Medieval Spanish Chef
MELÓN WITH 4TH C A.D. RECIPE FOR MELON DRESSING FOR APERITIFS
Faces of Ancient Europe Photo of Luis Meléndez - Still Life with Melon and Pears L. Cucumis melo , Ar. destbuya or bettīh , Fr. melo...
GAZAPACHO WITH A 15TH CENTURY RECIPE WITH NO TOMATOES
Peeling Almonds to Make Almond Milk Photo by: Lord-Williams (from Ar. “soaked bread”), cold garlic soup. Surprised? Gazpacho was not “a...
ADAFINA WITH RACHEL COHEN'S MEDIEVAL RECIPE
Dafina Pot Sealed in Flour and Water to insure that no non-Kosher Ingredients could be added Photo by: Lord-Williams OCast adefina , A...
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...
HAMÍA WITH A SEPHARDI MEAT STEW TO LICK YOUR FINGERS!
Pot Sealed Shut with Flour and Water Paste Photo by: Lord-Williams hamín de berzas, jamín (fr Heb warm, kept warm overnight for co...
CASCAUALLO WITH 13TH C RECIPE FOR MOORISH GOURD SOPES
Caciocavallo Silano DOP Photo from: La Compagnia del Cavatappi It caciocavallo (cheese on horseback), a cheese used in dishe...
ELECTRONIC SOURCE BIBLIOGRAPHY-
Electronic Sources: Abd ar-Rahman I biography .ms . June 6, 2005. June 6, 2005. Abderrahman Jah, Cherif. “Í Aromas De Al-Andalus.” La Na...
Abbreviations used in the texts of this blog: acc. accounts adj. adjective A.D.Anno Domini (in the year of the Lord) adv. adverb Alav és, ...
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. ...
BIBLIOGRAPHY - BOOKS - SPANISH FOOD OF THE MIDDLE AGES
Please note electronic sources are not listed. These will be included in a separate posting. Allende, Isabel. Aphrodite. Trans. Margaret S...
Wednesday, February 13, 2013
thick and long wax-candle that can be inserted into a candelabra, see
. They were commonly used in dining halls and churches during the Middle Ages. [Gázquez.
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