[Sca-cooks] Sources for English feast menus?

Johnna Holloway johnnae at mac.com
Thu Mar 31 15:41:47 PDT 2011

Do you just want SCA mentioned sources from the Florilegium or do you  
want academic sources?
If the latter, there are several more of course.  John Russell's  Boke  
of Nurture for instance.
A search under such words as medieval English feast menus
will reveal a number of others. Try Google Books or Scholar for more  
that can be searched at home without access to the academic databases  
like Article first or OBO.

Co-author of the OUP Oxford Bibliographies Online Authority and  
Innovation for Research Bibliography on Medieval Food and Drink.

On Mar 31, 2011, at 5:15 PM, Alexander Clark wrote:

> What sources do we know of for medieval English feast menus? What I
> have been working with is the menus in Austin's _Two Fifteenth-Century
> Cookery-Books_, Napier's transcription of the _Noble Boke off Cookry_,
> Hieatt & Butler's _Curye on Inglysch_, MS Arundel 334 AKA "Ancient
> Cookery", and the coronation of Richard III at
> www.florilegium.org/files/FEASTS/p-Coronat-fst-art.rtf .
> A wealth of information, to be sure, but is there anything I'm  
> missing?
> Henry/Alex

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