The Cook-A-Long is a virtual kitchen for Medieval and Renaissance Cooking enthusiasts in the SCA. Each month a period recipe will be posted in the original language (when available) and a translation. All cooks are encouraged to try their hand at redacting and preparing the monthly dish and post his/ her results to the blog. If you are interested in becoming a participant in this cook a long, or would like to submit a dish for the month please send an e-mail to valkyr8 (at) yahoo (dot) com.

Tuesday, October 30, 2007

A month goes by really quickly

Here we are on the doorstep of November and I haven't even done October's recipe. Oy.

I do appreciate all those who did embark on the "Cheesy Chicken" dish by Nola. I loved reading all of the different redactions from each cook and I now feel better equipped to visit this dish myself when time permits. Thank you all!

Now is the time to start thinking about November's recipe. I am open to suggestions. Do we want to tackle another Nola recipe or choose another genre? Please make your suggestions in the comments.

Thank you all for your participation in this Cook-A-Long!

Giovanna

4 comments:

Merouda said...

Gee, somehow, I have this yen to do late 15th, early 16th c. English thing.

Rae said...

Something new! Either a different 'type' of dish (side/veggie/dessert) or different culture/time.

Liz said...

I'd like to see something that uses ingredients that are in season: squash, apples, etc.

Not sure what though.

Alinore said...

I think something seasonal would be lovely. This time of year I love to make soups. Is there any sort of soup that we could try out?