Wow, this is unbelievable. A writer posts an article with recipes about medieval cooking and a cooking 'magazine' steals it and publishes it in their magazine without letting the author know anything about it. When the author contacts them about plagiarising her work, they add insult to injury by telling her that anything on the Internet is 'free domain' and they had to edit it so much (i.e. change her medieval spelling) and since they had to edit it so much she should pay them!
Read all about it here: http://illadore.livejournal.com/30674.html
And see more info at Smart Bitches. They have set up a definition for Judith Griggs (the now famous editor) and it's now the number one link when you google Judith Griggs. Cool.