Baronial Banquet

 

Hosted By Device of Madrone

The Barony of Madrone (King County, WA )

Event Summary:

Date: April 10 , 2010
Site opens at: 12:00 AM on April 10th 2010
Site closes at: 12:00 AM on

Event site:
Nordic Heritage Museum
3014 NW 67th St Seattle, WA 98117

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Madrone Baronial
Banquet
April 10, 2010 


 


As the
oldest Barony in the Kingdom of An Tir celebrates its
40th year, Madrone begins the festivities with the
annual Baronial Banquet.  This banquet is prepared
by the renowned

Madrone Culinary Guild,

famous for their outstanding medieval cuisine! 


 


This year, we will also be featuring Dance classes taught by
Master Trahaearn, (followed by a Ball after the Feast), an
Equestrian Heraldry class to prepare for the Emprise in
September, and Games for the enjoyment of all.  So plan to come and make a
day of it!


 

The feast will
feature Spanish cuisine.  Please contact Master Donal
Kernough [donal.kernough@hotmail.com or 425-516-9000, no
calls after 10pm please], the Guild kitchen head, if you need
specific information about the menu, or if you need to
request a vegetarian option.

 


 


Schedule:


Site opens
        
     
           
    10:00 AM


Dance class
#1               
        10:30
AM


Banner
Painting       11:00 AM-3:00
PM


Lunch
break                
   12:00-1:00 PM


Dance class
#2        
        1:00-2:00
PM


Heraldry
class                  
2:00-3:00 PM


Games
                
          
  1:00-3:00 PM


Processional        
           
3:00-4:00 PM


Court
begins         
           
4:00-5:00 PM


Banquet  
               
          
5:30-8:00 PM


Ball
begins               
             
    8:30 PM


Cleanup            
           
10:00-11:00 PM


Site closes
            
 
               
11:00 PM


 


 



Menu:


1st Course –
13th Century
 


         
From an Anonymous Andalusian (Moorish)
cookbook

                    
Ahrash – spiced meatballs with mustard
sauce


           
        
Sambusak – spiced garlic fried in flat
breads


           
        
Toledo Cheese Pies – puff pastry with
cheese filling


 


 2nd
Course – 14th Century
 


         
From the Libre de Sent Sovi an anonymous Catalan
cookbook



 
                   
Roast Pork with Sage


           
        
Almedroch
– garlic cheese sauce


           
        
Casserole of Eggplants and Cheese


           
        
Fried Asparagus


           
      
 
A Salad


           
        
Bread


  


3rd Course –
16th Century


         
From the Libre de Guisados, by Ruperto De Nola, head
cook
 
to the King of
Naples



 
                   
Limonada – chicken in Lemon
Sauce


         
          
Rice Casserole


           
        
Porrada
– leek soup


           
        
Spinach Picadas – with cheese &
currants


           
        
Olives


  


4th Course –
17th Century


        
Primarily from the Libro Del Arte de Cozina, by Diego Granado
an
 
official in the
court of Madrid’s kitchen



 
                   
Spicy Chocolate Drink – with hot
peppers


           
        
Tarts of Dried Apricot


           
        
Tortillon – a cinnamon and dried fruit
roll


           
        
Confits – candied fennel
seeds


           
        
Quince paste


   


       Note:
   All of the courses have a vegetarian
option
for the main dish, but this must
be


                     specifically
requested in advance when you make your
reservation!

 

Event
Reservations:



Feast & Site fee:
  
$23  (no on-boarding
available)


 


A $3 non-member surcharge will
apply. 
Feast tickets MUST be purchased in
advance.
 


Deadline for sending check is March
29.



 
  


 



There are 2-steps in the Registration
process:


 



1).  Please send an e-mail to reservations@baronyofmadrone.net
for event registration. 



            When
emailing your reservations, please include the following
information:



·        


 SCA and Modern names
of those attending 



                 
(your modern name will also help us to match your
reservation with your check)



·        


 Membership status  (member or
not)



·        


 Membership Numbers

and Expiration Dates


 



2).  Make checks payable to
“SCA, Inc Barony of Madrone” and mail
to:



                       
Barony of Madrone



                       
Attn:  Baronial Banquet



                       
P.O. Box 1715



                       
Seattle, WA  98111-1715


 


 
**
Until PAYMENT is received, your Reservation is not final.
**



We would like to have the Gate sheets
ready for check in at the
event.
  


 


Autocrat:
 



Gérard le Bon
d’Orléans (Gérard Cattin); 
gcattin@hotmail.com
  

Site
Information:


Nordic Heritage Museum


3014 NW 67th Street


Seattle, WA  98117


Map


 


Site opens at 10:00 AM and closes at 11:00
PM.

 



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