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Peeking into English Food from Recipes (14 th - 16 th Century). History of the English Language Hannah Jun 3, 2011 . What do people eat NOW?. What do You Eat?. What do English People Eat?. Now. Fish and Chips English Breakfast Waffle Haggis Pie and Mash. ?. What did people eat?.

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Peeking into english food from recipes 14 th 16 th century

Peeking into English Food from Recipes(14th- 16th Century)

History of the English Language

Hannah

Jun 3, 2011


What do people eat now

What do people eat NOW?


What do you eat

What do You Eat?


What do english people eat

What do English People Eat?

Now

Fish and Chips

English Breakfast

Waffle

Haggis

Pie and Mash

?


What did people eat

What did people eat?

Medieval

?

  • Bread

  • Fish

  • Meat

  • Vegetables


Recipes

Recipes


Waffle 1390

Waffle 1390

  • Waffres.

  • Take þeWombe of A luce, & seþe here wyl, & do it on a morter, & tender cheeseþer-to, grynde hem y-fere; þan take flowre an whyte of Eyroun & bete to-gedere, þen take Sugre an pouder of Gyngere, & do al to-gerderys, & lokeþatþinEyrounbenhote, & leyþer-on of þin paste, & þan make þinwaffrys, & serueyn.


Haggis 1430

Haggis1430

  • Hagws of a schepe.

  • Take the Roppis with the talour, and parboyle hem; than hakke hem smal; gryndpepir, and Safroun, and brede, and 3olkys of Eyroun, and Rawkreme or sweteMylke: do al to-gederys, and do in the gretewombe of the Schepe, that is, the mawe; and than sethehym an serue forth ynne.


Black pudding late 15 th century

Black Pudding late 15th century

  • To make A podyng of A nox or of A shepe

  • Take the blode and swyng hit with thy hand and cast a way the lumpys that kyeneth then take sewet of the same and mynse hit small and put in to þeblode also put in plenty of otyngryttsand fyll up thy ropeys with the same and sethe them and after broyle them When they be colde And serueþem forth.

Germany:

Blütwurst

France:

boudin noir

Brazil:

Chorizo

Argentina:

morcilla


Marcus gavius apicius 25bc

Marcus GaviusApicius 25BC

  • Small Sausage is Made Thus: Take the yolks of six hard-boiled eggs, chopped pine nuts, onion and sliced leeks, and mix with blood [and forcemeats]. Add ground pepper and fill the casing with the stuffing. Cook in stock and wine.


Black pudding in taiwan

Black Pudding in Taiwan?

The Pig’s Blood Cake!


Old recipes vs new ones

Old Recipes vs New Ones

  • No lists of ingredients

  • Quantities were not often specified!

  • Temperature control was not specified!

  • Cooking times were vague

  • Readers would already have some knowledge of cooking


Peeking into english food from recipes 14 th 16 th century

List of ingredients/ Quantities

Cooking time

Temperature


Resources

Resources

  • http://www.medieval-recipes.com/index.htm

  • http://www.godecookery.com/godeboke/godeboke.htm

  • http://www.medievalcookery.com/

  • http://www.celtnet.org.uk/recipes/the-forme-of-cury.php

  • http://midenglishrecipes.blogspot.com/

  • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Medieval_cuisine

  • http://historicalfoods.com/food-history-index

  • http://medievalcooking.org/sca-resume/

  • http://www.elizabethan-era.org.uk/black-pudding-old-recipe.htm

  • http://www.blackpudding.org/2011/04/13/the-first-black-pudding-recipe/


Bon app tit

Bon Appétit!


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