Medieval to Modern: Smoked chickpeas experiment

Have you ever wondered what goes on behind the scenes in developing and creating a modern version of a medieval dish? After all, medieval recipes are very often light on detail, not just in their refusal to give out quantities or proportions of ingredients but also in their timings, and even in their actual methodsContinue reading “Medieval to Modern: Smoked chickpeas experiment”

Premium Content Recipe: Connate (Quince Crème)

This gluten-free recipe is based on a 14th-century dish found in King Richard II’s cookery book (the original recipe is included). A creamy though delicate quince dessert, served with roasted figs and a luscious wine syrup. Instructions on how to make medieval almond milk & an Italian spice mix are also provided.