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>> No. 10044 Anonymous
27th October 2013
Sunday 11:53 am
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Has anybody of you tried their hand at mediaeval cookery?

Last year, I saw a documentary about 14th century cooking on telly, and they mentioned a recipe for "Goose Sause Madame".

Surprisingly tasty, it's a goose roast with a sauce made from grapes, apple, and quince and a few herbs which were really hard to come by because they have fallen out of use since mediaeval times.

So have you lads tried authentic mediaeval recipes?
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>> No. 10045 Anonymous
27th October 2013
Sunday 3:13 pm
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I watched a TV programme where they made authentic mincemeat mince pies, possibly a medieval recipe, I don't remember. It was basically the same as our modern mincemeat but with actual minced meat added. Fucking disgusting.
>> No. 10046 Anonymous
27th October 2013
Sunday 4:35 pm
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>>10045

I've floated the idea of doing actual meat mince pies before and people always seem disgusted by the idea. Is it to do with having meat combined with sweet flavours/fruit? I have no idea. Pisses me off because it's a perfectly reasonable idea.
>> No. 10047 Anonymous
27th October 2013
Sunday 10:42 pm
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>>10046

I thought meat and fruit was a pretty standard mix up? Apple and pork and... er, other stuff I guess. I'unno, I don't eat so good.
>> No. 10048 Anonymous
27th October 2013
Sunday 10:46 pm
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>>10047

My brother recently made lamb shank with cinnamon and sweet potatoes. Credit to him, it was very nice. Might ask him where he got that recipe from, or about the dishes country of origin.

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