Medieval Spanish Chef
CENTOLLA WITH 15TH C RECIPE FOR CRAB IN GOLDEN SAUCE
Fresh Spider Crab at the Mercado de Maravillas, Madrid, Spain Photo by: MRSamper Cat cabra , OCat cabre, L. Maja squinado,...
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...
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...
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...
FUMARÍA WITH 13TH CENTURY RECIPE FOR FUMATORY SYRUP
White Ramping Fumitory (Fumaria capreolata) - closer view of flowers. Lynmouth, Devon Photo from: ikb hierba de conejo , palomill...
AJO WITH CREAMED GARLIC SOUP RECIPE
Photo by: Lord-Williams OCat anys, ayns, any, ays ayla, ayl, Cat alls, L. Allium sativum , Ar. thūm , Fr. ail, Eng. garlic,...
MELVA WITH 14TH CENTURY RECIPE FOR FRIED FISH IN ESCABECHE
Bullet Mackerel From: Fishes of North Carolina L. Auxis rochei, Eng. bullet mackerel, bullet tuna. It is pleasant tasting and very nutr...
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. ...
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...
PART II CHRISTMAS SPECIAL - A MEMORABLE MEDIEVAL SPANISH MENU
PRIOR PREPARATION LEADS TO PROPER EXECUTION The beauty of serving a complicated meal is to prepare as much as possible before hand to pre...
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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