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Leihen Helvetia! 2013 Feast Menu

Helvetia 2013 Feast Menu

First Remove
Breads
Flour, butter, oats, cranberries

Flavored butters
Butter, parsley, sage – Butter, honey

Soft Cheese
Milk, chives, onion, lemon juice, salt, pepper

Second Remove
Stuffed eggs
Egg, sage, salt, pepper, saffron, butter, honey, vinegar

Cabbage salad
Red cabbage, onion, apple, honey, red wine vinegar, cloves

Apple tart
Apple, brie, black walnuts, nutmeg, cloves, brown sugar, brandy, flour, egg

Third Remove
Chicken with onion and bacon
Chicken, onion, bacon, garlic, salt, pepper, olive oil

Pork
Pork, white wine, chicken broth, apple juice, raisins, gluten-free soy sauce,
ginger, salt, pepper, corn starch

Genovese tart
Spinach, milk, olive oil, salt, pepper, flour, egg

Applesauce
Apple, sugar, white wine, cinnamon, ginger

Fourth Remove
Blackstone Mountain cakes
Anise extract, almond, almond extract, flour, egg, milk, cream cheese, powdered sugar
Raspberries, apples, caramel, cream, honey

Gluten-free cupcakes
Aniseed, anise extract, almond, almond extract, gluten-free cake mix, egg, milk, cream cheese, powdered sugar

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White Hart XVII Feast Menu

The Lord and Lady of the White Hart for WHXVII are dear friends of mine, so for their special event, I wanted to do a fun menu based on their personas, so I came up with my Viking World Tour menu. We’ve all seen the concert-style t-shirts that list the places and dates of Viking invasions around Europe, and I wanted to take a dish from (or based in) that area, group them in courses based on date, and serve them something fun.

The Lutefisk was my “subtlety” for the evening. I’d built the hype up — some were excited about it, but most were dreading it. The actual dish, which was served to both HRM Timothy (and his high table) and the populace all at once, was actually a chocolate lute and Swedish fish, prepared by my co-feastocrat, Lady Odette d’Arques.

As an extra surprise, the goat I’d ordered and had butchered from a local farm came with its organ meat. After a special lunch of goat ribs with a home-made teriyaki sauce for HRM Timothy and Their Excellencies of Blackstone Mountain, I soaked in buttermilk and pan-fried the goat liver and also the goat heart(!), which I challenged HRM and the combatants of the heavy tournament to taste.

White Hart XVII Feast Menu

GF = Gluten Free
V = Ovo-lacto Vegetarian/Pescetarian friendly

Beer and Onion Soup
(England, 15th cent – Harleian MS 4016), V
Beer, onions, vegetable broth, salt, pepper

Rarebit
(Wales), V
Bread, cheese

Baked Brie
(France), GF&V
Brie, cranberries, almonds

Roasted Vegetables
(Ireland), GF&V
Carrots, parsnips, kale, olive oil, honey, salt, pepper, thyme

Pelmeni
(Russia)
Dough (flour, buttermilk, butter, sour cream), butter, beef, pork, onion, garlic, sage, salt, pepper
GF&V Alternatives: Baked potato stuffed with mashed potatoes with or without meat

Saqlabiyya
(Spain, 13th cent Al-Andalus cookbook), GF
Goat, onion, garlic, olive oil, GF soy sauce, corn starch, coriander, caraway, parsley, thyme, pepper, salt, lime zest

Couscous
(Morocco), V
Couscous, eggplant, carrot, onion, parsley, cumin, coriander, salt, pepper, garlic, veg stock, butter, lemon juice
GF Alternative: Rice with eggplant and spices

Lutefisk
(Iceland)
Fish

Stuffed dates
(Greece), GF&V
Dates, honey, almonds

Cheesecake
(Italy), GF&V
Cream cheese, sour cream, milk, butter, vanilla, salt, sugar, eggs, corn starch

Cider
(America), GF&V