An historical recreation household centered on the Central Oregon Coast (households are not official groups of the Society for Creative Anachronism and do not represent the views or policies of SCA, Inc. )
These are pictures of nibble set ups and side tables from previous feasts and potlucks.
Norse specific – A few dishes that we might have featured at our feast.
Smoked salmon and sour cream (Helen Louise)
Bread (Helen Louise)
Stewed apples and buttered bread (Helen Louise)
Frumenty with cheese
Slaneček ve víně – herring pickled in wine
Nibbles of various sorts – These are from past feasts and potlucks. We would have been choosing from the set.
So that you know, pickles of various sorts, fermented and un-fermented both, were a common way all through period to preserve fresh vegetables (and meats!) for the winter. They keep essential vitamins in ways that dried and even “root-cellared” do not! Cheese and butter are another way to keep milk, and there are various sauces, relishes and jams that serve the same purpose.
Page created 2/2 and published 2/17/22 (C)M. Bartlett Last updated 2/17/22