Simply Savory: Magical & Medieval Recipes

By Dixie Deerman

  • Release Date : 2012-10-23
  • Genre : Reference
  • FIle Size : 2.93 MB

Description

Simply Savory: Magical & Medieval Recipes This cookbook is a must-have for anyone who wants to make meals that look enticing, smell incredible, and taste delicious — real food that comforts the body and rocks a party! These recipes can keep you slim and won’t break the bank.Everyone from a young beginner to an experienced cook will appreciate succeeding with these easy-to-follow directions using no-fuss, readily available ingredients.Beautiful woodcuts and fascinating explanations of the olde origins of these recipes and traditions accompany each category of culinary fun.Make yourself and loved ones as healthy as folks of yore. Learn what to eat to attract love, recover from illness, conjure cash, create harmony amongst fighting family members, and more! (One fan credits the Spiked Shepherd’s Pie recipe with healing her elderly anorexic father: When he smelled its delicious aroma, he left his death-bed, sat at table, and ate the whole pie at once!)Discover complete holiday and Sabbat menus featuring themes that impress your guests with the meaning of season! For example, learn how to simmer an enchanting feast medieval-style in a cast-iron cauldron.Stop fretting about needing funds to buy gifts — find out how to easily transform foodstuffs at hand into presents with a personal touch that people will savor for months on end, thinking of you each time they do!This cookbook covers everything: Light and chilled to hot and hearty appetizers; elegant entrées, authentic recipes for medieval glogg, delicious drinks, and decadent desserts. Cool and kicky spices replace unhealthy salt, honey or maple drizzle for processed and artificial sweeteners.Each balanced serving offers alternatives to encourage your own creative approach perfect for vegans to omnivores, aficionados of “hippie-food,” to those who crave fowl and game.Frying, preparing raw fruit skewers, firing up a smoker, and weaving store-bought breadstick dough into an edible basket centerpiece to fill with a variety of dried fruit — it’s all here!These simple dishes will make you indispensable and appreciated for your ability to make much from little, and any rare leftovers that may remain resemble catered French cuisine!Cherish these recipes and keep their tricks your secret if you wish — or better yet, teach your kids, spouse, roommates, or friends how to cook the olde, wise way!From the author of The Goodly Spellbook: Olde Spells for Modern Problems; Ask-A-Priestess: Magic Answers & Spells from a Real Witch; and Magical Mentor: Wise Ways To Counsel Anyone.

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