[Sca-cooks] Olde Hansa was Estonian food
johnnae at mac.com
Mon Jan 28 10:50:44 PST 2013
Cooks Con 2 or more properly European Cooking from Rome to the Renaissance which was held back in January 2002
had a session on the Olde Hansa Restaurant.
Titled "A Medieval Restaurant in the 20th and 21st Centuries" by Judy Gerjuoy. That's Mistress Jaelle. She actually helped with the development of the restaurant.
We discussed their website and menu quite bit back in 2004.
On Jan 28, 2013, at 8:02 AM, Stephanie Ross wrote:
> I had the great fortune to have visited the country of Estonia twice since
> 2008. snipped There is a medieval
> restaurant there called Olde Hansa, after the Hanseatic League that ruled
> Estonia and the Nordic countries during the late middle ages (
> www.oldehansa.ee). The restaurant also has a bakery that serves meat pies
> for take away - the carrot and parsnip one was divine and unusual. I loved
> walking down the cobblestone street eating a hot meatpie fresh from the
> oven. snipped
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