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Medieval Careers in Medieval Times By Sarah Peterson
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Learn about Medieval Careers and Medieval Times in this workbook which includes lesson plans, activities, games, craft ideas, review games and suggested books and movies. Worksheets and Teacher's... More > Keys included. This Volume includes the following careers: Kings and Queens, Jesters, Pages and Squires, Knights, Cooks, Bakers, Brewers, Barbers, Apothecaries, Plague Doctors, and Astrologers.< Less
The Early Medieval Harp: A Practical Guide By Ron Cook
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This book provides an introduction to historical performance on the 12th- and 13th-century harp, including information as to the form and tuning of the instrument; its probable repertoire; the... More > development of period performance skills, including ornamentation and improvisation; and the use of the harp in medieval storytelling.< Less
Medieval Careers in Medieval Times Volume 2 By Sarah Peterson
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Volume 2 consists of seven “Careers” in the “Medieval Careers in Medieval Times Series:” Alchemist; Architect and Engineer (Castles and Cathedrals, Engines of War);... More > Embroiderer and Census Taker (Bayeux Tapestry, Domesday Book and William the Conqueror); Monks, Nuns, and Almoners; Scribes and Illuminators (Magna Carta); Pilgrims (Geoffrey Chaucer and the Canterbury Tales); Explorers (The Age of Discovery). Each plan includes “discussions” (lectures) as well as engaging activities and games to reinforce the lesson. Book and movie suggestions and extension activities are also included.< Less
How to Cook a Peacock : Le Viandier - Medieval Recipes from the French Court By Jim Chevallier, Taillevent
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In the fourteenth century, French kings prized such fare as peacock, storks and herons. Guillaume Tirel not only cooked these dishes, he left a book on how to do it. Because (it is said) he had a... More > long sharp nose, he was nicknamed "Taillevent" ("Slice-wind"), and his classic cookbook is often referred to as "Taillevent's Viandier". Le Viandier has survived in at least four different versions. Now Jim Chevallier has translated one of the earliest and most difficult versions - the so-called Fifteenth Century version. This affordable translation makes a precious historical document more readily available to recreational medievalists, food historians and students of medieval life. Luckily, too, many of the dishes listed use familiar ingredients such as chicken, veal, eggs and peas. Adventurous cooks can adapt these original period recipes for modern use, and impress their friends with brewets, pasties, galantines and coulis.< Less
HOW TO COOK A PEACOCK: Le Viandier - Medieval Recipes from the French Court By Guillaume Tirel
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In the fourteenth century, French kings prized such fare as peacock, storks and herons. Guillaume Tirel not only cooked these dishes, he left a book on how to do it. Because (it is said) he had a... More > long sharp nose, he was nicknamed "Taillevent" ("Slice-wind"), and his classic cookbook is often referred to as "Taillevent's Viandier". Le Viandier has survived in at least four different versions. Now Jim Chevallier has translated one of the earliest and most difficult versions - the so-called Fifteenth Century version. This affordable translation makes a precious historical document more readily available to recreational medievalists, food historians and students of medieval life. Luckily, too, many of the dishes listed use familiar ingredients such as chicken, veal, eggs and peas. Adventurous cooks can adapt these original period recipes for modern use, and impress their friends with brewets, pasties, galantines and coulis.< Less
HOW TO COOK A PEACOCK: Le Viandier - Medieval Recipes from the French Court By Guillaume Tirel
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In the fourteenth century, French kings prized such fare as peacock, storks and herons. Guillaume Tirel not only cooked these dishes, he left a book on how to do it. Because (it is said) he had a... More > long sharp nose, he was nicknamed "Taillevent" ("Slice-wind"), and his classic cookbook is often referred to as "Taillevent's Viandier". Le Viandier has survived in at least four different versions. Now Jim Chevallier has translated one of the earliest and most difficult versions - the so-called Fifteenth Century version. This affordable translation makes a precious historical document more readily available to recreational medievalists, food historians and students of medieval life. Luckily, too, many of the dishes listed use familiar ingredients such as chicken, veal, eggs and peas. Adventurous cooks can adapt these original period recipes for modern use, and impress their friends with brewets, pasties, galantines and coulis.< Less
HOW TO COOK A PEACOCK: Le Viandier - Medieval Recipes from the French Court By Guillaume Tirel
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In the fourteenth century, French kings prized such fare as peacock, storks and herons. Guillaume Tirel not only cooked these dishes, he left a book on how to do it. Because (it is said) he had a... More > long sharp nose, he was nicknamed "Taillevent" ("Slice-wind"), and his classic cookbook is often referred to as "Taillevent's Viandier". Le Viandier has survived in at least four different versions. Now Jim Chevallier has translated one of the earliest and most difficult versions - the so-called Fifteenth Century version. This affordable translation makes a precious historical document more readily available to recreational medievalists, food historians and students of medieval life. Luckily, too, many of the dishes listed use familiar ingredients such as chicken, veal, eggs and peas. Adventurous cooks can adapt these original period recipes for modern use, and impress their friends with brewets, pasties, galantines and coulis.< Less
Medieval Careers in Medieval Times Volume 1 - Student Edition By Sarah Peterson
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This student edition allows students to complete lessons independently. The student edition contains the same lectures, worksheets, and "job applications." Lesson plans cover: Kings and... More > Queens; Jesters Barbers and Apothecaries; Pages and Squires, Knights and Heraldry; Cooks, Bakers, and Brewers; and Astrologers.< Less
How to Cook a Golden Peacock: A Translation of the Medieval Cookbook Enseingnemenz Qui Enseingnent à Apareillier Toutes Manières de Viandes By Jim Chevallier, Anonymous
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This brief medieval cookbook was found centuries after the Viandier, the most famous of the French medieval cookbooks. It was written under Philip the Fair, when meals were supposed to be simpler... More > than in Taillevent's time, and so unlike the later cook's work, it is simply organized by types of food, not different services. Its author was unknown, though he was certainly a professional cook. The foods described include simple fare like beef and pork and more exotic foods like peacock, swan and lamprey; sauces like cameline (cinnamon) are also mentioned along the way. This new translation includes several modern recipes (redactions) based on those in the work, an introduction and extensive notes.< Less
A Magical Medieval Society: Western Europe (2nd Edition) By Joseph Browning, Suzi Yee
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"If you're a DM and running a D&D game, you should have this book. Period." Monte Cook, author of the 3E Dungeon Master's Guide. This 192-page supplement is for GMs and players who... More > wish to add a touch of realism to their game. It's for the people who'd like to flesh out the background of their gaming world, but don't have the time to dig through scholarly books. A Magical Medieval Society: Western Europe provides you flexibility and advice in creating your own world. It contains a massive amount of game-usable information about the medieval period and focuses on how D20 magic could change a traditional medieval setting. Generation systems for kingdoms, cities, manors, aristocratic wealth and landholding; a thorough construction system; and an economic simulator allow GMs to recreate the high middle ages feel with ease. The book is easily usable with any fantasy role-playing game.< Less