I accompanied my wife, the reknowned Earth Priestess of Clearwine, to Bagnot, where we enjoyed the hospitality of one of the finer taverns in that city. As was common in that town, the menu was such that it catered simultaneously to partisans of the king, the general, and the warlord. My Yelmalion friend was annoyed by the amount of bird, but like the rest of us, he greatly enjoyed the beef rolled around apples and herbs. And the tavern even had good wine from Sartar!
I didn’t get a chance to try the cornbread, but I was assured that Furthest has far better cornbread than Bagnot.
I understand there is particularly good beer in Dunstop – they grow much barley once you get further away from Wintertop. However, I did not trust the wheat beer of Bagnot and kept to the Sartarite wine. I needed to travel in the morning and so avoided the mead!
And their barleywine is awesome as well!
Are the sweet eggs actually sweetened like a dessert? Claudia Loroff – No, Eggs, a mix out of fish sauce, vinegar, egg yolk and honey. Found it in a Roman receipt book and made a variation of it. It’s supposed to be an appetizer.