A medieval food and recipe site. I am sooooo going to come back to this site and make some of these delightful dishes!!!

Food History Jottings: Of Lumbard Pies, Green Puddings and Pennyroyal Dumplings

Old English Tudor Cheesecakes to serve with tea in the cottage!

Maids of Honour - Old English Tudor Cheesecakes

Maids of Honour - Old English Tudor Cheesecakes. The precursor of the modern baked cheesecake.

Honey Cakes: An ancient treat, dripping with honey goodness, very easy to make. And addictive. Perfect with afternoon tea. From The Circle of Ceridwen Cookery Book(let) / A Journey though Medieval Life octavia.net

Honey Cakes: An ancient treat, dripping with honey goodness, very easy to make. And addictive. Perfect with afternoon tea. From The Circle of Ceridwen Cookery Book(let) / A Journey though Medieval Life

Medieval Lemon Cake Recipe (don't let the source deceive you, it is indeed from an actual medieval text)  ✓

Medieval Lemon Cake Recipe (don't let the source deceive you, it is indeed from an actual medieval text) ✓ - GAME OF THRONES FOOD!

If you fancy a beef stew, this recipe which calls for red wine, honey, spices and breadcrumbs has a great medieval flavour, enhanced by ground almonds.

Medieval Food: Beef y-Stywyd, Stewed Beef. A recipe from century England found at Gode Cookery

Medieval Fig Tarts

yummy fig tarts, based on a medieval recipe. I know what I'm making this weekend!

Medieval Peasant Potage.  Might be fun to make before our planned feast to help compare and contrast what the peasants would eat versus the nobility and what types of foods were available to you based upon economic class, resources, and social class.

Might be fun to make before our planned feast to help compare and contrast what the peasants would eat versus the nobility and what types of foods were available to you based upon economic class, resources, and social class.

This Medieval Pottage Stew is simply another name for a thick, rich, soup often made by Peasants during the Middle Ages, chock-full of vegetables and grains .

Medieval Pottage Stew

Medieval Recipes: This Medieval Pottage Stew is simply another name for a thick, rich, soup often made by Peasants during the Middle Ages, chock-full of vegetables and grains .

10 delicious 14th century meals that could be eaten now :)vrangtantebrun

10 Delicious 14th Century Meals That We Should Bring Back

Medieval Rabbit (or Chicken) Stew with Herbs and Barley (Libro della cocina bolognese)

Medieval Rabbit (or Chicken) Stew with Herbs and Barley…Recipes from a banquet given on January 1529 by the son of the Duke of Ferrara for his father and various dignitaries. The total guest list numbered Site has complete menu.

medieval beef stew (for me: need to sub the beef for something vegetarian-friendly...).

lostpastremembered: St Patrick, Gold and the best Medieval Beef Stew you ever tasted!

Bukkenade - There are a number of medieval recipes for this dish. This is a version of the more common ones, using beef instead of veal. The result is a pleasantly different and spicy stew, perfect for dunking slices of bread.  If hyssop is unavailable, leave it out. If verjuice is unavailable, use 1/4 cup wine and 1/8 cup lemon juice England, 15th c.

Bukkenade There are a number of medieval recipes for this dish. This is a version of the more common ones, using beef instead of veal. The result is a pleasantly different and spicy stew, perfect for dunking slices of bread.

Medieval Red Wine Peach Tart I am SO gonna try this very soon!!! Just need to substitute a couple things, but other than that....

Medieval Red Wine Peach Tart I am SO gonna try this very soon! Just need to substitute a couple things, but other than that.

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