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Raynoll
Meat and Meat Dishes
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A small ball or patty of minced pork and spices, encased in dough and fried (Austin 1440)


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

Raynolle. Nym sode Porke & chese, & seethe y-fere, & caste thereto good powder pepper, cinnamon, ginger, Clowes, Mace, an close thin comade in dow [dough], & fry it in freysshe grease ryt wel; an thanne serve it forth.




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