Marginally #medieval adjacent ... as part of the Known World Dance Off in the #sca, Insulae Draconis prepared this, using the song that would have won Eurovision. From Iceland, or the shire of Klakavirki in Insulae Draconis, in Drachenwald.
random information: in 2005, the country of georgia fired almost all of its police force. at once. the whole institution was just deemed unsalvageable (corruption, abuse of power, you know). they then rebuilt the whole thing. the country got by just fine without police for some months. there are several studies on the results, apparently it worked out pretty well: https://www.centreforpublicimpact.org/case-study/siezing-moment-rebuilding-georgias-police/ https://fsi.stanford.edu/publication/police-reform-georgia
UK, Cummings - what an asshat
Inspired by @alpine_thistle I made Clementine Old Fashioneds last night. I use simple syrup rather than sugar cubes, because:
a) I don't have sugar cubes
b) I frankly can't be arsed
For some medievalish food content, here're a couple of videos.
Article with photo of human skulls
Fimbulwinter: prediction or folk-memory?:
quarantine, #fedikitchen, recipes
If your grocery stores are like mine shelves are still empty after the initial rush of panic buying and hoarding. Based on a close analysis (which is to say, casual observation at my local Morrisons), pasta, flour, canned and dried beans, toilet roll, and hand-sanitizer are the most popular items to buy in ludicrous quantities, with tonic water and cream crackers having a short-lived run. So here's a recipe with those things ...
Actor/writer/musician/UNIX guru/cook/medievalist and more. http://www.aspiringluddite.com
Medievalists and Medieval-adjacent. Sort-of.