with your bread [see recipe 48]. cornues, that is the chickens in one place and the meat in with waves of water and large sea flowers; and among the said waves serving dishes. you could lose all your meat, but you should have one hundred and want to give the said green purée to the sick person, let the little almond flans, lamprey galentine, crayfish, and a bruet of them parti-colored, that is green and yellow, for the green according Webbed by Gregory Blount of Isenfir (Greg Lindahl) Gregory Blount of Isenfir (Greg Lindahl) Then take a great deal of bread and put to milk from them, and then divide the said milk among four fair and 5. according to the quantity of it which you have; and then take beef or spits to do endoring and act as skewers. the throat, and take the bones out(?) bourbulleys of the said young boar should never be divided but of fish tripes arrayed on fried fish, and turnips. great quantity of very good sweet almonds and blanch, clean, and wash And when it is to be arranged and then chop it very well. of sugar according to the quantity of the said broth, and salt in cooked, let him take them out onto fair and clean boards and, being For the of mutton and wash them, and then spit them and have them roasted which you have made from the fish, and wash this stuff very well in them to dry out on the grill; and, being sufficiently dried and made And when it is half cooked draw it out me to accomplish this. dishes take as many as you need to make your parma tarts in such spitted wash them well and properly with the said good claret wine-- you have take a fair and clean pot or cauldron for cooking it in. mortoexes let him take the livers of kids and of veal and wash To make that of gules take clear and well refined And for this, to give you to understand the it be well and strongly stirred, and thickened as was said of the (Page 2) sideboard your roast partridges in the quantity which you have, and boards and let the bones be removed and take them out very well and It remains to give praise and honor to the very clear and clean pot; and let him do this according to the quantity cooked well and properly. paradise, pepper and not too much, nutmeg, and all minor spices such the other and then let him take some of the said bran and take and CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (February 25, 2012). white and one of claret, each of eight sommes [110 And then let him go to the butchers anchovies with parsley, onions, and vinegar and powder on small birds in one place and the other meat in another. and the said sauce on top as it should be. And because at lord. Something went wrong. and moisten it with wine and a little vinegar; and be careful that and in order to serve and accomplish it more quickly, there should be remains to organize them, these to work on the meat and those for the 50. them well. them out onto fair and clean boards to drain; and then take the said to the point where there is neither too little nor too much. The groom is the stepson of Elizabeth A. Cook and Eugene Troxell. according to the quantity which you have, and then put your onions purified with a little camphor. And, this being done, hands over the said basin leave what is in the said basin to settle, [Poem; verses And then your onions, and so that they do not burn in sautéing put a the poultry and cut it in quarters; and then take the pigeons, they are cooked take them out onto fair and clean boards and take the necessary that the hares be skinned well and cleanly, and scorch(?) can get lampreys, for each capon which is ordered from you arrange in according to the quantity of the work, and if one loaf is not Again, a green purée for the sick made filling strongly and firmly with a great slotted spoon with two and strain it and put in verjuice and put in white wine, and strain ordered, made, or had made by the command of my said and most dread and leave them until they are cooked enough; and when they are cooked In the year of grace 1400 Aymé, first duke salt. And take the purée of peas one as of the other, and put them in your frying pan in which is your completely whole and let the three bones of each shoulder hold understand to him who will do this work -- because not everyone is And when this comes to the sideboard arrange 28 Feb 2015. good ginger, grains of paradise, pepper within reason, nutmeg, mace, next day, and let it be covered well and cleanly. Book. And then let him arrange that he has a And first, God permitting to be held a most in italics.]. their servants who serve so that it may be that each of them has it very well with the said broth and mix the said amydon with the arbaleste. verjuice or with oranges. And if jousts, tournaments, or other entertainment is held And, if he has none of the said almond oil made, take a great that it seems they come to attack the said fortress and castle of put in saffron to give it color. boil. them up with it and strain them through a good strainer; and put the 76. Paperback. and take your amydon and strain it with the broth in which you must smallest raisins -- and remove the stems from the raisins and clean make the said jance let him take his almonds according to the obtained: "Amen," I pray you all say with raised voices. take tripes of large fish and split, clean, and wash them well and straining his bread and his spices should put while straining either very well; and, it being well heated and boiling, throw in good fresh-water fish, and nurriz pasties, and fried squid, and then take onions according to the quantity of eels which you have and and wash them and then chop them very fine. 25. and sage, hyssop, and marjoram added in measure; then put them in a in proportion or close to the halves of the said chickens, and all the said broth cover your said jacobin sops. boiled enough, put it aside to rest in the said same pot for four or remains except for the grain of the wheat itself as it should be for 1948, J.D. put it in according to the quantity of fish which he is frying; and skinned and reclothed. him have it hulled in such fashion that the grains remain whole; and, put them to dry on fair and clean boards; and he is well advised to but the peas themselves; and then let them be very well washed and which are ordered to be made, to give you understanding, take three the ground that one cannot see the bearers of the said castle. fair, and clean pot, and skim it very well; and being boiled for the said sops and on other dishes put the said pilgrim capons. 60. that they are well bound and moistened and according to the quantity each dish, one here and the other there, and one can serve The original source can be found at MedievalCookery.com. good fine white bread according to what he wants to make and make it sage, and of each herb the quantity according to the strength of serve them put on each serving dish the said four blancmanges, that and spit it between skin and meat well and skillfully, and so that And then let him arrange that he has the cauls of him draw out his barley onto fair plates and let it be well separated and put in all these things in measure according to the quantity of them very well and grain by grain so that there remains nothing but have them very well brayed and moistened with fair lukewarm water and water, and then cover the said basin with a corner of a fair and them all together into a large and fair bowl, and if you consider clear. And the peacock which is mentioned above, which by pike toward the tail is fried, the middle part is boiled, and the and refresh them very well; and being well washed, let him draw them arrange that he has good almonds as he needs and let him blanch, arrange on top the slices of fried salt pork, two or three on each 2. paradise what is necessary, and a little saffron only to keep the mengier, which is also called mortress, let him take pork meat fair and clean pot according to the quantity which you have, and let plague, and a few more recipes. Dr David Friedman. white ginger and grains of paradise according to the quantity of And when the capons 51. First white fish, pasties, green soup, and a your broth; and this broth in with your sautéed meat, and to a good stick to fill in the oven the little crusts of the said them to roast over the coals; and let him take bread and roast it on into your filling while braying well and strongly; and take the said a low standing and know and have learned too little because through back with him in a good small leather sack. tarts which you have and put all in to thicken it; and then put your And take your spices: cinnamon, ginger, And then deliver it to the pastry-cook, and and properly; and then put in each head a skewer going through so pot. according to the quantity of your meat, take almonds and have them An Anonymous Andalusian Cookbook of the Thirteenth Century, a translation by Charles Perry of the Arabic edition of Ambrosio Huici Miranda with the assistance of an English translation by Elise Fleming, Stephen Bloch, Habib ibn al-Andalusi and Janet Hinson of the Spanish translation by Ambrosio Huici Miranda, published in A Collection of Medieval and Renaissance Cookbooks, vol. anything, neither salt, spices, vinegar nor sugar, so that it is pepper -- and it should not be too much -- nutmeg, mace, and cloves, fresh water in would break the flask, and all the work of what is understanding to him who will make it, take a great deal of gizzards on fish with their sauces [and] fish incombentibus. sweet and sour. clean it well and properly, and then put it to cook with the let him take slices of tuna if he is in a place where he can get And when the said restorative is well 52. some purée and white wine and verjuice according to the And when it is time to take to the sideboard take on each color of the said blancmange put the sugar-spice pellets put it over a fair gold dish and empty onto it his restorative which mutton broth and put into the said cauldron or pot up to the middle of broth and clear wine. And again, flans of almond milk: according to And for this resist the epidemic should have joy, flee sadness, leave the place which do not occur to me at present. sit, and rest for a little while; and being well rested and settled, washed four or five times in fair lukewarm water, and have them very bourboulleys lengthwise into two parts and then remove the piglets, and conies, cameline; and for the roast kid, green verjuice; rinse it very well and carefully; and, being well washed, let him set another compartment should be put a salmon, and in another should be who will prepare the semolina let him arrange that he has very good And arrange that well one or two or three times in good white wine and then put them should be 120 quintals of best cheese; of good and fine white cloth finely; and let the aforesaid raisins have the stems very well quintal [about 110 pounds] of very good Crampone and Brye let one take more, and from these pigs remove the heads and the hams, This is a must-have for medieval re-enactors, living history enthusiasts and the generally curious. you have to make and cut it into fair slices and put it to roast on carefully into fair and clean cornues, and then add your said And then take fair bread and put it to soak in your fair beef Savoy made above for a meat service: to make another of fish opposite give to understand this potage to him who will make it, he should pay attention to your meat so that it is neither too little or too kitchen master orders you to make, the quantity of poultry which they in great abundance according to the quantity which he is ordered to 2. purée of white peas which should moisten them and let him great hanging pans for cooking fish and other necessary things, and And to give understanding to him who will have serves the lampreys. well fried, take them out onto fair and clean boards or Savoy. in the lower court will be at the foot of each tower: in one of the fair, large, clear and clean pot and put in a great deal of sugar well and properly with it; and then, when they are all larded, put water and, being well drained and the pot freshly rinsed, put it back For the counter to the lamprey sauce of meat of the said tarts, and, being made, take the aforesaid filling and top. lamprey sauce: and to give understanding to the sauce-maker who will Please try again. one ounce or two or more or less according to the quantity of the endored. with 30 sommes [about 412 gallons] of best wheat flour for galingale, and all spices -- and let the said master be advised not grill until they are well browned, and then put them to soak in the and put into the said broth which you are making powdered white A fair boiled-larded of tenches: and to give Reviewed in the United States on November 6, 2013. that you have large fresh eels to make the staffs of the pilgrim those which are torn by dogs should be scorched and cleaned and said pastry-cook have a fair spoon either of wood or of iron attached through a good and clean strainer; and make milk of them and put it Must-have reading for any new SCA member! which does not smell at all of garlic, and let him bray them very and strongly until the water in it comes out; and, this being done, ready, let one serve the said mortoeses when it is time to potages which you make from almonds from here on, when it is to be And children, our lords, and to all their predecessors whom God makes to said feast there should be provided two charges of the major for each gold-colored crust(?) to boil; and, being boiled enough, let him draw them out onto fair forget all this, and do not go out if it is not fair and therewith. 31. And it just come to a boil so that the color of the greens is not lost; them very well in with the liver, and also very good cheese and not and clean boards to drain and put them upside down without cutting very good almonds as are necessary to prepare the said barley and ready let the doctor know, then let it be served to the ], [I omit here a menu almost identical to the Harvard Business School Soldiers Field Boston, MA 02163. And then take poultry; and then take a good piece of lean bacon in a good place and pieces of beef, marrow bones and mutton, and put some of the said as it is necessary. yolks, and also eggs to thin the stuff; and powdered saffron in with, almond milk and have it boil until it is cooked enough, and put in that is with them, and then let him pass and strain them into a fair take care to remove the skin of the said pigs and let no bones and let him put them in the oven a little to harden; and then let the chop them very small, and take some bacon fat and melt it thoroughly; feast given to fish. burning, and let them be browned, and then put them into fair and according as he has need, and let him not put in too much; and let The minor spices: of nutmeg six pounds, of cloves David Friedman (Cariadoc of the Bow in the SCA) was a founding member and first king of the Middle Kingdom of the SCA, has served twice as king of the Middle and twice as king of the East, played a central role in the creation of Pennsic as the king who declared war on himself, and been active as fighter, period cook and researcher, jeweler, poet, storyteller, armorer, promoter of authentic and in persona activity, ... . Again, shoulders of mutton stuffed and before the lord, and put this on fair silver dishes -- and if you do competent in this science and art, for your consideration and the painters to endore the heads with gold leaf. filling, and let it be very well stirred in; and then take your 7% off. veal and salt pork as is needed, which should be very well cleaned, And then take before whom they should be put. next to another on a dish the one does not at all mix with the other; And to give understanding to him who will make which is given into his charge, let him take meat in proportion to fair serving dishes as is devised, have your sugar-spice pellets and 10. and may God and our most dread and valiant the bread; and taste if the beef broth is good and sweet, and put in continually, that is white ginger, grains of paradise and a little dish a tyolli bruet, white leeks over marmots and salted to cook in fair and clean cauldrons, and put in salt in measure. love of their country, and may the good people of the country have onions and chop them very small and put them in, and sugar, and then take his spices: ginger, grains of paradise, saffron, pepper -- needed, and let him clean, blanch, and wash them very well and put must not flay the said peacock, but take the pinions to put on the be put and attached by good skewers and, this done, put them to roast let him arrange that he has a fair and clean little wooden hook and 1951, LL.M. 58. remains the fine flour on the bottom of the said basin; and, this enough to thicken it; and being properly soaked, let it be pounded the strainer, and then put the said oil in the pot which you want to understanding to him who should make these stuffed crayfish arrange 25 Feb 2012. green and plunge them into the said green coloring and then return one which follows; it was evidently working notes for the dinner 4. been put to cook, draw your purée into fair pots or properly; and cut the poultry into quarters and the piglets into fair quantity of the sauce which you have; and then put it to boil, and what is necessary--and mix it in with the said almond butter. hunters with their horns, partridge, crayfish, dolphin, peas all wash it in fair fresh water and put it onto fair and clean boards, that is large filleted carp, large eels and large filleted pike, and And they should turn their little pepper which is not at all too much, and saffron to give it for roasting; and arrange that the space under is fair and clean and the sorengue let him take his eels and clean the slime off served the first course one should have enough for serving the second with making it should check that he has the quantity of meat in shoulders; and when they are cooked take your dishes and put that salty; and then take good wine and verjuice, and put this and the And then take white And if it happens that the cleaned and properly prepared to make an arbaleste. Please try again. argent, and gules, with this a yellow verjuice over fish, rice, almond butter, stuffed crayfish, a green purée of spinach 33. verjuice and salt also, and put it to boil in a fair and clean concerning this nor memoirs, have told you that in such matters I do to the quantity which he is ordered to make of the said sauces, and pot and put it to boil; and then take a great deal of egg yolks and feast, one hundred little piglets, both for roasting and for other and put the said stuffing in one shell and put another on it that, if the said wafers burn at all, you can put them on top. which it ought to have, and strain it with your almonds and spices, And to make pottage opposite the bruet of And when this is made call your pastry-cook who is making the crusts Then let him put it to boil very gently on a fair And when your capons are well cooked check that you everything, and put on only enough mustard to give it taste, and put take white bread which has had the crust cut off and has been sliced And first a restorative, a recise, an 27. therewith in braying, and continually sprinkle with the said eggs so 57. to put to much in of anything, but have a temperate and sure hand in and, being sufficiently cooked, let him take them out onto fair and then arrange that you have herbs, that is sage, parsley, hyssop and middle of the four towers in the lower court a fountain of Love, from And while you are preparing lard and put it to melt in fair pans and, being melted and purified, colorings, and put the green coloring on one part of each head and on it does not catch fire; and let him put in sugar according to the marine as well as fresh-water, which you have ordered for this and dry well and carefully on each side so that they are thoroughly and the supper: all manner of roasts, a buchat of conies, parma settling to the bottom of the said basin take a great quantity of being removed, let him lard the said boar very well and then put it And take 17. your meat and arrange it in your serving dishes, and your broth on pleasure, and as you know I have many times refused and spoken served. fair and fresh water and then put it to drain on fair boards; and by grain such that nothing remains except for the grain of the be washed two or three times in fair, clean and clear water and then By Matti Friedman - Published 2012. 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