frumenty


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sweet spiced porridge made from hulled wheat

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Frumenty. Take clean wheat and pound it thoroughly in a mortar [to remove the hulls].
1400 (printed Hieatt and Butler, 39), begin with frumenty (with venison).
People in the weaver's social class would have lived on a diet of bread, pottage - a type of thick soupy stew; frumenty - a type of sweet or savoury porridge; very little meat and salted or preserved sea fish - freshwater fish was the preserve of the rich and the landowning classes
The volume includes some recipes, cooking-related photos, and a glossary of such culinary terms as bannock, frumenty, and samp.
The current pudding evolved from an old Celtic dish called frumenty. The Victorians added silver charms to bring guests luck - or choke them.
Most British puddings descend from two medieval dishes: Cereal Pottage, a kind of porridge with honey, wild fruit and shredded meat; and Frumenty, a porridge made from wheat or barley and eaten with milk and honey on festive occasions.
Spit roasted suckling Pigge with a variety of condiments ( stue of orenges with clove, quinces preserved with cinnamon, pears and saffron, frumenty (cracked wheat), Hodgepodge, petitoes roasted with apples, gourmet sausages, drumsticks, turnep root pudding & mead glazed cerrets
The event, part of Leyburn Food And Drink Festival, will see cooks from Historic Haute Cuisine prepare original historic recipes, including farced chicken, frumenty, Mayday mushrooms and poached pears in spiced syrup.
It originated as a 14th century 'porridge'; called frumenty which was made by boiling beef and mutton with raisins, currants, prunes, wines and spices.
By 1595 frumenty was evolving into plum pudding, having been thickened with eggs, breadcrumbs and dried fruit, and given more flavour thanks to the addition of ale and spirits.
TODAY'S plum pud started life as a 14th Century porridge called frumenty. It was made from boiled beef, mutton, raisins, currants, prunes, wines and spices.
Christmas pudding began life as "frumenty", which was a kind of porridge!
The real Christmas winner however was frumenty - hulled wheat boiled in milk and seasoned with cinnamon, sugar and other spices.