hamsterley village, a tiny, beautiful place located between Teesdale and Weardale, celebrates its annual Flower Festival with a twist. ‘Magna Flora’ is a two-day event to coincide with the celebrations surrounding the 800th anniversary of Magna Carta and in honour of all things medieval, the village have transformed a corner of their MilleniumContinue reading “Planting a Medieval Garden in Hamsterley Village”
Like any medievalist worth their salt, a visit to Stockholm wouldn’t be complete without a peek into the Medeltidsmuseet, the Museum of Medieval Stockholm, located under the Norrbro bridge between the Royal Palace and the Opera House. The museum tells the story of medieval Stockholm from the mid-thirteenth century, and comes complete with excavated graveyard, warship,Continue reading “Medieval food, Scandi-style”
On Saturday, 25th October 2014, the acclaimed food historian Peter Brears is coming to give the Blackfriars Lecture at Blackfriars Restaurant, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne.