Order of the Gobbled Frette

Founded: February 28 1987 AS21 – Renaissance Toga Party, Masonic Hall, Tusmore.

About: The Gobbled Frette is an Innilgard award for a specific cooking competition. The winner of a Gobbled Frette Cooking Competition is awarded a wooden frette token and is required to run another Gobbled Frette cooking competition within a year. The next winner is presented with the wooden token and the previous winner is presented with a pewter token.
The Gobbled Frette cooking competition is run separately to A&S competitions (and does not count towards the A&S Championship as it is a separate award) but is run under the same guidelines. Entries should be based on sources and/or resources from the SCA period which is generally considered to be pre 1600 CE.
Entrants should supply competition paperwork with their entries. Three forms are required and can be found here: http://lochac.sca.org/innilgard/forms-as.html.
Documentation to go with your entry is always a good idea. Some advice on writing A&S documentation can be found here:  http://artsandsciences.lochac.sca.org/documentation
Some links and resources on cooking in the SCA period can be found here: http://cooks.lochac.sca.org/web-resources-and-online-recipe-books/
Please be sure to maintain good food hygiene and handling practices: Food standards and safety | Australian Government Department of Health and Aged Care

A note on the Cooks’ Guild

Members of the Lochac Cooks’ Guild may like to use this competition as an opportunity to get comments on their recipe and submit it for ranking within the Guild (this is optional.) If you decide to do this, please supply a Guild submission form with your entry and ensure that there are a minimum of five serves of food available for tasting. Submission forms can be found at: http://cooks.lochac.sca.org/forms/
Members of the Lochac Cooks’ Guild aim to practice cooking in the style of the Medieval and Renaissance periods, research and study period cooking and make available information on all aspects of period cooking as it pertains to the Society for Creative Anachronism. If you would like to join the Guild, please complete a Membership form and give it to me (Fionn – Scribal Warden and Innilgard member of the Cooks Guild). Membership in the Guild is not required to enter the Gobbled Frette Competition and submission of recipes for comment and ranking is an optional part of Guild Membership.
Membership forms can be found here: http://cooks.lochac.sca.org/forms/

First recipient is Hassan ibn Ysau