Shire of Cúm an Iolair

Feast of Eagles 2015

Where we meet:

St. Thomas Episcopal Church
12251 Antioch Rd
Overland Park, KS 66213

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We meet on the first and third Fridays of every month, unless otherwise noted.



Our Next Scheduled Class:

TBA

Who to Contact:

Lady Bronwen ferch Lloid
(Debbie Sanford)

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Feast of Eagles Menu

Join us in a culinary battle between France and England. Each course celebrates a battle in the 100 Years War with the victor determining which medieval cuisine is served.

On the table
Bread
Butter

First Course - Battle of Arnemuiden - 1338 - French Victory
Eggs Stuffed with Cheese and Cream
Grapes
Cheese

Second Course - Battle of Poitiers - 1356 - English Victory
Beef Stew with Onions
Sauteed Mushrooms

Third Course - Battle of Pontvallain -1370 - French Victory
Pork in Sauce
Special Rice
Roasted Brussel Sprouts

Fourth Course - Battle of Agincourt - 1415 - English Victory
Gilded Chicken with Sauces
English Peas with Mint
Salad of Sauteed Onions

Fifth Course - Siege of Orléans - 1428 - 1429 - French Victory
Apple Custard
Fruit
"French" Toast

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