December 29, 2007
In addition to
, site includes a few
, a fine set of links to online
, and a Medieval cookery
word of the day
Sort of not entirely
10 years ago
Plovers eat the
Hmmmm, I may have to try some of these oddity recipes. Yeah, I'm lookin' at you, cat.
I didn't see a dingle foole on the menu. But the wastels yfarced sound scrummy.
That should read ""
foole." I don't even want to KNOW what a "dingle foole" is. Mayhap for St. Stephen's Day my ladye will grant us ye Pree-view Buttone.
Was never pyk walwed in galantyne As I in love am walwed and ywounde.