The Bracebridge Dinner at the Ahwahnee Hotel serves modern gourmet food, but with a slight nod to the Renaissance in how it is labelled. Sookie’s menu seems to resemble it very closely.
Soup – Butternut squash (pumpkin) soup topped with cream (?) and rosemary
Fish – Trout
Peacock Pie – not really peacock, usually duck, capon, or quail, or even small game like rabbit. It’s usually a breast fillet wrapped in pastry.
Baron of Beef – a mostly British term for what is otherwise known as a top sirloin roast (a double sirloin). The Ahwahnee seems to serve instead a beef steak of superior cut, and so does Sookie.
Salad – usually with some sort of festive addition, such as cranberries and walnuts
Plum Pudding – prune tart (Martha Stewart has a recipe for this, perhaps Sookie used it?)
Wassail – a traditional hot mulled punch, made with spiced apple cider