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Colonial Williamsburg

The Official Website of Colonial Williamsburg: Explore the historical shops, homes and gardens of an early American community returned to its 18th-century appearance capturing the United States’ colonial period.

This recipe is from one of my favourite books The Art of Cooking, The First Modern Cookery Book and it is based on Maestro Martino of Como’s book Libro de Arte Coquinaria Martino is… Old Recipes, Lemon Recipes, Vintage Recipes, Cooking Recipes, Cooking Bacon, Apple Recipes, Medieval Recipes, Ancient Recipes, Food N

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This recipe is from one of my favourite books The Art of Cooking, The First Modern Cookery Book and it is based on Maestro Martino of Como's book Libro de Arte Coquinaria (c.1465). Martino is titled to be the most important cook of 15th century. There aren't much knowledge about Martino's life and the first…

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Tudor Cheese Tart

Wondering what to bake for GBBO's Tudor Week? Why not give this simple but delicious cheese tart a go!

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Old English Posh Picnic Raised Chicken and Ham Pie Recipe - Food.com

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I will not pretend that this pie is easy or quick to make, however, if you want to impress your friends or family with a sensational posh English raised pie then this is the recipe for you! Tender chunks of chicken with pork sausage meat and ham are encased in crisp hot water crust pastry, liberally seasoned with spices and herbs; this pie makes a simply stunning centrepiece for any Glyndebourne style picnic event or for a special celebratory cold buffet, such as weddings, christenings or…

Pão de Ló – A Historical Cake from the Century Recipe on Portuguese Desserts, Portuguese Recipes, Portuguese Food, Sweet Recipes, Cake Recipes, Dessert Recipes, Gourmet Desserts, Plated Desserts, Angel Food

Pão de Ló – A Historical Cake from the 15th Century Recipe on Food52

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Maybe the best known cake in Portugal, this cake dates back to the 15th Century. It was made in Nunneries and, as with all Portuguese cakes, was very rich in eggs. The recipe of Pão de Ló was taken to Japan in the XVI th Century by the first Portuguese sailors. Because at the time it was also called Pão de Castela , the Japanese adopted the recipe and call it Kasutera, one of the most typical cakes in Japan. It is similar to the sponge cake but from the fact that it was traditionally baked…

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Old Stuff: Three Types of Bread

Here's some more documentation from my year of epic projects back in 2008. (This was the year that I went out for Kingdom A&S, so these all ...

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Μια ανθρωπολογική προσέγγιση σε αρχαίες μαγειρικές τεχνικές - Αρχαιολογία Online

Μπορούν οι μελετητές του προϊστορικού Αιγαίου να χρησιμοποιήσουν μεθόδους της πειραματικής αρχαιολογίας και ανθρωπολογίας για να κατανοήσουν τον τρόπο ζωής και τις δραστηριότητες των αρχαίων;

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Recreating 13th and 14th Century English Pastry, Part 6: Recipes and Notes

Author's note: This is part of a series of posts containing my documentation from my entry in An Tir's Kingdom Arts and Sciences and Bard...

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Things you’ve always wanted to know about medieval cooking…

By Ramona Venema Ramona is a research masters student from the University of Groningen, and currently working as an intern in the Turning Over a New Leaf project. Her interests include baking and she maintains her own cookery blog. We have already seen what a medieval cook could whip up in a previous post. Being…

The ancient Mycenaeans inspired Homer's "Odyssey" and "Iliad," and perhaps Greek cooking, too. More than years ago, they used portable grill pits and non-stick pans to make souvlaki and bread, new cooking experiments suggest. Bbq Island, Mycenaean, Minoan, Portable Grill, New Cooking, Greek Cooking, Cooking Bread, Cooking Rice, Cooking Bacon

Ancient Greeks Used Portable Grills at Their Picnics

The ancient Mycenaeans inspired Homer's "Odyssey" and "Iliad," and perhaps Greek cooking, too. More than 3,000 years ago, they used portable grill pits and non-stick pans to make souvlaki and bread, new cooking experiments suggest.

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