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Video of Dr Christopher Monk making ‘blaunche poudour’ (‘white powder’) based on a 14th-century recipe. You can view this video today by becoming a Yever subscriber today.

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Fully tested recipe for Peerus in Confyt (Pears in Syrup), based on the fourteenth-century recipe from Richard II’s cookery book, Forme of Cury. Also contains the edited text and translation of the original medieval recipe and historical notes. Read more of this content when you become a Yever subscriber today.

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Video of Dr Christopher Monk reading the Middle English recipe Capouns in Councy (Capons in quince sauce) from King Richard II’s cookery book, Forme of Cury (c.1390), along with his modern English translation. View the video by becoming a Yever subscriber today.

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Full, tested recipe for Chicken with “Quinces” (Capouns in Councy), based on the fourteenth-century recipe from Richard II’s cookery book, Forme of Cury. Also contains the edited text and translation of the original medieval recipe. Read more of this content when you become a Yever subscriber today.

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