I made both of these medieval dishes, the first one for our Dessert Revel and the second for our upcoming Baronial Twelfth Night potluck. Nicely sourced, documented and interpreted, with good photos of the food and an adorable toddler helper for the original blogger, Condal Ingen Oder.
I was thinking, wouldn’t it be fun to have a medieval meal once a month? I didn’t really know where to begin so I just typed “Medieval Recipes” into Google and picked the first thing that popped up. It was a dish called “Blawmanger.” Thank you to www.godecookery.com/goderec/goderec.htm for the translation.
The first thing you have to do is find a cute toddler in a bear hat and cat ears to make bread with you. It doesn’t say it in the directions but it’s pretty important. Once the bread is made, the next step is to follow the recipe on the website for Blawmanger. See below! 🙂
Margaret helping me make bread.
PERIOD: England, 14th century | SOURCE: Utilis Coquinario | CLASS: Authentic
DESCRIPTION: Traditional medieval rice dish
28. Blawmanger. Tak þe two del of rys, þe thridde pert of almoundes; wash clene þe rys in leuk water…
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