Adapted from a recipe on The Hobbit
Eilene and her friends are still watching the Tolkien Ring Trilogy. For lunch I served them sausage, raw carrots, and lembas bread. Eilene is tied of beef, so I am making a pork stew for dinner. They have also requested more lembas bread (yes, it was that good).
Karl’s Wise Sage Stew
Eilene is having a bunch of friends over for a New Year’s marathon of Fellowship of the Rings. The first meal I made for them is a traveling lunch: sausage, lembas bread and raw heirloom carrot sticks. It is truly amazing how much teenage girls can put away.
Fellowship of the Ring Feast
Adapted from a recipe by Derek C.
Lembas Bread is travel bread; it should be nourishing, compact and sturdy. In quick breads the point is to knead the dough as little as possible, so that your bread soft and crumbly. For travel bread you want just the opposite. You want to knead the bread as much as you can to create the gluten that will make the bread tough, dense, and transportable without falling apart.
Karl’s Lembas Bread