The spring feast of fire, celebrates the coming of spring with the legend of legend of St. Walbuga, an English-born nun who lived at Heidenheim monastery in Germany and later became the abbess there. Walburga was believed to have cured the illnesses of many local residents. After her death she was canonized as a saint on May 1. The Order offers a costumed celebratory feast! Serving up slow smoked whole pig, apple currant chuntey, sauerkraut, Perogies, nut loaf, mushroom gravy, bread on a stick cooked over an open flame, kitchen green salad with edible flowers, and for dessert, and grilled apples.
This meal was prepared with pickling, fermenting, souring, smoking, grilling, open flame, and a bit of boiling.
preparing the dough
ready to rise
Bread on a stick, ready for cooking.