Foods

By: Hannah Kareen Pruitt

Breakfast

Gehalbrite ayer


This is a boil egg cut in half with the yolk taken out. You than put an uncooked egg in the boiled egg half and dry it in lard or deep fry it.


Ingredients:

egg; hard boiled

Parsley

Egg; raw

butter

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Lunch

a dauce egre


This a sweet and sour fish


boil and fry a tender or fresh haddock in olive oil, than boil sugar vinegar and fish all together


Ingredients:

Haddock

Olive oil

Red wine Vinegar

sugar

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Dinner

Barley Soup


Peel carrot, onion, and turnip. boil in one quart of water. Add barley, and parsley.


what you need:

carrot

onion

turnip

water

barley

parsley

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Beverages

Wine

mead

beer

spirits



People drank wine, mead, and beer because the water was not very clean and it was safer to dink wine, mead, and beer than it was to drink water.

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Dessert

Crispels


thin pieces of pastry cover with saucer and fry in olive oil cover with honey


what you will need

pastry dough

honey

olive oil

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CITATIONS

Matterer, James L. "Medieval Recipe Translations - Crispels." Medieval Recipe Translations - Crispels. Gode Cookery, 4 June 2009. Web. 12 Feb. 2016. <http://www.godecookery.com/mtrans/mtrans38.htm>.





Carr, Karran E. "Barley Soup Recipe." How Do You Make Barley Soup? Quart, 9 May 2012. Web. 12 Feb. 2016. <http://quatr.us/food/doing/barleysoup.htm>.





Castle, Life In a. "Life In A Medieval Castle Medieval Drinks." Castle Life. Facebook, 5 Aug. 2010. Web. 12 Feb. 2016. <http://www.castlesandmanorhouses.com/life_05_drink.htm>.