I don’t know what is happening to the tags for these posts. 3 weeks in a row I got them added in just the same as I’ve been for years now, and only 1 or two show up? …and maybe I figured it out. We’ll see when this publishes….
Hopefully next week will have more.
All meetings are on hold for the moment, although Project Day and the Monthly Potluck are being held in the Virtual Realm. We’re also doing mini-potlucks, just Anja & Loren and one other “pod” at a time. Let us know if you’re interested!
- Herb Bunch – At Ancient Light, Saturdays, 11am-1pm
- Sewing Time – At Ancient Light, Saturdays, 3-5pm
- Project Day – At Ancient Light, Sundays, Noon to 6pm
- Cheese and Wine happens irregularly, usually announced with little notice on our Facebook group.
- Next Virtual Potluck – 1/17, 2/21, 3/21, 4/18
- No Winter Feast in 2021. We’ll revisit for one in 2022 next spring.
Here is the direct Portfolio link which has all the past Project Day reports and various projects, original here: https://housecapuchin.wordpress.com/portfolio/ and new one here: https://housecapuchin2.wordpress.com/portfolio/ and number three is here: https://housecapuchin3.wordpress.com/portfolio/
- A Master List for finding classes, webinars and other things – https://moas.eastkingdom.org/list-of-online-webinars/?fbclid=IwAR20OE8b6vvYKvmwrqwpule27szarZ7EPV-8R72F1eV2CxcdmOXQhZf9ayk
- Ethereal Bardic Symposium II – Now With Snow! Event by Shire of Ravenslake – JAN 22, 2021 AT 5 PM PST – JAN 24, 2021 AT 5 PM PST – https://sites.google.com/view/etherealbardicsymposium/home
- Lions Den Episode XII – “See Something, Do Something” for Bystander Intervention Training – with Her Excellency Genevieve Choue – Online Event by Barony of Lions Gate – Online: us02web.zoom.us – Sunday, January 24, 2021 at 6:30 PM PST
- 36th Annual Clothiers Seminar, February 6, 2021 – https://shirecai.calontir.org/clothiers2021/
- Service Symposium – Brought to you by those who DO and currently have time to TEACH – February 13-14, 2021 – https://sites.google.com/westkingdom.org/servicesymposium2021/home
- Virtual West Coast Culinary Symposium 2021 – Online Event – Event by Kingdom of Caid and Mercy Neumark – Apr 2 at 11 AM PDT – Apr 4 at 2 PM PDT
- Register – https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdf9m-jKJpDFxAO9ItF-ADhW8HYa-rwmdIWn_zR6HQ2dnZlnA/viewform?fbclid=IwAR2iqd_pYMTUUaMrcWdEfwxoukUPN2qbbDNWGX29Um-DkvEKKjU0jnnvd1c
- Information – https://wp.sca-caid.org/events/ (You have to go several layers in!)
- Known World Science Symposium – JUN 25, 2021 AT 8 AM PDT – JUN 27, 2021 AT 11 AM PDT – Barony of Gryphon’s Lair – https://www.facebook.com/events/456485881710498/
Other Good Stuff
- Knowne Worlde Entertainment Guide – KWEG – Entertainment List – https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1xEZAwCca4IQham3TpxfWnonQscG668mmYgIMA18YZ-E/edit?fbclid=IwAR3UAXblIOd9u-N5IKtJNLzLFS52KPibZEAuwoDHjWzFoCtN_gDHETI9iCo&fbclid=IwAR3LHjEqnVdiWwe8G4s_zyAy46spXdgThJieqPnF5Metn9IOFzJWGpLkLNw#gid=0
Come with Me to a SCA Medieval Arts & Sciences Fair Event! – Lynne Fairchild – Join me for a quick look at a fun SCA event in the Middle Kingdom! It’s part historical Artisan Showcase, part Arts & Sciences Faire, and part classes. If that sounds enjoyable, check out your local SCA branch! 😃
Rievaulx Abbey & the Brutal Dissolution of the Monasteries – The Tudor Travel Guide – Source: https://www.podbean.com/eau/pb-7t32r-… In this episode, Sarah goes on-location to Rievaulx Abbey in North Yorkshire, where she meets with Michael Carter, a senior properties historian with English Heritage. Michael is an expert on English monasticism and the Cistercian order. He is our guide as we explore the abbey ruins, its history and the impact of the Dissolution of the Monasteries on places like Rievaulx Abbey. Show notes with images and links (including to the paper mentioned in the recording) can be found here. We also head over to the TTTG news desk to hear about the formal reception of Anne of Cleves at Blackheath on 3 January 1540. Get all the latest on this event from our intrepid news reporter, Bess Cavendish, who reports ‘live’ from the riverside outside Greenwich Palace. In the meantime, if you want to keep up to date with all the Tudor Travel Guide’s adventures, as well as top tips for planning your own Tudor road trip, don’t forget to subscribe to the blog via www.thetudortravelguide.com. This podcast now has an accompanying closed Facebook group, dedicated to discussing the places and artefacts discussed in each episode. it is also a place to ask your fellow Tudor time travellers questions about visiting Tudor locations or planning your Tudor-themed vacation or sharing your top tips to help others get the most out of their Tudor adventures on the road. Go to The Tudor History & Travel Show: Hitting the Road to join the community. You can also find The Tudor Travel Guide on YouTube, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and Pinterest. Credits: Presenter: Sarah Morris Produced by Cutting Crew Productions
Early Week – Mostly cleanup and sorting. Trying to get photos. Some cookery.
Cookery – Early in the week we did bread, lentils and a creamed turkey dish. Loren’s favorite pun, “Peas and Hominy in the New Year” was next. Two more batches of marzipan happened, and then more fudge, and we tried to do a poppyseed roll, which now looks to be happening for the next report.
- A Selection of Dishes from Harleian MS 279 published approximately 1430 -Capon or Goose Stuffed, Pickle for the Mallard (Onion Jam), Let lory (Fresh Cheese) – https://giveitforth.blogspot.com/2015/02/a-selection-of-dishes-from-harleian-ms.html
- Eat, Drink, and Be Merry – Food in the Middle Ages and Renaissance – https://artsandculture.google.com/exhibit/eat-drink-and-be-merry-the-j-paul-getty-museum/QgKCWC1jiW-YLw
No Knead Bread Recipe – Nick Saint-Erne – This is the No Knead Bread recipe from the book “The Re-Enactor’s Cookbook” by M. Allyson Szabo (2020). The bread is delicious and similar to what would have been made in the Middle Ages. The rest of the recipes in this book are great and will help you learn how to cook meals over a fire for Medieval Re-enactor’s (SCA) or for camping.
El Rey del Haba – Fogones en la Historia – Receta del bollo roscón, siglo XVI, abuelo del actual roscón de reyes.Si os interesa la historia de este alimento, leed nuestro artículo: https://fogonesenlahistoria.com/2019/…
El Rey del Haba – Stoves in History – Recipe for the roscón bun, 16th century, grandfather of the current roscón de reyes.If you are interested in the history of this food, read our article: https://fogonesenlahistoria.com/2019/ .. .
Sewing – Contemplating fabrics for the frame pouches. Worked out another pattern and turned it into a divider, too. Yes, that’s the divider on this week’s report.
Episode 10: Tent Stitch – Agnes Berengarii de girona – Tent stitch is a strong stitch for using on cushions, pillows, and other household items that take a lot of wear and tear.
Sundials, etc. – The bones were boiled again to degrease them and then scrubbed with detergent.
Herb Bunch – More vegetable ends were planted in one of the buckets, and a sprinkle of alexander seed went in as well. The weather was too messy to do much outside.
Project Day – Isabeau was so on top of things she was posting before the day started! Loren and I worked on bones and photos. …and then we sidetracked into the boxes that need to go out in the morning. Later we got some more marzipan done.
Isabeau said, “I’m currently working on the neckline of a T-tunic. I’m using embroidery to keep the facing down. I’ll do rows of stitches as my day rolls along.” …and later, “More stitches and colors…..”.
2 Deficiente Vino (Ms I-Pa 2788, Perugia)
3 Como Deus Fez Vynno (CSM)
4 Bon Vin Doit
5 Alte Clamat Epicurus (Carmina Burana)
6 L’autre Ièr Cuidèi Aver Druda (Chanson Trobadorica)
7 Ben Pod’as Cousas (CSM)
8 Sacerdos In Aeternum (Ms I-Pa 2799)
9 Procurans Odium (Carmina Burana)
10 Vinum Bonum (Ms Egerton)
11 Ges de Disnar (Bertran de Born)
12 Dixit Pater Familias (Ms I-Pa 2782, Perugia)
13 Poder á Santa Maria (CSM)
14 Felix Vitis (Ms I-Pa 2785)
15 A Que Deus (CSM)
16 O Divina Virgo Flore (Laudario Di Cortona)
17 On Parole/A Paris/Frese Nouvelle (Ms Montpellier)
18 In Taberna (Carmina Burana)
- VIKING HOUSES – WHAT DID THEY LOOK LIKE? – https://skjalden.com/viking-houses/
- The Great 2020 Dyeing Project (Fade Test Part 2) – http://sca.unspunworld.com/2021/01/03/the-great-2020-dyeing-project-fade-test-part-2/
- Study tracks elephant tusks from 16th century shipwreck – https://www.medievalists.net/2020/12/study-elephant-tusks-16th-century/
- A Medieval Peasants’ Winter – https://www.medievalists.net/2020/12/medieval-peasants-winter/
- Pagan Survivals in Medieval Holiday Celebrations – https://www.medievalists.net/2020/12/pagan-medieval-christmas/
- Christmas Traditions in the Hidden Corners of Europe – https://www.medievalists.net/2020/12/christmas-traditions-corners-europe/
- A Tale of Two Yules – https://www.medievalists.net/2020/12/medieval-yule/
- Egyptian Blue – The Oldest Known Artificial Pigment – https://www.ancient-origins.net/ancient-technology/egyptian-blue-oldest-artificial-pigment-ever-produced-001745
- ‘Where Are The Women?’: Uncovering The Lost Works Of Female Renaissance Artists – https://www.npr.org/2021/01/02/951479764/where-are-the-women-uncovering-the-lost-works-of-female-renaissance-artists
One Nettle Sewing Thread Challenge
Largesse Item Count – (includes gifts, prizes, auction items, etc.)
- ASXLVII = 24
- ASXLVIII = 88
- ASXLIX = 794
- ASL = 2138
- ASLI = 731
- ASLII = 304
- ASLIII – 146
- ASLIV – 227 plus 4 puppets, 3 hippocras mix, 4 powder fort, 8 cheese spice and 9 powder douce packets, 1 kiss-lock pouch, 9 tiny bobs, 7 pincushions, 3 pins, 3 snip case w/snips, lucet cords, 25 pouches for block-printing, 1 medium pouch, 4 small pouches, 12 bookmarkers, 14 unfinished pincushions, 1 sewing kit (except for bone needle), varnished stuff (124), 2 emery strawberries, 1 woolen spool-knit cord
Total as a Household = 4058 handed off
In ministerio autem Somnium! Anja, graeca doctrina servus to House Capuchin
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