[Spit-Project] Regia and Open Hearth Cookery

Johnna Holloway johnna at sitka.engin.umich.edu
Sun Sep 2 04:27:29 PDT 2007

Here's another group doing open hearth work.
I don't know that any of their members are on this list or not.
http://www.anglosaxonengland.net/rana/index.htm  is the homepage for the
North American section.

Thought people here might like the mentions.


Forwarded message--

Micel Folcland--the Wisconsin-Indiana-Illinois branch of Regia 
Anglorum--would like to invite any serious student of British culture 
between 950 and 1066 ce--predominantly but not exclusively Norse, Saxon and 
Norman reenactors--to Hearth Night II on 26-28 October near Danville, 
Illinois. No fee, and no accurate costume is required. It is a training 
session where we will concentrate on rebated steel combat, target archery, 
natural dyeing, firestarting, games and much else.

Featured will be period cooking with period ingredients and accurate 
utensils, over an open fire. The cooks want to know how much to prepare and 
who wants to help. Please let us know. There will be a small charge to 
cover foods purchased.

More information available at 
http://www.advancenet.net/folo/micel_folcland_hearth_night_ii.htm. Feel 
free to contact me with questions or to make a reservation for lunch.


Cheers, Folo Watkins

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