Fourteen more of Roberts pictures from the Easter weekend are up at Flickr now, like this one:
There's still plenty more to come in the next week before we venture forth and cook some more again, this time for the first weekend in April, which also coincides with the new 'Easter' schools holiday so we'll be cooking again at the end of the week as well (Saturday to Monday inclusive then Friday to Sunday inclusive), so there'll be plenty of opportunities for more pictures coming up......not sure where they're going to go as all my hard drives are now at bursting point with images from the cookery.....looks like it'll be time to archive off to DVD some time this week then.
So, what are we going to be doing next weekend then? ............
should answer that!
Some recipes we've never done before.........along with some old friends.........which shold give us an interesting time I hope, along with some good stuff to talk to visitors about.......not too sure about
¶Take Wyne, Canel, an powder of Gyngere, an Sugre, an of eche a porcyoun, þan take a straynoure & hange it on a pynne, an caste ale þer-to, an let renne twyis or þryis throgh, tyl it renne clere; an þen take Paynemaynne an kyt it in maner of brewes, an toste it, an wete it in þe same lycowre, an ley it on a dysshe, an caste blawnche powder y-now þer-on; an þan caste þe same lycour vp-on þe same soppys, an serue hem forth in maner of a potage.
but I've been wrong before!! This one looks intriguing too
¶Take gode Milke of Almaundys, & flowre of Rys, & gode Wyne crete, or þe brawn of a Capoune, oþer of Fesaunte, & Sugre, & pouder Gyngere, & Galyngale, & of Canelle, & boyle y-fere; & make it chargeaunt, & coloure it with Alkenade, oþer with Saunderys; & if it be Red, a-lye it with olkys of Eyroun; & make smal cofyns of dow, & coloure hem with-owte, & bake on an ovyn, & coloure with-ynne & wyth-oute; þen haue Hony y-boylid hote, & take a dyssche, & wete þin dyssche in þe hony, & with þe wete dyssche ley þe malmenye & þe cofyns; & whan þey ben bake, & þou dressest yn, caste a-boue blaunche pouder, Quybibe, mace, Gelofre; & þanne serue it forth.
But as usual, we'll have to wait and see how it all goes next week.....Now, off to sort through some of those pictures for you....