A while back I read a whole wonderful series about the Saxon-Danish era in Engleland. (Angle Land) Now known as England.
The Circle of Ceridwen Saga (taken right from her webpage https://octavia.net/ Octavia Randolph)
Young women with courage. Swords with names. Vikings with tattoos. Warfare. Passion. Survival. Sheep. And Other Good Things…
Set in war-torn 9th century Anglo-Saxon Britain during the worst of the Viking predation, it tells the tale of the coming of age of 15 year old Ceridwen and her struggles to resolve the conflicts of divided political loyalties and the pull between heathen and Christian realms. The Saga continues on the Baltic island of Gotland in Books Four and Five, following Ceridwen and her circle into new challenges and adventures. Book Six returns us to Angle-land and the new generation.
Roasted Pork with green sauce…which is delightfully yummy. Everyone took one look at it and decided they were not going to like it. But they all tried it and fell in love with the bright, fresh flavor. In the cookbook, it is used on fish, but we had people who could not eat fish so I substituted the pork baked in a flour casing (which recipe I got from a Medieval cookbook I own.) FYI—you don’t eat the casing.
Browis was eaten for all meals, breakfast, lunch, dinner, anytime you were hungry. It was the meal of all goodness. We all agreed it was very yummy.