Across the lands of Enarion exist a variety of unique cuisine to be feasted on.
- 1 Delightful Delicacies of the Airon River Valley by Arthur Cumberhaven
- 1.1 Alosed Beef
- 1.2 Bukkenade
- 1.3 Heathen Cakes
- 1.4 Veal Tart With Cream
- 1.5 Ember Day Tart
- 1.6 Rique-Manger
- 1.7 Tart of Beets
- 1.8 Baked Meat Royale
- 1.9 Cormarye
- 1.10 Filets in Galyntine
- 1.11 Mylates of Pork
- 1.12 Capon Pie
- 1.13 Cinnamon Soup
- 1.14 Mawmeny
- 1.15 Baked Mallard
- 1.16 Fish Sausage
- 1.17 Fish Waffles
- 1.18 Salmon Pie
- 1.19 Vegetable Stew
- 1.20 Mushroom Tart
- 1.21 Apple Tart
- 1.22 Custard
- 1.23 Stuffed Potato
- 2 Other Cuisines
- 3 Drinks
- 4 Tea
Delightful Delicacies of the Airon River Valley by Arthur Cumberhaven
Here is compiled a list of your author’s favorite commonplace foodstuffs and included are recipes so that you, dear reader, may also partake in culinary enlightenment.
Sliced and roasted cuts of beef, lathered in a sauce made of onions, marrow, and herbal seasonings. Easy to share.
A stew made from cubic cuts of beef, eggs, and verjuice, with quickgrass and other mundane herbs added for seasoning. Energizing.
A thick meat pie made from a cornucopia of different ingredients, including beef, bacon, onions, carrots, celery, apples, eggs, pepper, and seasoning. Each batch produces half a dozen cakes.
Veal Tart With Cream
A sweet meat pie, made from veal, eggs, cream, sugar, and cinnamon. Delicious and filling, the recipes save time by combining dinner and dessert.
Ember Day Tart
A curiously crimson vegetable pie, made from beetroots, eggs, butter, sugar, and herbal seasonings. Tastes very sweet.
A bready dish made from a mixture of apple flesh, fried eggs, butter, and cream. Healthy and filling.
Tart of Beets
A lightly flavored vegetable pie, made from beetroots, eggs, and cheese.
Baked Meat Royale
A rich meat pie, made from ham cuts, sugar, marrow, and herbal seasoning. Warm and filling.
Roasted pork with a strongly flavored sauce made from garlic, wine, salt, pepper, and comfrey. A dish this exquisite fortifies the body against the elements.
Filets in Galyntine
Sliced cuts of pork tenderloin lathered in a sweet and spicy sauce, made from cocoa bean, flour, and chopped onions.
Mylates of Pork
A spicy meat pie, made from pork, eggs, pine nuts, cheese, and seasoning. Simple and satisfying.
A meat pie made from chicken, currants, prunes, quickgrass, and herbal seasoning. Popular among elven nobility.
A sweet stew made from chicken, butter, almonds, cinnamon, cocoa beans, and herbal seasoning. Delicious, but probably unhealthy.
A thick, gravy-like stew made from chicken, egg yolks, almond milk, rice flour, sugar, cinnamon, and herbal seasonings. Pairs well with bread or toast.
A meat pie made from duck, onions, verjuice, and seasoning. Very tart.
A faux-sausage made from salmon meat, currants, and celandine. Tastes just like the real thing.
Faux-waffles made from fish meat, cheese, flour, sugar, egg whites, fresh milk, and vegetable oil. Tastes just like the real thing.
A fish pie made from salmon meat, comfrey, and herbal seasoning. Simple and lightly flavored.
A medley stew made from beetroots, carrots, apples, cinnamon, sugar, pears, dates, cabbages, quickgrass, and herbal seasoning. Pleases every palette.
A simple pie made from mushrooms and cheese. Very filling.
A fruit pie made from apples, cream, sugar, and herbal seasoning. Very sweet.
A classic dessert made from cream, eggs, cocoa beans, sugar, and seasoning.
A baked potato with a chicken, marrow, and egg filling.
These may require learning in roleplay before creating!
Tea made from the agropyrum herb. Can be used to treat poison, quicken the body, treat stomach aches, and treat bladder diseases. Tastes bitter with an earthy aftertaste.
Tea made from the celandine herb. Can be used to treat stomach aches. Tastes hot and bitter.
Tea made from the maidenhair leaf herb. Can be used to increase focus soothe coughs, and stimulate blood flow. Tastes bland.
Tea made from the comfrey herb. Can be used to harden and protect the body against the elements. Tastes terrible.
Tea made from the yarrow herb. Can be used to treat coughs, headaches, fevers, and stomach aches. Tastes bitter but has a sweet aftertaste.
Tea made from the rue herb. Can be used as an antidote, to enhance eyesight, and to cure worms. Tastes terrible.