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A sauce for game, eg. hare, made from the blood of the game with spices and ale, thickened with bread (Austin 1440)

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

Talbottys: Take an Hare, an fle them clean; then take the blode, & bread, an Spycery, an grind y-fere, & draw it up with the broth; than take wine or Ale, an cast thereto, & make gobettys, & thanne serve it forth.

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