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The Medieval Cookbook

Medieval Cookbook includes recipes inspired by those in medieval manuscripts, which are surprisingly tasty to the modern palate!

Medieval cookbook - Taking the time to print this out and bind into a nice book or leather covered binder could be considered largesse for your local Royal's to give.  Please keep the original website as it is; give credit where credit is due after all!!

Medieval cookbook - Taking the time to print this out and bind into a nice book or leather covered binder could be considered largesse for your local Royal's to give. Please keep the original website as it is; give credit where credit is due after all!

Recipes from The Tudor Kitchen :http://www.medievalists.net/2015/09/17/recipes-from-the-tudor-kitchen/

Get recipes on A Dysschefull of Snowe – Strawberries on Snow and Steamed Asparagus Spears in Orange Sauce

The Shakespeare Cookbook

The Shakespeare Cookbook

Madrone Cuilinary Guild produces a series of small pamphlets called the Feudal Gourmet series. Primarily recipe collections from past Banquets based around specific eras and locales, the pamphlets generally include a brief overview of the cuisine. Each recipe includes the original medieval text when possible and then a modern reconstruction (with a translation into modern English if necessary).

Madrone Cuilinary Guild produces a series of small pamphlets called the Feudal…

German cookbook, published in 1581, including "Three and Eighty Things to do with an Ox"

Marx Rumpolt was head cook to Elector of Mainz, Daniel Brendel of Homburg. His cookbook, Ein new Kochbuch (lit. "A New Cookbook"), written in was the first textbook for professional chefs in training.

{Cooking and Dining in Medieval England, Peter Brears.} The best book on medieval food I've read so far. It's huge, detailed, filled with the author's illustrations and covers every aspect you can think of. Truly impressive.

{Cooking and Dining in Medieval England, Peter Brears.} The best book on medieval food I've read so far. It's huge, detailed, filled with the author's illustrations and covers every aspect you can think of.

"How to Cook a Feast" by Dame Helen of Greyfells - a 50-page pdf to download

"How to Cook a Feast" by Dame Helen of Greyfells - a 50-page pdf to download

Medieval Food and Cooking - Food in the Middle Ages

Medieval Food and Cooking - Pottage Recipes of The Middle Ages

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