Tag Archives: 14th century

More about Fladen

Following the post about the fladen recipes from the Mondseer Kochbuch, we will look at the ones from the Buoch von guoter Spise today. Those with no access to Melitta Weiss Adamson‘s excellent translation will have to make do with … Continue reading

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Honey-Ginger-Garlic Sauce

I apologise again for my long absense – it was a busy week, and then I had the pleasure of spending the weekend in the company of a new friend helping with a wonderful history-inspired feast. I learned a lot … Continue reading

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Onion Sauce for Lords and Commoners

I cooked rabbit in a spicy onion sauce to accompany the chickpea pancakes. The original recipe is from the Tractatus de Preparandi … Omnia Cibaria. 11) This is the way to prepare rabbits and hares as well as kids and … Continue reading

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Experimenting with Chickpea Pancakes

This recipe comes from the Liber de Coquina, and it has been interesting me for quite a while: 9. — of gantis : to make gantas, take chickpeas and, having added over them sugar and white spices well distempered in … Continue reading

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A Middle Eastern Feast for Easter 2022

I am in no way an expert on the cuisine of the medieval Middle East, but two good friwends of mine who have hosted several of my feasts in the past both have SCA personas from that region, so we … Continue reading

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