Pears in Wine Sauce Pears in a wine sauce PEERES  IN CONFYT. XX.VI. XII. Cury Take peeres and pare hem clene. take gode rede wyne & mulberes  oþer saundres and seeþ þe peeres þerin & whan þei buth ysode, take hem up, make […]
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Cow’s Milk Jance Le Viandier de Taillevent (1373-1380) Taillevent, p. 67. 209. Cow’s Milk Jance [Sauce]. Crush ginger with egg yolks, steep in cow’s milk, and boil. (BN manuscript, p. 34.) COW’S MILK JANCE Menagier de Paris (1393) Grind ginger, egg yolks without specks (embryos), […]
Honey Glazed Vegetables For the honeyed veggies I used Vigdis’ recipe. Turnips, carrots, squash, fennel root, parsley root: cook in a little water until almost tender. Add honey, and cook until liquid is mostly evaporated, coating all vegetables with the honey. (based on (MdP) Turnips […]
Green Garlic Sauce 155. Green Garlic [Sauce]. Taillevent, p. 47. Crush garlic, bread and greens, and steep together. [Note: this is in a section titled “How to make unboilded sauces.” So “steep” can’t mean boil.] VERDE  SAWSE. XX.VII. Forme of Cury. Take parsel. mynt. […]
Savoury Tosted or Melted Cheese Digby p. 228/177 Cut pieces of quick, fat, rich, well tasted cheese, (as the best of Brye, Cheshire, &c. or sharp thick Cream-Cheese) into a dish of thick beaten melted Butter, that hath served for Sparages or the like, or […]
Summertime Cerulean Blue Sauce Medieval Kitchen, p. 168, From Libro de arte coquinaria. Sapor celeste de estate Piglia de li moroni salvatiche che noscono in le fratte, et un poche de amondole ben piste, con un pocho di zenzevero. Et queste cose distemperatai con agresto […]
Cameline 152. To make Cameline [Sauce]. Taillevent, p. 47. Take ginger, plenty of cassia, cloves, grains of paradise, mastic thyme and long pepper (if you wish). Sieve bread soaked in vinegar, strain [through cheesecloth], and salt to taste. CAMELINE. Goodman of Paris. Note that at […]