At the medieval marked we shared dinner with our friends who let us into their camp, so I cooked for us all. I had some leftover meat pies from lunch and had brought some lamb sausages (which were sadly really greasy and not all that nice). To supplement that I cooked a medieval vegetable soup.
I adore goulash in the winter. It is warming and delicious – and it is the kind of slow food, that fills the house with wonderful smells throughout the day. This is my mom’s recipe, so it is by no means authentically Hungarian. This is the perfect winter weekend food. Perfect slow food for a cheep piece of beef and heaps of potatos. I also love making it over a campfire.