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Meet The Author

Poster: Erick and Sue <bduck@fred.net>

Please excuse this announcement if you are not a fan of period cooking and
brewing.  My humble apologies for the interuption.

Cindy Renfrow, celebrated author of

A Sip Through Time (Brewing Recipes)


Take 1,000 Eggs or More, 2nd ed. (wonderfully documented period recipes)

will be at the Maryland Renaissance Festival Sunday, September 6th.

She will be visiting, Page After Page from 12 until 2pm, available for
discussion, chatting, and general socializing.  She'll also sign any books
you already own and any you purchase that day.

Page After Page is located next to Bullseye Leather and across from
Thunderhold Forge.

"Take 1,000 Eggs or More Contains" 2nd ed. In two volumes features:

400 documented 15th century recipes plus modern English translations;
over 100 modernized recipes in Volume One;
approximately 300 more period recipes in Volume Two;
more period woodcuts;
a standard glossary;
a glossary of common recurring phrases;
an improved index;
sample feast menus;
an expanded how-to section;
a bibliography;
number of suggested servings;
and much more.

"A Sip Through Time: A Collection of Old Brewing Recipes" In a single
volume, Containing hundreds of old recipes for

Ales & Beers,
Meads, Hydromels, & Metheglins
Caudels, Possets, & Syllabubs
Brandies, Liqueurs, & Distilled Waters
Cider & Perry
Methods & Cures

dating from 1800 B.C. to modern times.

We hope to see you there, Sunday September 6, from 12 noon to 2pm.

Thank you for your time,


Page After Page - bduck@fred.net  http://www.fred.net/bduck
Renaissance and Medieval Books.

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