Difference between revisions of "Forme of Cury"

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The '''Forme of Cury''' was the name given by [[Samuel Pegge]] to a roll of [[cookery]] written by the Master Cooks of King [[Richard II of England]]. This name has since come into usage for almost all versions of the original manuscript. It is by far the most well known [[medieval]] guide to cooking.
 
The '''Forme of Cury''' was the name given by [[Samuel Pegge]] to a roll of [[cookery]] written by the Master Cooks of King [[Richard II of England]]. This name has since come into usage for almost all versions of the original manuscript. It is by far the most well known [[medieval]] guide to cooking.
  

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