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Proto-Backerbsen from the Inntalkochbuch

Today, a lovely recipe for a still-popular addition to soups. <<54>> Ein gmüs A side dish Make a batter with 3 eggs and pour (gews) the same batter through a strainer that has been heated in fat (into the pan). … Continue reading

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Boiled fritters from the Inntalkochbuch

Another gemüs recipe today, a complex side dish that I have yet to experiment with. <<53>> Ein gemüs A side dish Make a batter with 6 eggs and fry it like strauben (a kind of leavened fritter). Chop it up … Continue reading

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Hard custard from the Inntalkochbuch

We are back at simple translations, and looking at my schedule we likely will be at that level for a fair while. I do not foresee any cooking experiments for a few weeks, I’m afraid. This one is for a … Continue reading

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The Landsknecht Cookbook Booksigning Feast III

To continue from the previous posts: Thanks to a most gracious hostess, I was able to hold a booksigning party to mark the launch of my Landsknecht Cookbook and prepare a Renaissance feast for the occasion. First off: Yes, the … Continue reading

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The Landsknecht Cookbook Booksigning Feast II

To continue from yesterday’s post: Thanks to a most gracious hostess, I was able to hold a booksigning party to mark the launch of my Landsknecht Cookbook and prepare a Renaissance feast for the occasion. First off: Yes, the English … Continue reading

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The Landsknecht Cookbook Booksigning Feast I

My apologies for taking so long – the past two days were rather exhausting. Thanks to a most gracious hostess, I was able to hold a booksigning party to mark the launch of my Landsknecht Cookbook and prepare a Renaissance … Continue reading

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Marzipans and Date Balls for a Vigil

A friend of mine who is in the same medieval society as me was inducted into the “Order of the Laurel” last weekend. This is our club’s way of recognising outstanding achievement in the study and recreation of historical things … Continue reading

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Biscotti and May Dish for a Vigil

A friend of mine who is in the same medieval society as me was inducted into the “Order of the Laurel” last weekend. This is our club’s way of recognising outstanding achievement in the study and recreation of historical things … Continue reading

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Almond-stuffed Cookies for a Vigil

A friend of mine who is in the same medieval society as me was inducted into the “Order of the Laurel” last weekend. This is our club’s way of recognising outstanding achievement in the study and recreation of historical things … Continue reading

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Rainworms made of Peas

Another pea dish from the Inntalkochbuch. This one is easy, intuitive, and delicious. <<51>> Regen würm von arbaiss Earthworms from peas Item: boiled in lye, remove their skins and boil them until they are done. Pass them through a sieve … Continue reading

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