Yep, you read that right. Extra credit. Feeling culinary? Want to try something different? Want to know what it was like to eat like a king in Europe from the 1400s to the 1750s? You know the answer to all of those is yes! If so, try these and give me a short write up about what you did, what it tasted like, anything that was awesome (or gross) and why and I’ll tack a few extra points on a test.
Additional_recipes_wk1 – (FYLETTYS EN GALENTYNE – Pork in Onion Gravy and RYSCHEWYS CLOSE AND FRYEZ – dried fruit with spices in a pastry.)
Recipes_wk2 – (JUMBALLS – Spiced sweetened biscuits (think spice cookies). CAPONS WITH ORANGE – Chicken with Oranges – TART OF PEAS – Pea pie…)
Additional_recipes_wk3 (POTATO TORT – sweet potato pie, Georgian Style PUDDINGS OF SEVERAL COLORS – bread pudding with almonds made different colors)
Victoria_sandwiches_wk5 (VICTORIA SANDWICHES – Sponge cake “fingers” layered with jam)
Additional_recipes_wk4 (ASPARAGUS FORCED IN FRENCH ROLLS – asparagus in custard in a roll…yup… SPRITZEN – Spice muffin cakes)
Barley_soup_wk4 – Exactly what it sounds like.
Tarte_owt_of_Lente_wk1 (TARTE OWT OF LENTE – Cream, Egg, and Cheese pie)
These one is late middle ages, but it’d count:
A pretty much exhaustive list of traditional, authentic (or mostly authentic – AKA “good enough”) recipes that can be used for extra credit as well: Gode Cookery