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"Macedoine Jelly Revisited" from Food History Jottings - Photo of recreations of 1870s maraschino fruit macedoine jellies by British food historian, Ivan Day, made using a mould from the period.

"Macedoine Jelly Revisited" from Food History Jottings - Photo of recreations of 1870s maraschino fruit macedoine jellies by British food historian, Ivan Day, made using a mould from the period.

Tudor cook-along videos - Create genuine 16th century dishes in your own home with these easy to follow cook-along videos, filmed in the Tudor kitchens at Hampton Court Palace.

Tudor cook-along videos - Create genuine 16th century dishes in your own home with these easy to follow cook-along videos, filmed in the Tudor kitchens at Hampton Court Palace.

Pastry Crust: Take a quarter of a Peck of dry'd Flour, rub a Pound of Butter well into it, then put to it half a Pint of Milk, a quarter of a Pint of Brandy, and a Spoonful and half of Ale Yeast; mix these into your Flour, and, if it be not wet enough, add more Milk: break and beat it with a Rolling-pin, but do not knead it; make it very light, and take care it does not curdle, which you may prevent by mingling a little and a little at a time.

Pastry Crust: Take a quarter of a Peck of dry'd Flour, rub a Pound of Butter well into it, then put to it half a Pint of Milk, a quarter of a Pint of Brandy, and a Spoonful and half of Ale Yeast; mix these into your Flour, and, if it be not wet enough, add more Milk: break and beat it with a Rolling-pin, but do not knead it; make it very light, and take care it does not curdle, which you may prevent by mingling a little and a little at a time.

Historic Food: "a wealth of material in this site on food history issues. There are galleries of photographs of historic table settings re-created by Ivan Day. In addition there are extensive pages of recipes and other features you will find on no other website."

Historic Food: "a wealth of material in this site on food history issues. There are galleries of photographs of historic table settings re-created by Ivan Day. In addition there are extensive pages of recipes and other features you will find on no other website."

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