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Recipe from The Medieval Cookbook by Maggie Black "Rosee. Take thyk milke; sethe it. Cast thereto sugur, a gode porcioun; pynes, dates ymynced, canel & powdour gynger; and seeth it, and alye it with flours of white rosis, and flour of rys. Cike utl salt it & messe it forth. If thou wilt in stede…

Recipe from The Medieval Cookbook by Maggie Black "Rosee. Take thyk milke; sethe it. Cast thereto sugur, a gode porcioun; pynes, dates ymynced, canel & powdour gynger; and seeth it, and alye it with flours of white rosis, and flour of rys. Cike utl salt it & messe it forth. If thou wilt in stede…

Honey Cakes: An ancient treat, dripping with honey goodness, very easy to make. And addictive. Perfect with afternoon tea. From The Circle of Ceridwen Cookery Book(let) / A Journey though Medieval Life octavia.net

Honey Cakes: An ancient treat, dripping with honey goodness, very easy to make. And addictive. Perfect with afternoon tea. From The Circle of Ceridwen Cookery Book(let) / A Journey though Medieval Life octavia.net

Bukkenade - There are a number of medieval recipes for this dish. This is a version of the more common ones, using beef instead of veal. The result is a pleasantly different and spicy stew, perfect for dunking slices of bread.  If hyssop is unavailable, leave it out. If verjuice is unavailable, use 1/4 cup wine and 1/8 cup lemon juice England, 15th c.

Bukkenade - There are a number of medieval recipes for this dish. This is a version of the more common ones, using beef instead of veal. The result is a pleasantly different and spicy stew, perfect for dunking slices of bread. If hyssop is unavailable, leave it out. If verjuice is unavailable, use 1/4 cup wine and 1/8 cup lemon juice England, 15th c.

Daryoles Medieval Custard Pie Recipe.   A variation on a dish featured in "Two Fifteenth-Century Cookery-Books" by Thomas Austin

Daryoles Medieval Custard Pie Recipe. A variation on a dish featured in "Two Fifteenth-Century Cookery-Books" by Thomas Austin

St. Brigid's Oatcakes - An Irish tradition for St. Brigid's Feast Day of February 1.

St. Brigid's Oatcakes - An Irish tradition for St. Brigid's Feast Day of February 1.