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Medieval Cast Iron Cookery

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> * '''Sack''' --- White fortified wine imported from mainland Spain or the Canary Islands. Modern day white wine can be used as a substitute.

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> * [[Bratwurst Sausages]] ("To Make The Best Sausages That Ever Was Eat.<nowiki>")</nowiki>
> A simple recipe for homemade sausages...one that is still very popular today.
> === Medieval Cookbooks ===
> For a long time, I've been wanting to try cooking a genuine recipe from a medieval European cookbook. A number of these cookbooks, dating to the Middle Ages, have been photocopied and made available online, so the cookbooks are easy to obtain, and completely legal because they were published centuries before copyright laws came into effect. The tricky part is translating these recipes into something that can be cooked in a modern day kitchen.
> * ''[https://drive.google.com/file/d/1AUuVMmxei47MiMm4KmbY2lnWKiNTnZb1/view?usp=sharing The Compleat Cook]'' -- published 1656 AD


Medieval Ingredients

Some recurring ingredients show in these cookbooks, which are likely unfamiliar to modern day readers. Th

Recipes

Medieval Cookbooks

For a long time, I've been wanting to try cooking a genuine recipe from a medieval European cookbook. A number of these cookbooks, dating to the Middle Ages, have been photocopied and made available online, so the cookbooks are easy to obtain, and completely legal because they were published centuries before copyright laws came into effect. The tricky part is translating these recipes into something that can be cooked in a modern day kitchen.