Medieval Monday – 15th Century Roasted Milk / 1400talls Stekt Melk

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Medieval Monday – 15th Century Chicken Pie / 1500talls Kyllingpai

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15th Century Tarte Owt of Lente / 1500talls Terte Upassende for Fasten

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Queen’s Gingerbread / Dronningens Krydderkake

A recipe from medieval times found on theguardian.comQueen's gingerbread_post

A dark, highly spiced slab gingerbread (what the Elizabethans would have called a sweetmeat) that’s rather firm like panforte, and ever so good cut into small diamonds to serve with brandy after dinner.

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Medieval Monday – Buttered Beere

A recipe for a real cockles warmer found on historyextra.com
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In every issue of BBC History Magazine, picture editor Sam Nott brings a recipe from the past. In this article, Sam recreates buttered beere – a sweet, slightly alcoholic drink that warmed the cockles in Tudor times.

This is an authentic Tudor recipe from 1588, taken from “The Good Huswifes Handmaide for the Kitchin”. It’s similar to a caudle, a drink of warm wine or ale with sugar, eggs and spices, renowned for its medicinal properties and popular at the same period.

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