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== Medieval recipes ==
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A '''recipe''' is a set of instructions designed to instuct the reader on how to make something, particularly food. While modern recipes are quite precise in their instructions, recipes from [[period]] tend to be more [[Cider-beef stew|ambiguous]], and are sometimes little more than ''aides memoires'' for the cook. For this reason period recipes often require not only translation into modern English, but also [[redaction]] into a more modern style and interpretation to fill in missing information.
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==Recipes on Cunnan==
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All redacted recipes on Cunnan can be found on the [[:Category:recipes]] page. Some recipes are linked from pages grouped under [[period foods]].
  
 
=== Basic stuff ===
 
=== Basic stuff ===
*[[cream (recipe)|cream]]
 
 
*[[butter (recipe)|butter]]
 
*[[butter (recipe)|butter]]
*[[herb butter (recipe)|herb butter]]
 
*[[spice butter (recipe)|spice butter]]
 
 
*[[almond milk (recipe)|almond milk]]
 
*[[almond milk (recipe)|almond milk]]
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*[[Ghee (recipe)|Ghee]]
  
=== Soups ===
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===Medieval sources===
* [[Blood soup (recipe)|Blood soup]]
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*[[Forme of Cury]]
  
=== Meats & Mains ===
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==External Links==
* [[Coleslaw (recipe)|Coleslaw]]
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*http://www.pbm.com/~lindahl/food.html
* [[Lamb fritters (recipe)|Lamb fritters]]
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* http://www.panix.com/~nexus/cooking
* [[Makerounss (recipe)|Makerouns]] - medieval macaroni cheese!! :D
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* http://moas.atlantia.sca.org/wsnlinks/index.php?action=displaycat&catid=63
* [[Mushroom and Cheese pastries (recipe)|Mushroom and Cheese pastries]]
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* http://www.medievalcookery.com/search.shtm
* [[Pies of Parys (recipe)|Pies of Parys]] - Mincemeat Pie
 
* [[Cornish pasties (recipe)|Cornish pasties]]
 
* [[Cheese and saffron tart (recipe)|Cheese and saffron tart]]
 
* [[Spanakopitta (recipe)|Spanakopitta]] - Spinach pie
 
* [[Flemish meat stew (recipe)|Flemish Meat stew]] - recipe with beer
 
* [[Chicken with oranges and lemons (recipe)|Chicken with oranges and lemons]]
 
* [[Mutton in beer (recipe)|Mutton in beer]]
 
* [[Garlic lamb (recipe)|Garlic Lamb]]
 
* [[Armenian Lamb(recipe)|Armenian Lamb]]
 
* [[Caneline Beef Pie(recipe)|Caneline Beef Pie]]
 
* [[Grilled Venison in Juniper Berry Sauce(recipe)|Grilled Venison in Juniper Berry Sauce]]
 
* [[Koupepia(recipe)|Koupepia]]
 
  
=== Vegetables ===
 
* [[Leeks and Mushrooms (recipe)|Leeks and mushrooms]]
 
* [[Winter Squash or pumpkin soup (recipe)|Winter Squash or Pumpkin soup]]
 
  
=== Sweets and Desserts ===
 
* [[Gingerbread (recipe)|Gingerbread]] - medieval gingerbread, using ginger and bread.
 
* [[Apple and Orange tart (recipe)|Apple and Orange tart]]
 
* [[Pear tart (recipe)|Pear tart]]
 
* [[Aebleskiver (recipe)|Aebleskiver]]
 
* [[Baked apples (recipe)|Baked Apples]] (with beer)
 
* [[Raisin and fig cream (recipe)|Raisin and Fig cream]] - it doesn't get any more SCA than this recipe! ''*cringe*''
 
* [[Subtelties]]
 
* [[Baked custard pie (recipe)|Baked custard pie]]
 
* [[Angels food (recipe)|Angels food]]
 
* [[Fritters (recipe)|Fritters]] - awfully like pancakes...
 
* [[Heathen peas (recipe)|Heathen peas]]
 
* [[Daryoles (recipe)| Daryoles]] - Strawberry and cream pie
 
* [[Quince marmalade (recipe)|Quince marmalade]]
 
  
== Medieval recipes online: ==
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[[Category:food]][[Category:recipes]]
* http://moas.atlantia.sca.org/topics/cook.htm - A collection of links to Medieval online recipes.
 
* http://www.florilegium.org/
 
* http://www.godecookery.com/
 
* http://www.users.wineasy.se/chaos.productions/food1.htm - Food of [[renaissance]] [[Sweden]]
 
* http://www-2.cs.cmu.edu/~mjw/recipes/ethnic/historical/med-anglosaxon-coll.html - A collection of [[Medieval]] and [[Anglo-saxon]] recipes
 
* http://www-2.cs.cmu.edu/~mjw/recipes/ethnic/historical/med-european-coll.html - Medieval European recipes
 

Latest revision as of 12:37, 26 January 2011

A recipe is a set of instructions designed to instuct the reader on how to make something, particularly food. While modern recipes are quite precise in their instructions, recipes from period tend to be more ambiguous, and are sometimes little more than aides memoires for the cook. For this reason period recipes often require not only translation into modern English, but also redaction into a more modern style and interpretation to fill in missing information.

Recipes on Cunnan

All redacted recipes on Cunnan can be found on the Category:recipes page. Some recipes are linked from pages grouped under period foods.

Basic stuff

Medieval sources

External Links