A journey into the alchemy, science and history of the humors, food and the stars. Drinks Reception followed by a six course dinner inspired by Polish Renaissance Cuisine & featuring theatrical performances, music and guest speakers.
This event is part of the Polish independence centenary celebrations #PL100
Brought to you by Łukasz Konik and Professor Jarosław Dumanowski; renowned chef and food historian at the University of Nicalaus Copernicus in Toruń, Poland.
Cold starter: Pike à la Polska (late 15th c. Recipe)
Soup: Beer soup (late 16th c. Recipe)
Warm starter: Pierogi (Ravioli Dumplings) filled with Mutton (16th C. Recipe)
Intermezzo: Summer Fruit Sorbet with Flower vinegar
Main course: Goose with Apples and sauce à la Copernicus (Recipe from the oldest printed European cookbook)
Dessert: Polish ‘cannoli’ with whipped cream and Rosemary (from the English 16th c. and Polish 17th c. recipes)
Drinks To include: