Tag Archives: 14th Century

Medieval Monday #2: Sweet and Sour Fish

Egredouce ēgre-dǒuce according to the Middle English Dictionary translates to a sauce made of sour and sweet ingredients, as well meat or fish served with that sauce. Found in Forme of Curye [Rylands MS 7 – England, 1390‘s] xxj. Egredouce. Take … Continue reading

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Words for Wolfgang Gruenwald’s Award of the Burdened Tyger

  I was asked by Lady Astrid Feilan to create words for Lord Wolfgang’s Award of the Burdened Tyger for his work on the Coronation feast of Brennan and Caoilfhionn. I used a format called Terza Rima which was first … Continue reading

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