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Drink-Meat
Drinks

(or Drinkmeat)

Boiled ale thickened with oatmeal and bread, known from 'A Dictionary of obsolete and provincial English' by Thomas Wright (Wright 1857)

Described in 'Salopia antiqua' by Charles Henry Hartshorne (1841) as "Drinkmeat: boiled ale thickened with oatmeal and bread generally administered to a person suffering form a cold. A comfortable kind of caudle both meat and drink, yet strictly speaking neither one nor the other."

See also:
Almond Caudle
Caudel or Caudle
Caudle Chicken Pie
Drink-Meat
Flummery
Flummery Caudle
Pap


For other species of spicebeer, see:
Ale Gruel
Aleberry
Bragget
Caudel or Caudle
Drink-Meat
Egg Flip
Egg Hot
Koorow
Lamb's Wool, or Lamasool
Mulled Ale
Posset
Treacle Posset



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