This year we’ve hunted with the cavemen and sailed down the River Nile with the Egyptians (Liam’s first lapbook to be posted soon). For the past couple weeks we’ve been defending our castle and learning about the feudal system of the medieval period. We love food so as part of our study we decided to have a poor serf supper one day and then have a meal fit for a king another. Last week, we had pea soup, a hunk of bread and some cheese for supper and it was enjoyed by all. Yesterday it was time for our medieval feast.
It was quite the spread- potage, boiled eggs, meatballs, bone marrow, turkey legs, shrimp, smoked mackerel, sparkling grape juice.
It was an interesting meal…
The kids clinked their glasses, took a sip and declared the sparkling grape juice “not very good”.
Morgaine outright refused the potage.
They each grabbed a turkey leg and looked like they were going to devour them. However, like the potage and the sparkling grape juice it didn’t win them over.
Morgine refused to try anything else. The sight of all the meat completely turned me so the girls sat and watched the boys eat. Then as I was clearing everything away a little theif came and ate ALL the left over meatballs!