This medieval custard pudding is thickened with flour and eggs and can be thickened and sweetened to taste.
This lovely 14th-century English cherry pudding (Chireseye) is delicious and easy to make.
When I heard about a book written about the history of English baking I just had to add it to my library.
A decorated 14th-century mincemeat pie with pork, cheese and spices.
Tourteletes en Fryture is a medieval English recipe that would make a perfect dessert for your next Christmas party.
This 15th-century ginger and honey confection is deliciously spicy and only takes about 25 minutes to make!
While preparing the menu for my upcoming Easter-themed medieval cookery class, I came across a great dish that fits all of the criteria: simple, relatively fast and uses hard-cooked eggs. Easter follows the Catholic tradition of observing Lent, a six-week period of religious devotion and observance that includes fasting and abstinence from certain types of…
Cryppys, often called crisps, are another type of fried honey-flavored treat from 14th-century England.
Apple Muse was an extremely popular medieval dessert, likely enjoyed in some form at every level of society due to the availability of the three core ingredients. There are many versions of this recipe found in a variety of manuscripts but often under different names: Appylmoes, apulmos, appillinose, etc. All versions I’ve found call for apples,…