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I made a Game of Thrones feast from scratch (except for the chorizo). All the recipes come from Medieval texts on cookery. Oat bread, rye bread, and pea soup from Anglo-Saxon England. There were also two meat pies.



Below: White beans and bacon from the High Middle Ages.


And roasted chicken. Again from the High Middle Ages.
 
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I made a Game of Thrones feast from scratch (except for the chorizo). All the recipes come from Medieval texts on cookery. Oat bread, rye bread, and pea soup from Anglo-Saxon England. There were also two meat pies.



Below: White beans and bacon from the High Middle Ages.


And roasted chicken. Again from the High Middle Ages.
Knock knock.
 

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This is chili on waffles. It was really good. There's also cream cheese and cheddar cheese layered in there too.

Can I take a minute to say a "Fuck you!" to the people on my Facebook who felt the need to insult my food when they haven't spoken to me in years? Because that shit is rude. I'll take joking from my friend who actually talks to me, because this is a weird thing to do, but it turned out great, so don't question my well-being, or call it a "pregnancy craving". Only people who are present in my life have the right to joke about it.
 
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Poulet à la Normande with spinach.
The bag of spinach had far less than I expected, so I gave my wife the lion's share (since she loves spinach)...the rest of us got this spit's worth.

 
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Dijon stewed rabbit in rosemary wine and cream sauce. Parsnips fried in the leftover duck fat from yesterday.

That french cookbook is paying hella dividends.
 
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While not a medieval Game of Thrones feast, if you've never treated yourself to Hungarian mushroom soup, do so. It's full of paprika and dill and cream and such and while it's earthy and savoury it's also got a fresh kick from the lemon juice and dill.

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This is chili on waffles. It was really good. There's also cream cheese and cheddar cheese layered in there too.

Can I take a minute to say a "Fuck you!" to the people on my Facebook who felt the need to insult my food when they haven't spoken to me in years? Because that shit is rude. I'll take joking from my friend who actually talks to me, because this is a weird thing to do, but it turned out great, so don't question my well-being, or call it a "pregnancy craving". Only people who are present in my life have the right to joke about it.
Sounds great to me!
We made something similar recently:
https://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes...h-ranch-style-eggs-and-cilantro-crema-2685392
 
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This is chili on waffles. It was really good. There's also cream cheese and cheddar cheese layered in there too.

Can I take a minute to say a "Fuck you!" to the people on my Facebook who felt the need to insult my food when they haven't spoken to me in years? Because that shit is rude. I'll take joking from my friend who actually talks to me, because this is a weird thing to do, but it turned out great, so don't question my well-being, or call it a "pregnancy craving". Only people who are present in my life have the right to joke about it.
Actually, that looks pretty damn good. I will wash dishes for leftovers.
 
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