Tag Archives: 17th century

Buccaneer Cooking and Fun News

This Saturday, I got together with friends to try out some recipes, and this meeting had a histpry. When I had just found a publisher for my Landsknecht Cookbook, a friend in the SCA joked the only step down in … Continue reading

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Rolled Beef from the Brandenburgisches Kochbuch

Still dealing with the aftermath of the virus, so I apologise for missing out on yesterday’s recipe. Today, I want to share the experiment I did this week. It’s a seventeenth-century recipe recorded in the Brandenburgisches Kochbuch of 1723 (which … Continue reading

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Making Sauerkraut from the Oeconomia

I should be working on the Kuchenmaistrey, but there is so much interesting stuff in Coler. This is the oldest detailed recipe for sauerkraut I have found yet. No surprises here, just solid German cuisine. To lay in (einzumachen) a … Continue reading

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Travel sausages from the Oeconomia

Wayfaring supplies to ward off hunger and poor hostelries. How you can make good bratw├╝rst (Marginalia: To make bratw├╝rste well) It happens at time that a good man must travel and cannot get anything to eat at the inn (Herberge). … Continue reading

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