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'''Pasternak''' is [[Middle English]], and refers to a vegetable resembling the modern [[carrot]] or [[parsnip]].
 
'''Pasternak''' is [[Middle English]], and refers to a vegetable resembling the modern [[carrot]] or [[parsnip]].
  
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:'''FRYTOUR OF ''PASTERNAKES'' OF APPLES. XX.VII. IX.'''
 
:'''FRYTOUR OF ''PASTERNAKES'' OF APPLES. XX.VII. IX.'''
  
:Take skyrwater and '''pasternakes''' and apples, & parboile hem, make a batour of flour and [[ayrenn]], cast ale. safroun & salt. wete hem in batour and frye hem in oile or in grece. do Almaund Mylk. & serue it forth.
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:Take skyrwater and '''pasternakes''' and apples, & parboile hem, make a batour of flour and [[ayrenn]], cast þerto ale. safroun & salt. wete hem in þe batour and frye hem in oile or in grece. do þerto Almaund Mylk. & serue it forth.
 
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deltrocva Pasternak is Middle English, and refers to a vegetable resembling the modern carrot or parsnip.

Examples of use

The following is a recipe taken from the Forme of Cury

FRYTOUR OF PASTERNAKES OF APPLES. XX.VII. IX.
Take skyrwater and pasternakes and apples, & parboile hem, make a batour of flour and ayrenn, cast þerto ale. safroun & salt. wete hem in þe batour and frye hem in oile or in grece. do þerto Almaund Mylk. & serue it forth.