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Fake Hard-Boiled Eggs

From the Kuenstlichs und Fuertrefflichs Kochbuch, another recipe for fake eggs. 63 Hard-Boiled Eggs with Almonds Take blanched almond kernels, grind them small, and colour yellow as much as is required for the yolk. Take eggshells and pour out (thus… … Continue reading

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Another Liver In a Caul Recipe

Life continues to throw stuff my way, so I apologise for missing another day. Today, there is only a short and familiar recipe from the Kuenstlichs und Fuertrefflichs Kochbuch: 37 To Roast Calf Liver Boil the liver and salt it. … Continue reading

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Three Recipes for Sick People

From the Kuenstlich und Fuertrefflichs Kochbuch: 23 Frying Kuechlein for Sick People Take a quarter of a hen that is boiled, the ‘crumb’ (prosem – i.e. the meat?) of it, cut it small. Take plums, remove the stones, and also … Continue reading

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Three Recipes for Sauce and Serving Bread

These are from the Kuenstlichs und Fuertrefflichs Kochbuch, and they are interesting. 12 To Make a Lebersultz Take half a square of Leipzig gingerbread (Leckuchen) and cut it small into a glazed pot that holds 3 Maß. Pour a little … Continue reading

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Another two recipes for Kroseier

This time they’re from Cgm 384 II: 67 Fritters of kroßayer To make kroß ayer, break open eggs at the broad end and beat them very well. Add pepper and saffron and chopped parsley and sage. Cook (röschs) them in … Continue reading

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Another Roasted Milk Recipe

This one is from Cgm 384 II 46 Roasted milk Roasted (Brauten) milk: Take eggs and milk in equal amounts, beat it together and add salt and saffron, as much as it needs. Put it into a pot and hang … Continue reading

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Boiling Fritters in Cgm 384 II

These recipes belong in a tradition of first making fritters, then cooking them to a mush. It is an odd idea to us, but seems to have been quite popular back then: 36 Spoon Dish (Muoß) Fried (Gebrauten) muoß: Take … Continue reading

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Sauce for Beef from Cgm 384 (and everywhere else)

As we return to Cgm 384, this is one recipe we find in almost every recipe collection: 35 Sauce (Seltz) for a Loin Roast (lentpraten) Take the loin roast of a calf and roast it. Take rye bread and vinegar … Continue reading

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Scrambled Eggs Returned to their Shells

This is an interesting recipe from Cgm 384 II explaining a few common techniques for cooking fancy dishes: 34 A Dish of Eggs (ayer essen) A dish of eggs: Take 20 eggs and boil them in water so that the … Continue reading

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Liver in a Caul from Cgm 384 II

A quick recipe today because it’s been a busy day: 32 Roasted Goat Liver Take the liver of a billy goat (aines bockes leber) and chop it small while it is raw. Chop eggs and white bread with it, wrap … Continue reading

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