Category Archives: Crystal

Tourtiere Meat Pie

My blogging has gone by the wayside, but I have been keeping up with Piemas 2016.  Yesterday was the only day I didn’t make a pie, but that will be corrected today with the making of two pies. The creator … Continue reading

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Pork Pie

Mmm, meat pies.  I do love meat pies.  Medieval pies, modern pies, pasties, etc, it doesn’t really matter.  The recipe I found for tonight is called ‘Easy Pork Pie’ and it is a pretty simple recipe.  I could go for … Continue reading

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Pizza Pot Pie

For the third day of Piemas 2016, we veered off course and went with a recipe Amon found:  Pizza Pot Pie, found here. While I had listed pizza as something we would do later in the twelve days as it’s … Continue reading

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Lombard Chicken Pie

For the second day of Piemas 2016, I made a Lombard chicken pie from The Medieval Cookbook, Revised Edition, by Maggie Black.  The original recipe is from a medieval recipe book called The Goodman of Paris, written in 1393, by … Continue reading

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Egg, Bacon, and Cheese Pie

A friend from SCA (Society for Creative Anachronism) has started a thing called Piemas.  Basically, you make a pie each of the twelve days of christmas (pie + christmas = piemas).  Given that I had never really paid attention to … Continue reading

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HFF: Pan Perdu for Breakfast

The Historical Food Fortnightly challenge this time was Breakfast Foods.  Mmm, breakfast.  Mmm, breakfast for dinner… I didn’t have very much luck finding something that could definitely be used for breakfast, but I found something that we modernly make for … Continue reading

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My New Obsession: Dish Cloths

I have long been a person who creates things for the home.  Part of that was because I tend to always be broke but the other part was my hippy tendencies.  Why buy a pack of sponges that I will … Continue reading

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