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Pokerounce

Breads

Thick toast with spiced honey and pine kernels.


Original Receipt in the 15th Century 'Austin Manuscripts' (Austin 1440)

Pokerounce - Take Hony, & caste it in a potte tyl it wexe chargeaunt y-now; take & skeme it clene. Take Gyngere, Canel, & Galyngale, & caste þer-to; take whyte Brede, & kytte to trenchours, & toste ham; take þin paste whyle it is hot, & sprede it vppe - on þin trenchourys with a spone, & plante it with Pynes, & serue forth.

[Pokerounce - Take honey, cook it in a pot until it is thick. Skim it clean and add ginger, cinnamon and galangal. Take white bread and cut it thick and toast it, take the paste hot and spread it on with a spoon and put pine-kernels on it and serve it.]




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