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Day 653: Viper Wine

To say that Viper Wine is an unusual novel is to make an understatement. The novel is based on events in the lives of historical characters, but its narrative style is wildly creative, including many anachronisms and quotes from both modern and historical sources, even computer code. 331 more words


To posit the posset

February has rolled in and with it the proliferation of sniffing, sneezing and hacking coughs ubiquitous in your local environment. If you are unlucky enough to have befallen this dreadful predicament, … 961 more words

Wellcome Collection

A concise history of clotted cream

It is with great pleasure that we welcome back Maya Pieris as today’s guest author. Maya has a passion for food history and, as a founding member of Bridport’s History Girls group, she has plenty of experience in recreating historic recipes. 770 more words

History Of Food

Brewing - Digby's Small Ale for the Stone

First then, it is a singular remedy against all melancholick diseases, Tremor cordis, and Maladies of the spleene. It is purgative and of great operation against all gripings of the small guts.

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7.1 Wine Mead

At the departmental wine tasting on 30 Sept 2011, we had the theme “alcohol made in Santa Cruz County”.  As this was the first tasting of the academic year, participation was high and we had many bottles of beer, wine, and fruit wine to taste.  1,650 more words

Streams in the Desert (Volume 2-Charles Cowman)

“Ang mga ito’y mga magpapalayok at mga taga-Netaim at Gedera. Doo’y naninirahan sila na kasama ng hari para sa kanyang gawain.” 1 Cronica 4:23 ABB… 700 more words