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Milkmeat
Dairy
Historic

General term for solid foods made from milk, such as cheese, or in Austin 1440, pancakes.


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

Milkemete. Take faire milk and floure, and draue them through a streynour, and set them over the fire, and let them boil awhile; And then take them up, and let them kele awhile. And then take rawe yolkes of eggs and drawe them through a streynour, and caste thereto a little salt, And set it over the fire til it be som-what thik, And let it not fully boil, and stere it rigt well euermore. And put it in a diss al abrode, And serve it fort fore a good potage in one maner; And then take Sugur a good quantite, And caste there-to, and serve it fort.




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