Update for the readers

   Posted by: anj68   in Uncategorized

I wanted to let you know that I haven’t forgotten about the purpose of this website – to share historical recipes and articles with the readers. I haven’t been doing much updating as of late as I have been busily preparing for various projects.

  • New Website: I have been busily working with my web designer (Lost Squadron Design) and the website is currently being changed over from a WordPress site to an actual HTML website. Recipes and articles will be separated into separate categories and the recipes will be searchable based on type (beef, poultry, vegetarian, etc.). The website should be transformed in the next couple of weeks.
  • Performance: I will be performing at the Siouxland Renaissance Festival in Sioux Falls, SD on June 2 and 3, 2012. I am also scheduled to perform at the Minnesota Renaissance Festival in August and September.
  • New Cookbook: I am developing a hard cover cookbook which will contain the vast majority of my recipes in a single book. Prices for the cookbook have not yet been determined, but I will keep you informed. This book will not be available until later this summer.
  • Souvineer Cookbook: a souvineer cookbook will be available for sale for $5. This cookbook contains no photographs and will be available at performances. The Souvineer Cookbook will only contain the recipes that were performed at the Minnesota Renaissance Festival in 2011. This cookbook will be available at the Siouxland Renaissance Festival along with my other three cookbooks.

So, in short, I appreciate everyone’s patience. I have more news to share shortly, but i am awaiting on additional information. New recipes and articles will be posted shortly.


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