Tag Archives: Medieval

Medieval Haddock In Tasty Sauce

This is a slightly strange yet interesting dish that I’ve decided to try out. It was a fish recipe which made use of of brown ale to cook. I must say, the sauce is not for the faint-hearted, and because … Read more

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Medieval Classic Baked Custard

This is possibly the English version of the Japanese Chawanmuchi, though a lot creamier due to the milk content that makes it into a custard. The taste of the custard is otherwise quite plain, which is why it’ll be nicer … Read more

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Medieval Jowtes With Almond Milk

This soup gives a rich and dark green colour when it’s cooked. It would perhaps scare anyone away from it, given its unappetising colour and menacing outlook. Nevertheless, it is packed with Vitamin A and C and a great source … Read more

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Medieval Girdle Bread On A Modern Griddle Pan

Two years ago, I told myself (and the rest of the world in a previous blog post) that I was going to try to make girdle bread soon. Today, I finally got down to doing it. The tradition of making … Read more

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The Medieval Cookbook That I Read

The Medieval Cookbook by Maggie Black. Source: The Folger Shakespeare Library It must be strange to hear of anyone reading an entire cookbook, but that was what I just did. This book provides a fantastic insight beyond the dishes these … Read more

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