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#141 Sat 08 May 10 2:48pm

TerryKay

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Re: Medieval cooking

Anna wrote:

If it's still available on iPlayer, Clarissa Dixon-Wright did a one-off show cooking from the Forme of Cury a few months ago.

PS:  The revival of this thread has reminded me I promised to do a proper post on medieval food - I will get round to it eventually.   oops

YA  SUPERSTAR LEG END YOU!
Gonna go see if I can find it.
Bye for now.


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#142 Sat 08 May 10 3:31pm

Anna

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Re: Medieval cooking

It was called Clarissa and the King's Cookbook.  The season guide is here (BBC4 Medieval Season or something).  http://www.bbc.co.uk/bbcfour/medieval/cookbook.shtml and the actual episode is here: http://www.veoh.com/browse/videos/categ … 48G84dj5dD

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#143 Sat 08 May 10 6:56pm

foodieinUSA

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Member since Tue 23 Mar 10

Re: Medieval cooking

Thank you Anna---I will savor this episode later this evening.
Can't wait.  Thank you! thumbsup

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#144 Sat 08 May 10 11:04pm

TerryKay

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Re: Medieval cooking

Anna wrote:

It was called Clarissa and the King's Cookbook.  The season guide is here (BBC4 Medieval Season or something).  http://www.bbc.co.uk/bbcfour/medieval/cookbook.shtml and the actual episode is here: http://www.veoh.com/browse/videos/categ … 48G84dj5dD

FANTASTIC!


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#145 Sat 08 May 10 11:10pm

TerryKay

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Re: Medieval cooking

Fancy hedgehog for tea?

Gut and clean it.
Pack it in clay rich mud.
Throw it on the fire.
Done.

The clay holds in moisture like an oven chicken brick. It protects the hedgehog from direct heat. Also the clay harden to the spikes (hairs) making it easy peel.


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#146 Sun 09 May 10 1:36am

TerryKay

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Re: Medieval cooking

Here is the Forme Of Cury with one of the 'Two Fat Ladies', Clarissa on youtube.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FuvbtFOm01o

Look at the the footage of the young king at 1min-30secs.
Remind you of anyone?

Who said time is linear? Pah!

Meant to follow 4 bears?!?
They don't call him Goldilocks for nothing.


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#147 Sun 09 May 10 5:12am

frizz1974

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Re: Medieval cooking

Anna wrote:

If it's still available on iPlayer, Clarissa Dixon-Wright did a one-off show cooking from the Forme of Cury a few months ago.

PS:  The revival of this thread has reminded me I promised to do a proper post on medieval food - I will get round to it eventually.   oops

Yes you did, I had forgotten all abotu that Missy!

Foodie -  dont worry, Ashen is just jealous of my higher post count & likes to stir me about being a chatterbox...  lol  wink  tongue

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#148 Sun 09 May 10 5:45am

Ashen

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Re: Medieval cooking

tongue


Only a fool argues with a skunk, a mule or a cook.  { cowboy saying}
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#149 Sun 09 May 10 10:59am

Lemonman

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Member since Fri 10 Oct 08

Re: Medieval cooking

I know somebody how is  trying to make a book about this. whistle
But then old  Dutch food with some small changes to modern time ( so people still like to eat it ).

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#150 Sun 09 May 10 3:59pm

nanstertoo

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Member since Tue 17 Jun 08

Re: Medieval cooking

That was great Terry Kay and Anna...I always loved watching The Two Fat Ladies and have a few of their cookbooks, but missed that episode.

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