Earlier this week, I learned that there is a new book available about Viking era food:
Brooks, Craig. Eat like a Viking! A guide to Anglo-Saxon & Viking age food & drink. (May 24, 2019).
Independently published by a British reenactor, this book is available on Amazon.com and possibly elsewhere also. However, Amazon's page on the book includes enough text to suggest that it might be a useful edition to a Viking age food library. Mr. Brooks notes in his introduction that he wrote this text as a quick reference guide "of available food types" and to give ideas for recipes that could be cooked at reenactment events. To my knowledge, the information in his Introduction is correct, and his attitude is appropriate. He observes, in the close to his Introduction:
What follows is open to discussion, as these recipes are my take on what may or may not have been eaten by the Saxons and Vikings in the UK. It's been an interesting journey, experimenting with raw vegetables, and new cooking methods, some of which have made it into our daily cooking routines, which I hope will give you some inspiration too.
Amazon is charging USD $19.12 for this slender (109 pages) paperback. I would like to buy and read it, but at that price, I will not pay additional shipping for it; I'll wait until I can put together an order big enough to qualify for free shipping. In the meantime, if any of my readers have had a chance to peruse this book, please let me know in the comments.