Should probably have mentioned that, in the first place. :DHassenhorl means "Rabbit Ears." No. I'm not serving rabbitIt has been brought to my attention that I *probably* should haveexplained what a "Hassenhorl" is.
ears. I'm serving fried doughnuts that LOOK like rabbit ears.
FiondelOn Sun, Feb 9, 2014 at 1:03 PM, Michelle Heitman <[log in to unmask]> wrote:Good gentles. Following is the feast menu for next weekend'sChieftains.
Auf Dem Tisch
Hearty bread with butter (v/a), honey butter, and herbed butter
Ribs with Cherry sauce, Sausages with honey mustard sauce
Roasted “milk” (v) (baked cheese)
Beef with sauce (Shallot and wine sauce)
A Food of Beans with Flatbread
Rice from Greece (v)
Hens From Greece
A Food of Pears (v)
Cabbage (one version with, and one version without, caraway) (v)
Grape Pudding (v)
Snow with sauces (Apple, Plum, Pear, Strawberry)
Water, Apple drink with mulling spices (hot), Ginger drink (refreshing, but with a little bit of ginger “bite”), Sage water, Barley tea, and Yansun (Star Anise, Ginger, Cinnamon, boiled into a drink syrup).
Note: Dishes marked (v) are vegan. Dishes marked (v/a) have a vegan alternative, by request.
A complete list of all recipes with ingredients will be posted (in the morning) on the door outside of the kitchen. Any further questions, please ask the feast steward.