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Found another great resource on medieval cooking, and thought it made sense to link to it here, so anyone looking for such info could find it in this thread.

Gode Cookery, with info on using trenchers, Cooking Oils, Breakfast (which was mostly bread, wine, and/or fish!), and a lot more info that I haven't even located.


Edited to add yet another resource on historical/reenactment cooking:Medieval Cookery. This one has recipes sorted by name, as well as country of origin, ease of cooking, and vegetarian/vegan cooking.
 
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Pix from the Hobbit house. Enjoy.

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