Bloody popinjays. A little fire will do them a world of good.
I usually do a thin/crispy crust with just flour, oil, salt, and yeast and a pre-bake before topping.
We had kale pesto on one this past week.
Excellent choice. And, oh!, the attachments! I gave my KA to a cousin when we moved to the UK, because voltage, and we bought a new one after a few years.
I don't use it for most of my bread making, but it's great for getting sausage bound properly, and the grinder works for pates/terrines.
I did do a teaching kitchen at an #sca event once, where we made bread all day long. The KAs were crucial for that.
Medivalists.net has a bunch of god ones - - -
Looking for gender equality in the Middle Ages? Try Scandinavia:
How about a lusty, free-speaking woman? Try Wales:
Do you often wake up in the middle of the night, then soon fall asleep again? You're medieval!:
Vegitarians aren't entirely new:
My first published fiction: on the feral self-driving scooters of nyc https://www.nytimes.com/2019/11/04/opinion/future-scooters-central-park.html
Oh to be 15 and listening to 'School's Out' and 'Another Brick in the Wall Part Two' on the actual radio ...
Good times, good times ....
More memoires ...
Don't try to understand it - just love it and let it wash over you.
And do the Time Warp. Again.
Presented without comment - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f-pT-w7qFl4
I am fully embracing my new siphon coffee-maker ;-)
Not medieval, as such ... just unexpected small delights.
"I need a PLOT, not just a SETTING"
This is my difficulty both with writing and with DMing;-)
Actor/writer/musician/UNIX guru/cook/medievalist and more. http://www.aspiringluddite.com
Medievalists and Medieval-adjacent. Sort-of.