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Two Sausage Recipes from Cgm 384 II

Aside from the titles, they are pretty much exactly recipes #27 and #32: 55 To fill a gut Take a hindmost gut (hindern darm i.e. a rectum) and fill it thus: Chop a lung and bacon and spices and fill … 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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Fish Loaf Recipes from Cgm 384

There is an interesting, but rather crowded recipe in the collection that described how to turn fish – nothing less than the noble pike, too – into moulded show dishes: 33 Roast Pike Take pike or other large fish, remove … Continue reading

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Suckling Pig from Cgm 384 II

Another short recipe today: 28 Roast Suckling Pig Fill a young suckling pig thus: Take eggs and break them into fat and stir them well and thoroughly. Then take the lungs and the liver and the kidneys, or the lungs … Continue reading

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A Lung Sausage from Cgm 384 II

I am back from a long weekend in Nuremberg spent in the delightful company of a five year old. Hence less medieval Romanticism and more railway enthusiasm. The DB Museum is an awesome place to bring children if you are … Continue reading

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Garlic Honey Sauce for Goose

The recipe occurs twice in Cgm 484 II, with only slight variation: 23 Galantine (galray) for a goose A garlic galantine for a goose: Take a young goose that is prepared well and nicely and roasted. Take with this garlic … Continue reading

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Fieldfares in a Liver Sauce from Cgm 384 II

I’m not sure it’s a good idea, but that’s what the recipe says. 18 Fieldfares (reckolter fogel) Take fieldfares (turdus pilaris) that have been prepared cleanly, and when you take out the innards, thrust the stomach back in. Boil them … Continue reading

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Boiled Vegetable Dishes from Cgm 384 I

These two recipes are for kraut, a catchall term that can refer to boiled greens in general as well as culinary herbs or pickled cabbage. 13 Quail kraut Quail kraut: For this, take parsley and chard and cut it the … Continue reading

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Experiments in Sausage Making I: Lung Sausage after Rheinfränkisches Kochbuch

This weekend, I had the opportunity to join friends to experiment with medieval sausage recipes. The first was from the Rheinfränkisches Kochbuch and it is one I have been wanting to try for a long time. It turned out surprisingly … Continue reading

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Roast milk from the Rheinfränkisches Kochbuch

This recipe comes from the Rheinfränkisches Kochbuch, but it has many parallels in other sources. the dish seems to have been popular in Germany. 20 If you would make a roasted milk, take milk and eggs in equal amounts and … Continue reading

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