The actual ingredients and preparation techniques are hard to come by, as the folks of Qacha's Neck, where the recipe originated, refuse to share it's details even if faced with death or torture (well maybe that's a stretch, but you get the idea)
The following is this writer's best guess based on months of research, and is written with some fear of reprisal by the town folk.
wine (which has begun to spoil- this is key!)
sweet and hot paprika
sheep's kidney and liver
savory (a greenish herb)
dried goats cheese
fermented carp brains (yeesh!)
mix all ingedients and grind. Wrap in sheep casing and boil. Then fry. Then sautee in mustard oil. Serve with beer or wine. Go to Comment
I like the subtle meloncholy flavor that seems to infuse this sub. Reminds me somehow of an impressionist scene painting. Love the (late?) medieval Italian vibe of course. Favorite takeaway is the image of stone cutters, masons, and perhaps future michaelangelos, clanging away at the quarries. Go to Comment
I love the name! Eye of the Pig invokes horror/terror, before you even begin reading it. I wish the details were a bit expanded on as others have mentioned. Also, I realize and understand that this is part of the Shards of the Storm Quest, but I feel that if it was a stand alone item, and its powers were radically different, leaning towards something more sinister, this would have been AWESOME! Go to Comment
Man developed skin cancer, and Arebek chortled with glee!
Man chose Ra, and Arebek screamed "No no no, ME!!"
Man moved to Florida and Arebek followed
Man invented sun screen and Arebek hollered! Go to Comment
To purify the water from a certain river the monks have carved a section of the river that goes over a stone bed. Through holy carvings of gods, godesses, and holy symbols and then the river flowing over them, it purifies the water making it safe for drinking and/or makes it holy water. For rivers that do not have natural rock bottoms, large smooth stones can be carved and added to the water to fully cover the bottom.