Medieval Spanish Chef
CAMELLO WITH 10TH C RECIPE FOR CAMEL STEW
camel meat anyone? Photo from: run comrade camel. Villena stated that camels lived in Mayorca in the beginning of the 15 th C. Came...
ALLS ESQUESOS (Cat) - WITH 14th C GARLIC CHEESE SAUCE RECIPE
OCat anys esquesos , Eng garlic cheese sauce, a variant of almodrote .* It contains the basic ingredients of almodrote , grated cheese and g...
GALENO WITH 13TH CENTURY RECIPE FOR CHICKEN WITH MUSTARD
Galeno e Ipporcate Primo Maestro di Anagni Sotto: San Paolo, San Pietro, San Magno San Giovanni Evangelista Photo from: Bruno Cerboni...
ESPESO, -A, WITH 13TH CENTURY RECIPE FOR CHICKEN IN ROSEWATER SYRUP
Thickened Rosewater Syrup Photo by: Lord-Williams OCast espesso , Eng thick, to thicken. [ Ibn Razīn/Granja. 1960:72:22; Nola 1989: xi...
QUEIMÓN (GAL) WITH THE MEDIEVAL SPANISH CHEF'S HEAVENLY RECIPE FOR GALLEGAN CHEESECAKE
Cast . quesadilla , And. almohábana, Eng a cake or fritter in which the batter is mixed with cheese. It is an forerunner of the And...
COMINO WITH 13TH CENTURY MEATBALL RECIPE, THE PERFECT TWIST FROM MUNDANE TO UNIQUE
Cumin des prés In in 2 months the fruit can be used as seeds Photo from: Clarabena Gr. kyminon, L. Cuminum cymminum , Ar. ...
CABEZA DE CERDO WITH RECIPE FOR ROASTED PIG HEAD WITH CHESTNUTS
Photo by: Lord-Williams cachucha, cacheira, cachaza, cachirola (head of pork), pork meatloaf. 1. A Spanish version: the head of the pi...
PUCHERO, -A, WITH A 14TH CENTURY CHICKEN RECIPE SO DELICIOUS THAT LICKING THE BOWL IS A MUST!
Puchero Photo by: Lord-Williams 1. pot, cooking pot. It is smaller than an olla but has the same uses. 2. stew, a cocido consisting of...
POLVORÓN WITH A SPANISH RECIPE TO MELT IN YOUR MOUTH!
Fresh from the Oven Photo by: Lord-Williams tarta de polvorón (from polvo , dust), sweet or tiny cake, smaller than cupcakes, m...
HUEVO HILADO ADAPTED FROM GRANADOS' SPUN EGG YOLKS
Between the two fingers is a thread of syrup Photo by: Lord-Williams Port fios de ovos, Eng. spun egg yolks, candied egg yolk threads...
Saturday, October 23, 2010
there is other food for cutting. . . .)
, Eng. further, furthermore, besides, moreover. [Alonso, Luis Miguel. 1994:198; and Villena/Calero. 2002:43b]
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